Continuing Academic Planning
Academic planning and scheduling is an ongoing process. Students with with advisors and other campus resources to craft academic plans that result in not only degree completion, but also career or graduate school preparation. Students can be proactive in this process by regularly reviewing their Degree Works, scheduling ongoing meetings with their advisors, and selecting a major early in their degree progress.
- Becoming familiar with requirements for the program of record. Students must use up-to-date information. Advisement Documents (Degree Works) are available to students on-line through myOneonta.
- Maintaining a record of the progress made toward the completion of degree and program requirements.
- Initiating conferences with advisors to discuss academic matters. The Academic Advisement Center keeps advisors informed of academic program requirements and changes.
- Initiating and following through with the specified procedures for changes in schedule or program. And, if necessary, gaining credit through some means other than the completion of regularly-scheduled courses at the College.
Academic advisors are not able to offer advice regarding financial aid. Students should consult with the Financial Aid Office for this type of information.