The Department of Communication Arts recognizes the importance of advising in helping students to make appropriate progression toward graduation. Self-advising, withdrawing, dropping, or failing a course can delay your graduation.
To graduate in a timely manner, you need to meet with your advisor on a regular basis and review any changes in your schedule. You should also keep your own records and come prepared to advising sessions as you are ultimately responsible for your academic progress.
To ensure the accuracy of your advising and outline what remains in your degree program, you should file for graduation during the second semester of your Junior year.
The following documents are intended to assist you in preparing for advising meetings and in tracking your progress.
- Advising Responsibilities
- Theatre Program Checklist
- Theater Minor Checklist
- Two-year Course Rotation
- Theatre Courses
- Musical Theatre Track Program Summary
- Performance Track Program Summary
- Production Track Program Summary
- Elective Studies in Theatre Management Program Summary
- Scholarship and/or Admission Application
- Overload Request
- Register for more than 19 hours
- Late Registration
- Late Registration Appeal
- Grade Appeal
- Request for Incomplete
- FERPA Form
- Application for Graduation
- Change major or minor, declare minor etc.
- Change of Address
- Sample Directed Study
- Directed Study