Future Gophers! Orientation tips and reminders

The class of 2021 is coming! Orientation is a very exciting part of your transition to college. You'll meet other new students, learn about the University of Minnesota, and select the courses you wish to take fall semester. The CSE Academic Advising team has provided some tips for you to keep in mind before and during orientation.

8 things to know about taking summer courses

Thinking about taking summer courses? Summer term can be a great way to stay in the academic mindset, get ahead, catch up, or study subjects you don't have time to explore during the regular academic year. However there are also some important things you should keep in mind prior to taking the plunge.

AP and IB scores - What do I need to know before Orientation?

It may still be cold outside, but we're already thinking about Orientation! If you have taken (or plan on taking) AP or IB exams to earn credit toward degree requirements, there are some important things to keep in mind. Your CSE Academic Advising team has all the information you need to know.

Wait! Who removes my advising hold?

Registration is upon us! You might have noticed that a hold was recently placed on your record. It's important to know what type of hold you have, as well as the steps you need to take to have it removed.

How to connect with professors

As a student, you should make an effort to talk with your professors - whether you need academic help or just want to build connections. To help you out, the CSE Academic Advising team has put together a few tips for connecting with professors.

Graduating? Better check that APAS!

Graduation is coming up for many of you, which means now is the time to review your APAS report. Your CSE Academic Advising team has compiled a list of some of the most common reasons degrees don't get cleared and the steps you can take to address these issues.

Navigating academic probation

Learning you've been placed on academic probation can feel overwhelming and even a bit scary. That's why CSE academic advisors are here to help navigate the process. Find out what you need to do to evaluate your situation and take action to get back on track.