Welcome Week is Almost Here!

Get that CSE t-shirt ready for convocation, because you’re in for an exciting time! The College of Science and Engineering is thrilled to welcome the class of 2022 and new-to-the-U transfer students to campus. We recognize that there is going to be a lot of information to absorb this week, so we thought we would give you a few tips ahead of time to help you feel ready.

The basics on student records and privacy

It's common for your communities of support to be curious about how you’re doing in college. After all, they are your biggest cheerleaders, and they can be extremely helpful as you transition to the University. Some of you may feel comfortable sharing detailed information about how you’re doing academically, while others may not. It’s a very individual decision, and you’re in the driver’s seat.

Mac or PC: Which Computer Should You Bring to the U?

Questions about what technology you should purchase for school? We've got the answers!

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

Summer is here, and we're 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. 

Important info to know before repeating courses

Spring grades have posted! If you earned any grade lower than a C- in a course, adjustments might need to be made to your summer and/or fall semester schedule. Find out what steps you need to take to repeat a course.

What should I do if my course(s) is full?

You've built your schedule and you're ready to go! You click to submit your registration, and you get the dreaded error message that a section you want is full. Don't panic! Sometimes it happens, and we have some tips to help you manage it.

Future Gophers: Orientation tips and reminders

Welcome, CSE Class of 2022 and transfer students! Orientation is an exciting part of your transition to college. You'll meet other new students, learn about the University of Minnesota, and select the courses you will take fall semester. The CSE Academic Advising team has provided some tips to help you be prepared for and make the most of your orientation experience.