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

Summer is coming soon, 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.

Everything you need to know about placement testing and learning modules for placement

Orientation will be here soon! Before you come to campus, the CSE Academic Advising team wants to remind you to have your placement exams and learning modules for placement completed. We've provided answers to the most commonly asked questions about these items here. 

What Brand of Computer Should You Bring to the U?

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

The basics on student records and privacy

It's common for your communities of care 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.

Inter-college transfer helpful information

Welcome to CSE, new inter-college transfer students! Although you have been at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities campus for at least a semester, we know there are things in CSE that are different from the college you are transferring from, and want to provide you with helpful information to make your transition as smooth as possible.

What should I do if a course 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.

Who removes my advising hold?

Registration is upon us! You might have noticed a hold 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.