Students are ultimately responsible for fulfilling all the requirements of the curriculum in which they are enrolled.
Students share responsibility for a successful university experience and are expected to contribute to effective advising sessions by:
- Participating in orientation programs, providing standardized test scores, as required by Kansas Board of Regents policy, and providing an academic history that aids in course selection decisions.
- Working with an advisor to develop and implement both short- and long-term educational and career goals.
- Knowing academic policies and procedures, academic calendar deadlines, and degree or program requirements.
- Consulting with an advisor when necessary and following through on recommendations.
- Scheduling and keeping appointments with an advisor. Coming prepared for appointments by bringing appropriate materials, identifying course choices from requirements of the preferred program or major, and identifying questions to address.
- Informing an academic advisor of any special needs, deficiencies, or barriers that might affect academic success.
- Remaining informed of progress in meeting academic requirements, carefully maintaining academic records, and seeking assistance to resolve any errors or questions.