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Students are required to meet with their academic advisor every term to discuss upcoming courses and receive their PIN. PINs can not be issued without an advising meeting sometime during that term. It is required by the College of Engineering that you fill out at least 3 future terms in your MyDegrees planner prior to having an advising session and receiving your PIN. For more infomartion on how to use your MyDegrees planner, please watch the tutorial provided by the Office of the Registrar. Also helpful is the tutorial on Scheduler.
If you need to drop off a form and Rachel is not in the office, please put it in the mailbox on her door.
|20-minute appointment||Walk-in advising|
- Registration and PIN
- Change of Major
- Transfer Advising
- Pro-school or Graduation Audit
- No PIN distribution
- Quick questions
- Form drop off or sign
If you arrive to a scheduled advising appointment 5 minutes or more late, you may be asked to reschedule. If you arrive 10 minutes or more late, you must reschedule.
No penalty for the first time you do not come to a scheduled appointment. If you no show on a 2nd appointment or more, you will not receive your PIN for registration until the final day of Phase I registration. If you schedule an appointment and need to cancel, please contact your advisor.
For a list of resources (academic and other) available to Ecological Engineering students, please visit our Student Resources webpage.
Engineering is an increasingly global profession. An international experience can provide you with necessary skills to work effectively with people from around the world and give you the opportunity to gain an international perspective of engineering. For more information on studying abroad, please visit the College of Engineering's International Programs page. *If you participate in study abroad, please let us know and we will add your picture to our map on the 1st floor of Gilmore.
Please visit the BEE Careers and Internships webpage for information specific to ecological engineering.
For additional resources, visit the OSU Career Development Center.