If there is room available the professor teaching the course can give students special permission numbers the first day of class.
students earning most FAS degrees are expected to complete a spoken foreign language course at the 102 level or higher in order to graduate. Students continuing in the same language they studied in high school are expected to build on prior knowledge. For example, individuals with 2 years of Spanish should begin with Elementary Spanish … Continue reading Do I need to take a foreign language to graduate?…
see the Senior webpage General and major requirements must be completed 120 credits are required and a GPA of 2.0.
transfer evaluations are done when students are accepted. Courses from other colleges are given Rutgers equivalents. Grades from prior colleges are not transferred in, only course credits. A maximum of 60 credits are accepted from 2 year colleges. There is no limit of the number of credits accepted from a four-year college, but students are … Continue reading How are courses transferred from another college?…
Go to the Registrar’s Office (Armitage Hall, 1st floor) and have major/minor codes entered into your record.
the advisor with whom you worked with on your Orientation day would be your advisor until you declare a major. when you have a major go to the academic department and you will be given a faculty mentor.
come with a list of questions bring Degree Navigator Short Report review online schedule “What is Expected of Advisees?” (pdf)
For questions regarding academic issues that require substantial discussion like course selection, choosing a major, general/major requirements, Degree Navigator, personal problems that affect academic performance.