E-advising is for declared majors, and is intended to expedite semi-annual mandatory advising sessions.
E-advising is for students who are familiar with reading their degree audits, remaining requirements, and have met with their advisor at least once before. If you have never been advised by your academic advisor, you must meet with her before accessing e-advising.
Here’s what you need before beginning your e-advising session:
- Know your WSU ID number.
- Your degree audit/advisement report.
Once you’ve submitted your intended schedule, your advisor will review your remaining degree requirements. She will assess whether the courses you have chosen are appropriate for your degree and major. In a couple of days you will receive a reply email from your advisor with any further instructions, requests, clarifications, comments or questions.
If your course choices are OK, your advisor will release your advising hold so that you may register for classes.
Your e-advising submission does not constitute registration for classes. You are still responsible for registering for classes via your Zzusis account. Be aware that you may be asked by your advisor to schedule an appointment if necessary.
Attention Engineering students:Please contact the following person to discuss spring semester 2015 courses and other assistance:
- Computer Science: Dr. Bob Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org, West 134 D
- Civil Engineering: Dr. Joseph Iannelli, email@example.com, West 134 A
- Electrical Engineering: Dr. Scott Hudson, firstname.lastname@example.org, West 134 B
- Mechanical Engineering: Dr. Changki Mo, email@example.com, West 134 J
- Does: help you to understand the requirements and helps you devise a plan of study.
- Doesn’t: tell you what to do. She only makes suggestions.
In the end you are responsible for completing the requirements according to WSU policies so that you graduate.