2010 Summer and Fall Advising and Advance Registration

March 6, 2010

Dear Students,

Sign-up for advising begins Monday, March 8 and continues through Friday, March 11.  Spring Break is March 15-19 and then advising sessions will be held March 22-26.

Please be aware of these important details and actions that you need to take:
You can find the name of your advisor for the upcoming March sessions by going to my.tcu.edu and selecting “Student Center.  Several options become available and you will need to select the Student Center folder.  Once that page loads, you should be able to view your advisor’s name listed in a blue box in the lower section of your screen.
You should not assume you have the same advisor you had last term.  Although we try to make assignments based on permanent advisor requests and previous advisor history, due to faculty leaves and advising overloads, this is not always possible.
You must sign-up for a specific day/time for your advising session by adding your name to the schedule on your advisor’s office door.  Sign-up sheets for appointment times will be posted on advisors’ office doors throughout advising week, beginning Monday, March 8.
Final responsibility for choice of academic program and for successful completion of all program requirements rests with the student and not the adviser.
Student Accounts – In order to advance register, three-fourths of your account must be current.  This includes Brite student housing rent, tuition, fees, and any miscellaneous charges that have been billed.

If your account is not current, or if you have any questions, please contact Ms. Wendy Crowley, Director of Student Accounts, in Sadler Hall, room 104 (or call 817/257-7836).

If your account is not current when Advance Registration begins March 22, 2010, my.tcu.edu will automatically block your advance registration.  You may find classes full if you register at a later time.
Students on probation (below 2.50 GPA) should not register for courses taught by adjunct professors or for Independent Study Courses.

Please carefully review the attached Academic Probation and Dismissal document.

Also check the summer course schedule

Brite Student Association