These seven steps will help make your enrollment as smooth as possible.
1) Find your enrollment date
You can view your enrollment date in KSIS on your Student Center.
2) Find out who your advisor is
Your advisor's name is located in KSIS on your Student Center. If you do not have an advisor assigned to you, contact the dean's office in 119 Justin Hall.
3) Sign up for an enrollment advising appointment
Once you know who your advisor is (see step 2 above), make contact with them about setting an advising appointment near your enrollment date.
4) Review your degree requirements
Keeping track of what you have already completed and what still needs to be done is the easiest way to help identify the classes you should take each semester. To aid you in tracking your progress, refer to the curriculum guide you received when you first entered the College of Human Ecology. If you cannot locate this form, you may either obtain a copy from your advisor or pull up your DARS report.
5) Choose the classes you want to take
Once you have updated your curriculum guide and know what requirements you still have remaining to complete, you can start to identify the classes you want to take for the next semester.
- See the K-State course schedule for various class offerings.
- Lay out your classes on a time management scheduling sheet (doc) so you don't double book yourself. Remember that some courses have several parts: lecture, lab, recitation, and/or quiz, so be sure to copy all the reference numbers and place them on your scheduling sheet.
6) Bring your schedule(s) to your advising appointment for review
Your advisor will review your schedule and remove your advising hold during this period. If you have questions about other academic or career matters, you can discuss them with your advisor at this time or set up an additional advising appointment.
7) Enroll in your classes on your enrollment date
As your actual enrollment date approaches, check your approved schedule to see if all of your courses and times are still available. If not, make the appropriate adjustments. Allow enough time to meet with your advisor again or obtain permissions, if required.