Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Step 1: Make a plan of your own.
Step 2: See your assigned advisor and check your plan with them.
Step 3: If you still need advice, email your plan to the Chief Advisor.
Step 4: If that seems unsatisfactory, make an appointment to see the Chief Advisor.
Step 1: Visit the site above to see a recent grad check.
Step 2: Make a plan of your own.
Step 3: If you are unsure you may email your plan to the Chief Advisor for verification.
Step 1: Speak with your assigned advisor.
Step 2: If you want more help, see the Chief Advisor.
See the Chief Advisor.
Step 1: Make sure your transcript has been sent to the Records office.
Step 2: Wait at least one month for the record to be entered.
Step 3: Check your online grad check.
Step 4: If unsure, send an email to the Chief Advisor.
The Undergraduate Programs Office is where you find Academic Advisors for any undergraduate student matters or to "see a dean"
Engineering Tutoring Center (CARE)
enhances the learning experience for all undergraduate engineering students through academic support, enhancing collaborative learning opportunities, and providing positive influence through peer mentoring.
Key student, research, business, and administrative systems used throughout the University of Illinois System