The pre-registration schedule building period occurs once per semester and the official dates are listed on the academic calendar. During this designated period, students prepare for registration by creating a "wishlist" of courses they plan to take in the upcoming semester.
During pre-registration schedule building, students will likely want to meet with you to confirm that their course choices are the upcoming semester are accurate. Here are some ways you can determine their course needs:
REVIEW CURRICULUM MATERIALS:
DETERMINE APPROPRIATE COURSES:
When students meet with an advisor for registration and course selection, they often want to plan for more than just the next semester schedule.
If your advisee has questions about their graduation timeline or future semesters, suggest that they draft a multi-year plan. You can work with them to outline future course plans or refer them to the UAAC for multi-year academic planning.
All multi-year plans are a work in progress, but they help students think ahead, plan for study abroad semesters, internships, or other co-curricular opportunities, while still remaining on track for graduation.
Searching for Courses in MySuffolk
The Registrar’s Office provides detailed instructions and videos on how to search for courses in MySuffolk. Use the "Faculty" tab in your MySuffolk account to access your advisee lists.