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Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Advising Procedures

You are welcome and encouraged to meet with your advisor at any time throughout the semester.

To enroll, you will have an Advisor Hold placed on your KSIS account and cannot enroll until you meet with your advisor to discuss your upcoming semester. Advising occurs in October for the spring semester and March for the fall semester.

Who is my adviser?
If you are unsure of your assigned advisor, login to KSIS and select "Student Service Center." Your advisor is listed on the right side. If you are not assigned to an advisor, email Mitzi or Crystal.

Schedule an appointment

Advising Appointment (Mitzi)
Advising Appointment (Crystal)
Advising Appointment Juniors/Seniors

Prepare for your appointment

  1. Prior to your advising session, complete the MNE Enrollment Worksheet (pdf).  Use the online course schedule (dates/times for courses), the course catalog (pre-requisites, basic course details, and rotation info), flowchart, and DARS report to complete the form.
    Helpful handouts and resources can be found on the right side of this webpage.
  2. Review your current flowchartDARS report, and if applicable your Transfer Credit Report.
  3. Email your completed MNE Enrollment Worksheet to your advisor prior to your appointment.
  4. If using Zoom, download the client (if you haven't done so already) and check to make sure everything is working prior to your appointment.
  5. Be on time and bring any questions with you to your appointment.

You should know that delaying in setting up or not attending an advising session early on will likely mean that you cannot enroll at your designated time.

Students are assigned an enrollment time based on their total completed and transfer hours. In your KSIS "Student Center", you can see the date and time of your enrollment availability, located on right-hand side of the page under "Enrollment Dates". Enrollment can be completed via KSIS after you have cleared all holds, including meeting with your adviser to drop your Advisor Hold. Enrollment FAQs.

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