For effective advising, be familiar with the department's Policy on Student Advising which includes everything Communication students need to know about advising.
Want to graduate "on time"? Don't self-medicate. Meeting regularly with your advisor should keep you on track. It helps you spot deficiencies early enough so they don't become big problems. It's no fun to apply for graduation and then learn you need summer or another semester to meet graduation requirements.
Need a PIN? It's available only after you are advised.
Need support for a petition to Academic Appeals? You'll have to show a record of consistent advising, because petitions are not likely to be approved if you are not meeting regularly with your advisor.
Prior to the registration window, review the Advising Policy and make an appointment to meet with your adviser (every student has one). Banner lists your advisor's name.
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