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It is not unusual for undergraduates to change their major. If your student indicates that she or he is thinking about a change in major, here are a few things to consider.
Here in the LAS Student Academic Affairs office, we sometimes hear from parents who want to talk with us about how their son or daughter is doing in school. When we receive one of these calls, it’s an opportunity for our advisers to explain the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, or FERPA.
Our advisers see lots of activity both online and in the LAS Student Academic Affairs office as our continuing students register. Choosing which course to take can be difficult: Last year, in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences alone, there were more than 3,200 separate course sections offered.
Academic advisers can help students in a variety of ways. These tips are designed to help your student work most effectively with her or his adviser.
Many undergraduate students see summer courses as an integral part of their overall degree plan. They can choose from hundreds of courses Illinois offers both on campus and online.
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