Class Scheduling Helpful Hints and Tips
- Class Scheduling Helpful Hints and Tips
It is important for you to attend all of your classes, even those at 8:00am.
If you are not satisfied with your advisor, ask your friends with the same major about their advisor. If you find an individual you think you would like, submit the form to change your advisor.
Be sure to check your University email account regularly. Official University communications and alerts will be sent to your Live@Edu account. Note: Faculty and Administrators use Live@Edu email address to communicate to students. By not checking this account, you will be missing important information.
To use S.C.O.T.S., you will need to log into your "My Edinboro" portal via the home page. You will need to know your User ID and Password.
Make an effort to get to know your advisor. He or she is the best source for academic information; your friend may not have reliable information.
Be aware of action dates for the last date to:
-Add a course
-Drop a course
-Withdraw from a course
-The last date to withdraw from all courses and receive a refund
It would be a good idea to save your alternate PIN somewhere safe so you don't lose it. Try saving your alternate PIN in your cell phone.
It would be wise to do research on the professor to see if their style of teaching fits with your learning needs.
When scheduling classes, be aware of their location. It might be difficult to go from McComb to Doucette in 10 minutes. Also, make sure you are aware of the campuscode. You do not want to schedule a class in Meadville or Erie when you do not have transportation to get there.
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