Tag: advisement

Scheduling

Scheduling

Alexis Marchitte—Well folks, it's that time of year again, registration for the next semester. If you know me, then you know that I have a strict four-year plan that I tweak here and there every single time registration comes around. The future scares me a little, but it calms my nerves when I sit down … Continue reading Scheduling

The Myths of Brockport’s Nursing Program

The Myths of Brockport’s Nursing Program

Missy Fischer—Hi, everyone! So I’m back to continue my posts regarding how I chose my major and what it’s taken for me to get where I am now in the program here at The College at Brockport. Just to recap, I left off my last post with letting you all know how I chose to … Continue reading The Myths of Brockport’s Nursing Program

Double Majors and Minors: The Best of Both Worlds

Double Majors and Minors: The Best of Both Worlds

Spencer Linsner—Next Monday at 6 am, the first wave of Brockport seniors (and those of us in Honors as well, but I'll go into that in another blog) will begin registering for courses for the Fall 2014 semester. As Elaina mentioned in her most recent entry, meeting up with your advisor is crucial for making … Continue reading Double Majors and Minors: The Best of Both Worlds

Course advisement: in control and ready to roll

Course advisement: in control and ready to roll

Elaina Mancuso—So long are the days of finding out who is in 7th period lunch or who is in homeroom with you. A great thing about college is being able to make your own schedule. No class on Friday? Sure, you can arrange for that. First class of the day at 1pm? Why not? You … Continue reading Course advisement: in control and ready to roll