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Student Success & Advising
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Student Success & Advising

How do I set myself up for success? Which courses do I need for my degree? What is an elective? What supports are available to me? When should I talk to my academic advisor? You’ll find the answers to these and other key questions and much more – all in one place! 


Please connect with us for: 

  • Academic skills development
  • Course selection and enrollment 
  • Program and plan requirements 
  • Academic difficulties 
  • Petitions  
  • Degree Audit and Graduation  
  • Declaring a Major or Minor 
  • Academic records 
  • Academic standing 
  • Future Planning 
  • Leadership and campus involvement  
  • Connecting with campus resources 

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Britt Scowen  

First-Year Co-Registered Students 

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John Arnou (he/him/they/them) 

Upper-Year Co-Registered Students and SMF (Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies) Students 

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Your Courses
Course Mechanics 101: How and when to select your courses, check out your schedule, and make changes, plus tips to help you with the process and need-to-know details for your first year.

Your Support
Questions about your studies? Tap into personal care from your Academic Advisor, maximize your potential through academic coaching, find out which campus resources match your needs, and visit the SJU Peer Academic Leaders for success coaching and resource referrals from your peers.

Your Degree
What you need to know about qualifying for those all-important letters after your name:  your instruction guide, a.k.a. the Undergraduate Calendar; an overview of degree requirements; and translations for the terminology you’ll encounter