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Additional Student Resources

Additional Student Resources

First generation students are the first in their household to attend college. All first generation students are advised by their major or program advisor and receive additional assistance from faculty, staff, and students through the First Generation Warhawk program.

A transfer student is someone who enrolls in a university or school after having previously been enrolled at a different university or school. Upon enrollment, all transfer students are advised by their major or program advisor.

A pre-professional student is someone who plans to pursue education beyond undergraduate studies to become a healthcare, legal, or other specialized professional.

Pre-professional concentrations, such as pre-med, pre-pharmacy, or pre-law, are used by the university to help you complete the pre-requisite courses you need to achieve your academic goals. Pre-professional students have the option to choose a concentration, but they must declare a major, such as Biology, Chemistry, or Political Science in order to earn a degree.

All pre-professional students are advised by their major or program advisor and receive focused assistance from the Pre-Professional Support Team.

Military affiliated students are those who enroll and meet one of the following criteria:

  • Currently on active duty within the United States armed forces
  • Currently serving within the National Guard or Reserve Forces
  • A spouse or child of a service member on active duty, National Guard, or Reserves
  • A Veteran of active duty service, National Guard or Reserves
  • A spouse or child of a Veteran

All students with a military affiliation are advised by their major or program advisor and receive focused assistance from the Veteran & Military Resource Center (VMRC).

A student-athlete is any student enrolled at an educational institution who participates in an organized competitive sport sponsored by that educational institution.

All student-athletes are advised by their major or program advisor and receive dedicated academic success coaching through the Office of Central Advising.

An international student is someone who is enrolled at an institution of higher education in the United States and is not a U.S. citizen, immigrant (permanent resident), or refugee. International students may hold student visas (F), exchange visitor visas (J), or vocational training visas (M).

All fully admitted international students are advised by their major or program advisor. International students who qualify for the International Pathway program are advised by their major or program advisor in partnership with the English as a Second Language program.

All international students receive focused assistance from the Office of Global Initiatives.

Honors students are those who apply and are accepted to the University Honors Program and remain in good standing by maintaining a 3.4 GPA or better and fulfill the service requirements.

Honor students are advised by their major advisor on requirements for their majors and by Honors faculty or staff on fulfilling Honors requirements.

Honors students receive focused assistance from faculty and staff of the University Honors Program

Students who provide current documentation from a qualified provider may qualify for academic or program accommodations. Students who receive accommodations are advised by their major or program advisor and receive specialized support through the Center for Disability Services.

Have questions about academic advising? Trouble locating your advisor?

Email [email protected] for assistance!

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