All students in Art & Design are required to meet with an advisor prior to registration each semester. A registration hold will be placed on student accounts until advising has been accomplished. This is to help ensure that all students understand the requirements to graduate and have quality time to get their questions answered. Please frequently check your NKU email account for advising information. After your first successful year at the university you will receive a faculty mentor advisor specific to your area of interest in visual arts.
Schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor through the Student Success Collaborative SSC system.
Update your major, minor, and general education Degree Checklists
A checklist is a list of required courses for a specific area of study.
Students should use the checklist for their catalog year.You can find your catalog year on myNKU under My Records > Degree Requirements Catalog.
Academic advising is an educational process that by intention and design, facilitates students’ understanding of the meaning and purpose of higher education and fosters their intellectual and personal development towards academic success and lifelong learning.
Office Hours Fall: Monday and Wednesday 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
By appointment Office: Fine Arts Center 312 (859) 572-5648
As an advisee in the Art & Design Program, you have the ultimate responsibility in the advising process and the results of that process. Your responsibilities include:
In Art & Design you can expect your advisor to:
It is your responsibility to get the most out of your advising appointments. You can do this by preparing ahead of time for your meetings and coming to your advisor’s office on time.
Students majoring in the Art & Design Program are required to meet with their advisor(s) each semester prior to registration.
Art & Design regards advising as an evolving process in which advisor and student must work together to address concerns and answer questions. Advising involves much more than informing the student as to what courses to take. It inherently includes: