As an NKU student, you are required to meet with your advisor every semester. This helps ensure that you're on track to meet your graduation goals.
As an English major, your advisor will be Mike Ruwe. Mike can be reached by phone at (859) 572-1394 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Your academic calendar year is the year you started in the program. You can find your academic calendar year in the "Degree Requirement Catalog" section of your MyNKU account, under the "My Records" tab.
Check out the registrar's table of registration windows and registration window calculator. It's based on how many credit hours you have!
Consult these handy guides:
Or check the University Catalog.
Right. All NKU students are required to meet with their advisor before they register for classes. If you haven't done this yet, go ahead and place the classes you're interested in taking into your registration cart and e-mail your advisor to make an appointment.
If you have a hold that isn't an advising hold, go to this page to see who to contact about the hold.
As an English major, your advisor is Mike Ruwe (email@example.com | 859-572-1394).
Contact Mike Ruwe, our English major advisor.
Have a general question that you don't think you need a whole advising appointment for? Just give the main office a call at (859) 572-5416.
No big deal. For classes, you can add and drop them with no penalty for the first week of school. After that, there's a schedule that determines how much you'll have to pay for the class, if it will appear on your transcript, and what grade you will receive. You can see that schedule here.
If you want to change majors, you can do that through myNKU. However, you'll need to meet with an advisor from your original department and from the department you'd like to switch into before your request to change majors will be approved.
Great! Have you also:
If so, you're ready to graduate.
Yeah! Check out your degree audit in myNKU. That will check for all the basic requirements, as well as your major and minor requirements. The only thing it can't do is automatically grab substitution courses, like transfers from other institutions or Independent Study courses that you're counting a certain way. Your advisor or department chair can help you double check for issues like that.
You must apply for graduation through MyNKU. Then fill out a certification form, schedule a meeting with the department chair, and bring the completed form. Generally, this process must be completed the semester before you plan to graduate. You can find more information, including deadlines and procedures, on the Registrar's webpage.
Our department chair is John Alberti, who you can contact by phone at 859-572-5619, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bye! We'll miss you!
Unless, of course, you'd like a graduate degree...