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Academic Advising Center

Important Dates

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Fall 2017 Calendar Highlights

Course Open Enrollment: July 17 - August 27

First Day of Classes:
August 28

Add/Drop Courses (Regular Session):
August 28 - September 1

 

Visit the Registrar's calendar highlights for more*

*Calendar dates are subject to change by the University's registrar. Be certain to check their website for the most up-to-date information. 

Classes Begin August 28th

Want to swap one of your courses? The add/drop period ends September 1st.
Remember, SWAP, DON'T DROP!

How to “Swap” Courses

  1. Navigate to GullNet by visiting the Salisbury University homepage and selecting GullNet at the top of the page. Click the “Log in to GullNet” option on the left side menu and log in with your username and password.
  2. After logging in to GullNet, click the “Student” tab.
  3. On the left, navigate to the “Registration/Enrollment” Box and select “Enrollment: Swap Classes”
  4. Follow the on-screen directions to search for classes and swap with currently enrolled courses

Contact your Academic Advisor prior to making any major changes to your courses.

You can also find a video from the Registrar on how to swap courses here.

Advising Center Overview

The Academic Advising Center at Salisbury University is dedicated to providing students with assistance in achieving their academic goals. All first semester full-time students are assigned a professional academic advisor to assist them through their first year.

Once a student transitions to their sophomore year, they will be assigned a faculty member from within their discipline as their academic advisor.

Academic Advisors

Academic Advisors in the Academic Advising Center are assigned to each full-time first time (or "Freshman") college student. The academic advisor is responsible for assisting the student with understanding degree requirements, planning coursework, and developing their understanding of academia at the university level.

Faculty & Special Program Mentors

SU is proud to offer a wide range of special programs. In order to assist students with navigating the intricacies of these programs, many specialized majors, programs, and colleges will have a secondary advisor or program mentor assigned. Examples include dual-degree programs, secondary education, the Honors College, and more.  

Advising Services Coordinators

Advising Services Coordinators (or ASCs) are responsible for providing individual schools within Salisbury University with advising support. Students may be referred by their academic advisor or dean's office to the ASC for their school for help with specific issues. 

 

You can find your advisor by logging into GullNet, selecting your Student Center, and looking for the “Advisor” box on the right-side of the page.

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