Welcome to the Fulton Advising site. This site is intended for students interested in or already pursuing a degree from the Fulton School of Liberal Arts.
Please see below for information regarding:
Descriptions of programs
Change of major process
Contacts for Fulton majors
Petitioning the Dean’s Office
Credit Overload - Requesting to enroll in more than the normal load (2 forms)
Late Add – after the drop/add period
Late Withdrawal of a course
Late Change in Credits/Grading/Pass-Fail/Audit
Request to participate in Commencement prior to completing coursework
Definitions to terms students may be unfamiliar with, but which they will encounter throughouth their academic career at SU.
The best time to change your major is before the Program Planning (advising) period! Many departments across campus will not process a Change of Major Form during Program Planning, and will instead process these forms after the advising period. As a result, you may not be able to meet with a department advisor for your new major until the advising period has concluded for current majors.
Fulton advising sign-ups for Program Planning begin in October and March each semester. Please make sure your Change of Major request has been submitted to the appropriate Fulton department by the start of Program Planning.
The policy of the Fulton School is that, absent very unusual circumstances, students must add all courses, drop all courses, request a change in grading (pass/fail, audit), credits for a course (when applicable) by the end of the drop/add period at the beginning of the semester. Please see the University Calendar for important dates.
Please follow the link below to download petition instructions. In order to ensure a timely review, please follow each step within the appropriate instructions. A petition request is not considered complete until each step has been successfully completed by the initiating student. All requests should be submitted to the office of the Fulton advising coordinator, Jonathan ColÃ³n in FH 256.
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