The Academic Advising Services at SU and in the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies play a key role in facilitating student growth and development.  The primary purpose of advising is to assist students in the development of meaningful educational plans that are compatible with their career and life goals.

Questions regarding course requirements in the Seidel School can be directed to your faculty advisor (visit the SU Directory) or Kimberly Clark-Shaw, Advising Services Coordinator, Caruthers Hall 124-F, 410-543-6290.

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Program Planning for Foundation Students (those students not admitted into the Methods Program)

  1. Log onto GULLNET to view your Academic Requirements Report (Home-Self Service-Student Center-Academic Requirements Report from drop-down menu)
  2. Review your Academic Requirements Report which is your degree audit that checks all of your completed and in-progress graduation requirements. Use this to help you determine the classes you need for next semester.
  3. Use the Online Course Schedule to select potential classes that you wish to register for next semester. (Home-Self Service-Student Center-Search for Classes) Make sure to check the course pre-requisites and Professional Program admission guidelines.
  4. Complete the online program planning form no later than Oct. 10. This is very important as your advisor is not required to meet with you until you submit this form. (see link below)
  5. Sign-up for an appointment with your faculty advisor between Oct. 1-10. Advising appointments start Oct. 3.
  6. Bring your academic requirements report, major checklist, minor checklist, a copy of your program planning form (a copy is emailed to you as a PDF), and a pen with you to your advising appointment.
  7. Sign up for classes in GULLNET. Need a refresher on how to register for courses using GullNet? Click here for directions.


Click here to Complete the Program Planning Worksheet


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