Academic Privacy Guidelines (FERPA)
In keeping with university guidelines, Undergraduate Student Services is limited in the detail of information that can be provided via phone or e-mail. If any in-depth or detailed questions arise, please visit USS. For additional information about FERPA, visit Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
When Should Students Meet with USS?
- Schedule plan for next term(s)
- Semester prior to intended graduation
- Questions related to University policy (i.e. withdrawal, grade forgiveness)
- Challenges concerning progress
- Discuss admission requirements into a COHPA limited-access major
- When Undecided about COHPA majors
- Other inquiries and/or concerns
- Click here for a list of additional resources on campus
Any financial aid-related questions should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Assistance
When Should Students Meet with the Program Advisor
- Questions regarding courses being accepted in the major (non-GEP)
- Discuss internships, study abroad, or clinical experiences
- Learn about the career field and/or career trends
- Meet with faculty in the department for potential recommendation letters
- Click here for a list of professional resources
Preparing for Registration/Advising
Students must bring their myKnight audit to see an advisor. Follow these steps:
- Select “Student Self Service” in myUCF
- Select “myKnight audit” in the “other academic” pull-down menu
- Select “view report as PDF” & print
Students should have already viewed the class schedule, compiled a potential list of courses to take as well as questions/concerns to mention to the advisor.
Professional advisors are available on an appointment basis & peer advisors are available on a walk-in basis.
Students should follow-up immediately on any matters that need to be resolved with other UCF offices;
Students should inform the advisor of the results, as well as any changes to the planned schedule(s);
Students should frequently check their myKnight audit to track progress