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by Norma Kop

Being prepared for the upcoming semester means checking in with your academic advisor and taking advantage of the resources and tools available to you via Pipeline, according to the Center for Graduate and Adult Services. This includes Web registration, and up-to-date information that can affect your degree plans.

The Center for Graduate and Adult Services (CGAS) can assist both graduates and adult learners to register before needed classes are closed.

The Center recommends that students call (808) 543-8034 for an appointment, because advisors for walk-ins are available only on a first-come, first-served basis. Extended hours are available on Wednesdays, from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the other weekdays.

Remember that the last day to add a course is Friday, Feb. 1. Other related registration information can be found on HPU’s Web site under Registration Bulletin (one for graduate and undergraduate students, respectively).

Students should be aware of certain registration categories: e.g., full-time status means a total of 9 credits (6 of which must be in on-campus classes as opposed to online) for graduate students and 12 credits (9 of which must be on campus) for undergraduate students.

Some students face specific limitations. Individuals with a Student Visa (F-1) status can take only one online course per semester. Failure to adhere to regulations from the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Office may put student status and U.S. residency in jeopardy.

For more information about how to have a smooth, hassle-free registration experience, or how to access your own degree plan, contact the Center today.

Next issue: Skill Sets for Success: Tips from Fellow Students, first of a three-part series on time management, study skills, and building your support group at HPU.

 

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