You'll have an advisement meeting with your advisor - by phone, e-mail, chat, or in person - before course registration each term.Your advisor will review your progress, and together you'll discuss what needs to be done next to move you toward graduation.
Advisor/Student Roles and Responsibilities
- The advisors' basic responsibilities include: helping students set academic goals, understand degree requirements, select courses, and determine career expectations.
- Student responsibilities include: reading the catalog carefully, becoming familiar with their degree programs and its requirements; seeking out answers to their questions; developing self-awareness; following through on advisor recommendations; and accepting ultimate responsibility for their decisions.
Get in touch with an advisor for help planning your academic success.
The advisor letter will give instructions for making an appointment for your enrollment conference. Most enrollment conferences are done by phone; student near Superior may complete them in person. The conference will include a review of registration procedures and policies. You'll also begin planning your academic program with your advisor. To prepare for your enrollment conference, download and print the advising form for the major you've chosen. Advising forms for all majors available on the link below:
Following the conference, you will be given access to the enrollment system to register for your initial term of courses.
You'll register for courses each term using the university's E-Hive online academic system. The following link provides detailed instructions for e-hive options, including registration, enrollment appointments, holds, etc. Review the links for Student Specific Help. Check your E-Hive account for your enrollment appointment. You will not be able to register before a specific day and time in the registration period.
How to Register for Courses
Credit for Prior Learning
UW-Superior provides assessment of prior learning through personal activity such as employment or military service. This process permits you to receive credit for what you have learned through out-of-the-classroom activity. For further information, visit the Assessment of Prior Learning page.
DL Course Rotation, Class Schedule, and Course Information
Distance Learning courses follow an annual rotation. Use the Distance Learning Course Rotation for planning your year, and the Class Schedule for preparing to register.
Proctors for Examinations
To take some distance learning exams, you may need to have a qualified proctor present. For further details, visit the Proctors for Examinations page.