• undergraduate student advising

Please refer to the Undergraduate Student Handbook for overall policies and procedures related to the College of Music. If you have additional questions, please visit the Undergraduate Studies Office in Imig C-109 or call 303-492-6354.

Advisor Assignment

Advisor information is located in MyCUInfo. If there is no advisor listed, please contact the Undergraduate Studies Office.

Where do you find your advisor contact information? In MyCUInfo, click on Register for Classes, My Academics tab, then View my Advisor.

Advisor Approval Form

Students must meet with their advisor before registering for courses each semester. After the advising meeting, fill out the Advisor Approval Form and submit following the procedures on the form. Substitutions for the Advisor Approval Form will not be accepted.

Preparing for Your Advising Appointment

  1. View your Enrollment Date in MyCUInfo. The enrollment date indicates your specific time to register for classes. Assigned enrollment dates are generally during November for the spring semester and April for the fall semester. You can view course registration instructions and important academic deadlines on the Registrar’s Office website.
  2. Schedule an appointment with your advisor, who will review your course selections and verify you’re taking the appropriate classes and reasonable course load.
  3. Degree audits are available through MyCUInfo under Track your Academic Progress. This shows completed coursework and remaining requirements needed for your degree program. Review your degree audit prior to your advising appointment. (Keep in mind the degree audit is an unofficial document that may not be complete or up-to-date. Please contact Victoria Ibarra with concerns and/or errors.)
  4. Submit your Advisor Approval Form following the procedures on the form. It should be received at least one day prior to your enrollment date. A completed and signed form is necessary to remove the Academic Advising Required Hold on your account. You will not be able to register for classes until this hold and/or any other campus holds are removed.
  5. In planning your next semester schedule, keep in mind the Ensemble Rule that states all students registered for applied music lessons must be enrolled in an ensemble according to their degree program. Ensemble selection appropriate to your degree and scholarship agreement should be discussed with your advisor. You may be dropped from lessons and/or your music scholarship may be affected if you do not adhere to the Ensemble Rule set forth by the College of Music.