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Refer to the College of Music Undergraduate Student Handbook for academic policies and procedures.
Remote advising for Spring 2021
We are still here for advising and registration help! Schedule your advising appointment with your Academic Advisor through Buff Portal Advising. All advising appointments will be held through Zoom or phone. The Zoom link will be in the confirmation email you receive. Remote drop-in hours, for quick questions and concerns, are also available in Buff Portal Advising.
The College of Music is making a number of changes for Spring 2021 to keep students, faculty, staff and visitors safe during the coronavirus pandemic. For more information and performances and rehearsals, academic schedules and more, visit the COVID-19 Resources page.
Registration and advising instructions
- View your Enrollment Date in Buff Portal. The enrollment date indicates your specific time to register for classes. Assigned enrollment dates are in 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.
Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor in Buff Portal Advising. Your advisor will review your course selections and verify you’re taking the appropriate classes and reasonable course load. Allow 30 minutes for the appointment.
Review your degree audit and add your selected courses to your shopping cart. Degree audits show completed coursework and remaining requirements needed for your degree program. If you find an error or have a concern, contact Victoria Ibarra.
Music Education majors only (except first-semester freshmen): Complete the Advisor Approval Form once you have met with your advisor.
Allow 24 hours for the advising hold to be removed from your record. Lessons, recitals, special studies, and other applicable courses with restrictions will be added to your schedule after your enrollment date. Ensemble selection is determined by degree program and in accordance of the Ensemble Rule.