Western Kentucky University

Academic Advising

Academic Advising

Each student will be assigned to an adviser for the duration of his or her undergraduate work at WKU. Students must meet with their academic advisers prior to registration each semester until graduation. This process is advantageous because it allows students to gain insight from knowledgeable advisers and gives them an advocate in their education. Good advising also ensures BIS students that they are taking relevant courses and will prevent individuals from taking inappropriate courses that can extend the amount of time required to complete the degree.



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 Last Modified 7/22/13