Pre-Required Advising (RAD) Exercise
This pre-RAD exercise prepares you for your upcoming RAD appointment by encouraging you to think about things you may want to discuss with your advisor.
Student ID Number
On your MyBoiseState, is your major listed correctly?
Yes- If yes, schedule a meeting with your assigned advisor
No- If it is not listed correctly, change your major to reflect what you want it to be, select the My Academics tab in your my.boisestate then follow these instructions:
Once your major is accurate in the system, on a percentage scale from 1% to 100%, how sure are you that you want to major in a COEN degree?
0-25% - Meet with assigned advisor to remove RAD hold and AAE to help determine your next steps
25-50% - Meet with assigned advisor to remove RAD hold, can consider meeting with AAE or Career Center
50-100% - Meet with assigned advisor to remove RAD hold
Look at your Degree Tracker and Draft your Fall 2018 Schedule
*When creating a schedule please reference the Degree Tracker Tool in your Student Center; along with, the DL listing and your major requirement course listing found in your catalog. **Full Time 12-15 credits, 16+ Overload fees will apply
List Course Titles and number of credits below:
Before your advising appointment, we would like to know the following:
How is your first semester going?
Could be Better
How many credits would you like to take next semester?
Do you want to be a part of Finish in Four?
Do you need to include Honors courses or a LLC requirements?
Are you interested in taking Summer school?
List additional time commitments:
Are any of the following statements ones you want to discuss with your Advisor?
AP scores, concurrent credit, and/or transfer credit
Services and resources available to you at Boise State
Understanding your degree requirements or major
Major GPA or application requirements
Minors or double majoring
International Learning Opportunities
Clubs or Organizations
Boise State’s policy and procedures, especially those related to academic progress, academic probation, academic dismissal, GPA requirements, satisfactory academic progress standards, and academic deadlines
Do you have any other questions for your Advisor? If so please list them below:
What you will do during your RAD:
- Review Degree Tracker, update the preferences, and determine an expected graduation date.
- Review Major and Minor requirements.
- Understand the prerequisites and upper division requirements for my major.
- Understand the University Retake and Withdrawal Policy.
- Review resources available on campus such as tutoring.
- Understand when my Enrollment Day and Time is and plan to enroll then.
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