You can check on WINS under the AAR - Based on Course Units for the name and e-mail address of your advisor. If you have not been assigned an advisor, contact the appropriate advising or departmental office:
An up-to-date Academic Advising Report (AAR) is available on WINS for students seeking their first degree. Select the AAR - Based on Course Units tile, then 'AAR'. It is recommended you click the 'View as PDF' to for a more viewer friendly format.
You should review this regularly, and always take an updated AAR when you meet with your advisor.
Students with fewer than 24 units and undeclared students process major changes at the Academic Advising & Exploration Center.
Students with 24 Units or more (declared majors) should begin the process at the department office of their major and then take the form and to the department office or advising office of the new major. (Note: the AAEC is the department office for Undeclared students).
The first few weeks of registration are "Priority Registration" in which students are assigned Registration Start times according to their number of earned credits. After Priority Registration is completed, the registration system will remain open to add classes until the end of the fifth day of class.
To find your Priority Registration start time, check WINS in the Classes & Schedules section. (Note: Registration is not limited by the "end" time.)
A registration hold is any restriction that prevents registration. Many students will have a registration hold for advising and must meet with their academic advisor before registering.
However, there are many holds that could prevent registration: financial holds, library holds, holds from Admissions for ACT scores or transfer transcripts.
You should check WINS in your Tasks area to be certain that you have cleared all holds for registration.
You may choose to take up to 15 credits for S/NC. A grade of "S" indicates a "C" or better in the class. You will receive a grade of "NC" (no credit) if the work is equivalent to a "C-" or lower. In neither case will your grade affect your GPA. You should review the Satisfactory/No Credit policy and consult with an academic advisor before selecting: https://www.uww.edu/registrar/policies#satisfactory/no-credit-grade-basis.
Although various units throughout the campus provide services for these populations, many of the targeted services for these students are offered in the office of Student Diversity, Engagement and Success (SDES). Programs offered within the office "encompass curricular and co-curriculuar experiences that champion student diversity, engagement, educational achievement and success". Please access the website of SDES at https://www.uww.edu/sdes.
Students should also work with their academic advisor to understand ways of improving their academic progress.