Registration | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

                    When do I register??

                    All students should see their appropriate advisor(s) approximately two weeks prior to your registration date. Verify on Testudo under Appointments and Registration Status to see if you have any registration blocks that could prevent you from registering and resolve them as soon as possible.

                    Who Do I See for Advising?

                    (Select one of the categories below that describes you best and follow the instructions)

                    1st semester freshman?Undecided Engineering Student: you need to see an advisor in room 1131S Glenn L. Martin Hall, Undergraduate Advising & Academic Support Office. Our walk-in hours are posted online at?Undergraduate Advising & Academic Support.

                    1st semester freshman?and your major is: Aerospace, Bioengineering, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Fire Protection, Material, or Mechanical. You will need to see the appropriate departmental / faculty advisors. For links to the department web pages, see?Departmental Advisors.

                    2nd semester freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and transfer students in a declared major: Please see the appropriate?Departmental Advisors.
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                    If your GPA is below 2.0 (academic probation) and you have declared a major:

                    1. Go to your department
                    2. Go to the Undergraduate Advising and Academic Support Office, room 1131S GLMH

                    ?If your GPA is below 2.0 (academic probation) and your are Undecided Engineering Student:

                    • Go to the Undergraduate Advising and Academic Support Office, room 1131S GLMH

                    If you are an athlete

                    1. Go to your Athletic Advisor and
                    2. Go to your department (if you have a declared major), and
                    3. Go to the Undergraduate Advising Office, room 1131S GLMH

                    What's Next?

                    1. Review your major’s?4-year plan?and?curriculum sheet
                    2. Make a list of 4 - 6 courses you need to take.
                    3. Build your schedule, either manually or using?Venus.
                    4. Be sure to consult the Schedule of Classes for a list of the approved CORE/Gen Ed courses. Remember, Distributive Studies CORE/Gen Ed courses should be completed by the time you have 60 earned credits.
                    5. Be sure there are no time conflicts and that your desired courses have open seats on?Testudo.
                    6. Register for classes using?Testudo?at your assigned registration date and time, after meeting with your advisor.

                    How Ready Are You For Advising Today?

                    Do You Have?

                    1. List of desired courses -?4-Year Plan
                    2. CORE/Gen Ed Folder
                    3. Transcripts?(if required by department)
                    4. Any special permission or forms required

                    Did you check the Online Catalog for pre-requisites?


                    You need to have the above items with you before meeting with your advisor.


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