1. I have a hold on my account. How can I remove it?
A. Academic advisors can lift map term off track and D/F holds.
i. Map Term Off Track & D/F Warning Holds: Please schedule an appointment or attend drop-in advising.
ii. D/F Dismissal holds: Please change your major before emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to lift this hold.
B. For all other holds, click on the hold and read the details for instructions and contact information. For any questions, contact the department listed on the hold.
2. I have a graduation progress check hold but am not graduating. Can an advisor lift it?
A. Advisors cannot lift these holds. Graduation Progress Check holds are just that—a check to see where you are in terms of graduating and to see what you have left to graduate. It does not mean you are graduating right now.
B. Click on the hold and follow the directions to remove it. Note that both the Registrar and College of Arts and Sciences put holds on student accounts for Graduation Progress Checks, so make sure to complete both to remove the holds.
1. Can I take this class pass/fail (S/U)?
A. Generally, CS majors will only take their foreign language courses as S/U. No major, minor, or Liberal Studies requirement courses may be taken S/U.
B. Fill out this form and email to your academic dean (freshmen/sophomore: email@example.com; junior/seniors: firstname.lastname@example.org) by the 7th week deadline.
2. I am trying to enroll in an online CS course but received an error message. Can an advisor enroll me?
A. CS Majors may not take CS Distance Learning courses. These courses are reserved for the Distance Learning program. Fall 2020 CS courses will have the “location” listed as “remote.” CS major courses with a “location” of “online” are reserved for Distance Learning.
3. My registration opened. Can an advisor tell me what to take?
A. Your academic advisor will be happy to advise you on course options if you attend drop-in advising or schedule an appointment.
B. To get started, however, students can also check these resources:
i. My Academic Requirements
ii. CS Major Flowcharts
iii. Academic Program Guide
4. (Upper division students) I want to graduate soon. Can my advisor tell me what I have left to take?
A. Sure! First, refer to your College of Arts and Sciences Grad Check (pick it up from 010 Longmire or email email@example.com) and your major’s flowchart. Then, see an advisor.
5. Can you tell me what CS electives are offered and when?
A. CS electives change every semester, so we email out the list to the majors listserv after the schedule posts each semester (February and October). Check your email or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. How can I drop a course from this semester?
A. Courses can be dropped without grade liability until the 7th week deadline. Courses can be (“late”) dropped with a W until the 12th week deadline. Upper division students are allowed ONE (1) late drop at FSU. Deadlines are posted on the Registrar’s Academic Calendar each semester. First, double check with FSU Financial Aid. Then, watch this video for instructions.
7. How can I sign up for the Foreign Language placement test?
A. Sign up here: https://www.registerblast.com/fsu/Exam/List
B. More information on Foreign Language Exemption & Placement: https://www.modlang.fsu.edu/students/undergraduate-advising/exemption-placement
1. I didn’t apply for graduation but am supposed to graduate this semester! How can I do that?
A. See the upper division advisor for a Graduation Clearance form, then contact the College of Arts & Sciences at email@example.com to ask to be late-added to the graduation list.
2. I applied for graduation. What am I supposed to do now?
A. Go through the Graduation Checklist on the Registrar’s page: http://registrar.fsu.edu/graduation/checklist/. Complete your Financial Aid exit interview and CS department exit surveys (part 1 and part 2) and you should be good to go. Complete your classes with a C- or better.