Spring and Summer 2017 Advising Information
All students have an advising hold on their account that will be released by their advisor once they have completed the necessary steps.
To have your advising hold released:
- If notified of other requirements by the Student and Academic Engagement Staff, please complete those actions.
- Strongly advise you to attend either a group or individual advising session
Please contact your advisor, Sarah Pickel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Deborah Waller (email@example.com) , or Vilma Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions if your hold is not lifted by the time your registration window opens.
Your academic advisor has set aside the following times for advising appointments. Students needing an appointment should attend/sign-up for an appointment at the times outlined below. More appointments may become available if needed – refer to your advisor’s appointment page for more times.
- Drop In Advising – This is first come first serve advising that takes place in person. If there is a line of students waiting, discussions will be limited to 10 minutes
- Quick Advising – Quick advising appointments are meant for easy and simple questions students have regarding registration. These appointments are limited to 10 minutes and students should sign up to reserve a time slot. When signing up please indicate in the “where” field if you would like to talk in person, on the phone, or through google hangout chat/video.
- Individual Advising Appointments – Your advisor is available for individual advising appointments should you need more assistance with long term planning that impacts your current registration. These appointments will be no more than 20 minutes so students should come prepared with a tentative schedule and questions for their advisor. When signing up please indicate in the “where” field if you would like to talk in person, on the phone, or through google hangout chat/video.
Spring and Summer 2017 Course Schedule
The course offerings for Spring and Summer 2017 will be available in MyPack Portal starting Monday, October 3rd. Please note that the schedule is not final and there may be a few changes due to room scheduling issues or instructor availability.
Click here for the MBA Spring 2017 Schedule Spreadsheet.
Click here for the MBA Summer 2017 Schedule Spreadsheet.
You may notice that there are some differences between the MBA course spreadsheet and what you see in MyPack Portal. If information is missing (such as classrooms, course dates, and course times), refer to MBA Spring 2017 Schedule Spreadsheet for that information.
One hour courses will follow university-mandated drop dates for the semester. Drop/add dates and tuition payment/refund for one-hour classes will be the same as three credit hour classes that meet for the whole semester. Please check your calendar carefully when registering for these courses and finalize all schedules before Census Date.
Course Restrictions and Program Blending
Many courses are restricted by section for MBA students in a certain curriculum code. Due to the new blending option, many classes will be open for students of other curriculum codes. However, there will be a limited number of seats available so that students in that format are still able to get into the classes they need. These open seats are first come first register so plan to enroll early if you would like to take a class outside of your curriculum code. Please consult the Spring and Summer 2017 MBA Course Schedule for information on course restrictions and reserved seats.
Spring and Summer 2017 Registration Information
All students will register for classes through MyPack Portal. Check the key dates below for when access opens up and closes for registration. Please consult the MyPack Portal Enrollment Guide for assistance.
Spring and Summer 2017 Registration Begins: October 17th, 2016 at 8am
Late registration Begins : November 17th, 2015
Spring 2017 Tuition Due: December 8th, 2015
Spring 2017 Census Date: January 23rd, 2017 (Last day to add a class, last day to drop with tuition refunds)
Students must register by university-mandated deadline dates or pay late fees. Deadlines and late fees are enforced by the university and not the MBA program.
Returning students who register after November 17th will be required to pay the bill in their student account on the date of enrollment. Students will also be assessed a $100.00 non-refundable late enrollment fee.
During late registration after Census Date (January 20th, 2016), Students will also be assessed a $250.00 non-refundable late enrollment fee in this period in addition to the required pre-payment.