Current Student Information
Undergraduate Major Degree Summary - Please note in the upper right hand corner below the catalog search box you will see several icons - if you click on the icon that looks like a folded piece of paper a hard-copy degree summary will appear that you can print off for all of the offered majors.
Undergraduate Combined Major
If you are a current major the Course Planner is an electronic tool to assist you and your Faculty advisor in planning out your course load for the next several years. You should meet with your Faculty Advisor at least once a year to go over your course of plan for the next year and get advice on your elective courses. Please remember the CURRENT ACADEMIC YEAR is the only correct year in the course planner. The academic years following the current year are incorrect and should NEVER be counted on as true. Please use this as a tool to help map out your next several years but do not count on a course being taught that specific quarter. There are many game changers in schedule planning which may include faculty sabbaticals, research release, extended leaves etc. You can also access a hard copy printable version by clicking on any of the above majors or minor and clicking on the folded paper icon at the top right of the page.
Steps to apply for graduation:
- Obtain your Degree Application: Degree Application form
- Please see the Geology Program Coordinator for Advising for your Geology Degree Evaluation: You may pick up your the form in ES 240 or request it by e-mail. If you have a second major or a minor, go to the relevant department and complete their sign-off to graduate. Please note our degree evaluation process may differ from another department's evaluation process.
- To apply for graduation, take the following items to the Registrars, OM 230:
- Completed degree application form
- Geology Degree Evaluation that has been signed off by the chair
Note: There will be a graduation fee, which the Registrar's Office will bill to your account.
The Department of Geology reserves the right to manage its waitlists such that time to graduation may be minimized for Geology or Geophysics majors.
Registration Policies - holds, time conflicts, override clearance, registration restrictions, registration priority
University Academic Policies - prerequisites, waitlisting, class attendance, hardship withdrawl, etc.