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Morgan Texeira, Undergraduate Program Manager
Please call 480-965-3561 or visit the Physics Main office in Physical Science F-Wing Room 470 to schedule an advising appointment. Parking is available in Lot 46 off University Dr.
How to prepare for your appointment:
1. Review your Degree Audit and/or eAdvisor.
2. Write down any questions you have regarding your degree progress or next steps.
3. Check your MyASU for any Academic or Financial Holds. Be sure to click on the hold for more information regarding what your next steps should be.
4. Complete any forms (student portion only) before you attend your advising appointment.
Walk-in advising is limited to 15 minutes and is on a first come first served basis. New students must make an appointment if it is their first advising session. Walk-in advising may change or be canceled at any time at the discretion of the department. It is recommended that you call the front office, (480.965.3561) to confirm walk-in advising hours.
Students should utilize walk-in advising for the following reasons:
GPA - students must have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) in order to graduate with their degree.
Science and Society - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students in pursuit of a BS degree need to earn 6 credits of science and society with a C or better. If your science and society courses are not listed correctly on your DARs, compelte this form.
Students must complete all required courses listed on their respective major maps.
Physics majors are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0. Students who fail to maintain a satisfactory GPA will be placed on probation. Once you are on probation, you will need to complete the next semester with a GPA of 2.0 or above to remain on continued probation. Students may remain on continued probation as long as they achieve a semester GPA of 2.0 or above.
Requirements of Probation:
Steps to complete BEFORE your appointment:
Students who do not maintain a semester GPA of 2.0 or above after being placed on probation will be disqualified from Arizona State University. Students who are disqualified may submit a written appeal to the college. If approved, students will be allowed to register for the following semester. If your appeal is denied you will need to sit out one academic year before seeking readmission.
Students who have not appealed successfully should contact the Office of Student and Academic Programs in the Fulton Center, Suite 110, 480-965-6506. You will need to meet with an OSAP advisor to learn how you can gain readmission after one year.
How do I register for classes?
You can register for classes through your MyASU account. Make sure to check your Priority Tasks list to be sure you do not have any holds before registering. Utilize the below video for helpful tips on how to use the class search function to your advantage.
How can I check my remaining degree requirements?
Students are encouraged to keep track of their degree requirements by running a Degree Audit Report (DARs). Your Degree Audit Report will let you know completed requirements, in-progress requirements, and not yet completed requirements. Please visit, here, to review how to run a Degree Audit Report.
Where does advising take place?
You will meet with your academic advisor in Bateman Physical Science F-Wing Room 470. Students must check-in at the front desk.
What if I want to change my major?
Students wanting to change their major OUT of physics must contact an advisor in the major they are interested in pursuing. Students who wish to change their major TO physics may schedule an advising appointment by calling 480-965-3561.
How can I request to take more than 18 credits in 1 semester?
You can request to take more than 18 credits in 1 semester by emailing your advisor. You will need to provide your Student ID# as well as the course that will place you over 18 credits. Students must have a GPA of at least a 3.2 in order to receive approval from their physics advisor. Students with a 3.0GPA will be considered on a case by case basis. If you have below a 3.2 GPA and would like to take more than 18 credits you may submit a course overload petition to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean's Office for review.
I was placed on probation, what are my next steps?
First, you will need to fill out the probation plan found here. Next, set-up an appointment with your advisor. Before attending your appointment, make sure you email your probation plan to your advisor.
I have been disqualified from Arizona State University. What do I do now?
Students who have not appealed successfully should contact the Office of Student and Academic Programs (OSAP) in the Fulton Center, Suite 110, 480-965-6506. You will need to meet with an OSAP advisor to learn how you can gain readmission after one year.
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