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2. Tell us more about your ideas for school and career.
A. The majority of majors require a minor. Please list any possible minors or alternative majors you would like to pursue. For a list of minors please click
here. For a list of majors please click here.
B. List any plans or ideas that you may have for further education or careers after you earn your bachelorís degree (Examples: Law school, Medical school, finance, etc.)
If you are considering a Health Profession, please review this link for relevant coursework information.
3. The General Education Program is intended to provide students with a foundation that prepares them for continued work within their chosen major and minor fields, and gives them the intellectual habits that will enable them to become lifelong learners. Courses within the program are designed not only to enhance studentsí knowledge, but to provide them as well with new ways of thinking and with the ability to engage in critical analysis and creative activity.
Descriptions of the general education categories can be found
here. Please list three general education categories that you would be interested in exploring during your first semester.
4. Do you wish to be enrolled in a freshman seminar as noted in your course choices?
5. List any special circumstances that might affect your schedule. (e.g., athletic team participation, commuting, ROTC, health issues).
A typical UAlbany freshman course schedule may begin at 8:15 am on some days and end at 8:35 pm on other days.
6. If you sang or played an instrument in high school and would like to continue doing so, you can consider adding a Music Ensemble to your schedule.
These include: Chamber Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Pep Band, Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra, Symphonic Band and Chorale.
Please indicate if you wish to have any of these added to your schedule.
7. Have you requested a Living/Learning community through your housing application? If so, which one? If accepted, you will be scheduled into the course(s) connected with that Living/Learning community, in place of others on your course request.
8. If you have been admitted to the Honors College, you will be registered for TCPY 110. In addition, please choose 3 Honors classes.
Honors College courses and descriptions can be found
9. List any other information you want your advisor to know. This may include scheduling restraints, long range plans or academic concerns.
10. In the case of students with disabilities, any special requirements can be communicated through the Disability Resource Center at (518) 442-5490.
11. Your schedule is not considered finalized until you receive it from your advisor at Orientation. Until that time, you may see classes listed on your schedule through MyUAlbany, but these may change for a variety of reasons, including changes to the Universityís schedule of classes. An advisor will be contacting you.
If you have any concerns, please call us at 518-442-3960 or email email@example.com
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