Registration for fall classes occurs as part of New Student Orientation. All new students meet with an academic advisor and map out a course schedule that includes first year writing and math classes, and other general education or major pre-requisite courses. New students typically take between 12 — 15 credits hours in their first semester. Supplemental class sessions are available to students needing personalized attention to be successful in their writing, math, and science courses.
Additional academic support is also available through the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), and the Brookens Library. Students are introduced to the resources available through CTL during registration. First-year students also have the opportunity to participate in UNI 101, a course designed specifically to help students make a successful transition from high school to college level course work.