Frequently Asked Questions
Permission Code Requests
Please contact the course instructor directly via phone or email for a permission code. Advisors, advising staff, and deans office staff, have permission code access.
Please understand that faculty members are not required to grant permission codes. If the faculty member approves your request, they will issue you a permission code. Once you have the code, you may add the class through your CIS page. Please do this immediately.
New Students & Transfer Students
New and Transfer Orientation students, you may book an appointment with any undergraduate advisor in the Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Student Success, for first-semester course planning if the advisor in your field of study isn’t available. Be sure to follow up with your area advisor after registering for courses.
Academic Holds on Student Records
A hold can be placed on a student’s record for reasons including but not limited to; non-payment of debt (parking tickets, library fines, tuition payments, etc.), academic standards, failure to meet immunization requirements, required academic advising, missing admission credentials or non-compliance with other University regulations/obligations. A hold on the record can impact one or more of the following:
- Enrollment - ability to register for classes
- Receiving a transcript or diploma
- Disbursement of financial aid
- Refund from Income Accounting