EOP Academic Advising
Registration is conducted each semester prior to leaving for summer and winter recess. All students must register for at least 12 credit hours of academic course work via the web. Students must meet with their advisors to receive their PIN cards and discuss course selection. Registration may be done in the EOP Computer Lab. Course offerings are available on line. If you owe a bill, you will NOT be allowed to register. A course load may not exceed 18 credit hours unless approved by the student’s advisor and dean. Courses and grades are available via the Internet at www.fredonia.edu, click on Your Connection
Here's a list of the services EDP has to offer. Click on the link for details.
- Computer Lab
- Freshman Orientation Class - SPST
- JEWEL Peer Advising
- Study Hall / Probation
- Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Liberal Arts Students
If a student has not declared a major in a particular discipline, he/she is considered to be a Liberal Arts student. The student will be assigned to an EOP counselor for advisement. Appointments for advisement and assistance in exploring the variety of majors, selecting a major, and understanding college procedures and policies should be set up with the EOP counselor. Once the major has been declared, the student is assigned a faculty advisor, but the EOP counselor is available to help with advising questions or issues throughout the student's time at Fredonia. The college's Academic Advising is also an excellent resource for any Liberal Arts questions. Back to Top
Students with a Declared Major
In addition to the assigned faculty advisor, the EOP counselor will assist in the development of course schedules and the interpretation of college policies and procedures. The student is responsible for maintaining frequent contact with both the EOP counselor and the faculty advisor who work together in monitoring the student's academic progress.
All drops, adds, and course withdrawals should be approved by the EOP counselor to ensure that the student maintains an appropriate course load and does not jeopardize financial aid. Student should meet with their counselor to discuss such schedule changes.
Contact the Office of the Registrar for answers to these questions:
Academic Forgiveness Policies
Updated application forms may be found on the Academic Policies and Forms web page.