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Information and Communications

Make an Appointment with your Academic Advisor

Before registering for classes each semester, you must meet with your assigned advisor in the College of Information and Communications. 


Commonly Asked Questions about Academic Adviisng in the College of Information and Communications

WHO advises students in this college? 

Professional staff advise in this college. All incoming freshmen students are assigned to first-year professional staff advisors.

Meet the advisors in the College of Information and Communications. 

HOW do I know who my CIC advisor is?

You can view your advisor’s information on your registration checklist in Self-Service Carolina or by viewing your degree audit in DegreeWorks.

You will also receive an email from your advisor at the start of each academic semester.

HOW do I schedule an appointment with my advisor in this college?

Easy! Schedule an appointment online using the EAB Pathfinder system. 

WHEN does formal advisement occur each semester in Information and Communications?

Advisement for the Fall semester typically begins mid-September and lasts through mid-November.

Advisement for the Spring semester typically begins the second week of February and lasts through the first week of April.


Changing Majors into the College of Information and Communications

If you are interested in changing your major to a program of study in this College from another college/school on campus, first meet with a Major Change Advisor to ensure you meet all necessary requirements. Then schedule a Change of Major Workshop with CIC to learn the requirements and policies specific to their programs.  

If you are currently majoring in a program of study in this college and wish to change to a different major still in this college, see your CIC academic advisor for next steps.  

 

Career Services

Whether you're looking for information about internships in general or need to follow-up on an internship you are doing for course credit, you will need to contact Katie Bullard, Career Services Manager. Learn more about the career services and resources provided by the College of Information and Communications.