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Advising and Registration

The academic adviser-student relationship is one of the most important that you will encounter as a college student. Academically successful students begin meeting with their academic adviser early in their first semester of college and continue regular meetings throughout their four years.  The University of New Haven offers a wide range of academic advising resources for undergraduate students.  Support includes advising about core curriculum, major, and minor degree requirements, as well as tools aimed at promoting student success. 

Spring 2014 Registration

  • Spring 2014 Course Listing
  • Registration Dates
    • Seniors (87+ earned credits) - Tuesday, Nov. 11  7:01 AM
    • Juniors (57-86 earned credits) - Thursday, Nov. 14  7:01 AM
    • Sophomores (27-56 earned credits) - Monday, Nov. 18 7:01 AM
    • First-Year (less than 27 earned credits) - Wednesday, Nov. 20  7:01 AM


Degree Requirements (2012 - 2014)


Create a 4-Year Plan


Prepare for Advising

  • Make an appointment with your adviser prior to registration of classes
    • Who is your adviser?  Your faculty adviser is listed in Banner SSB under Student Records and View Student Information
    • Contact and office information can be found on the university Directory
  • Print and review your Degree Audit to track progress toward your degree and discuss plans for future semesters
  • Questions to ask your adviser


Registration on Banner (SSB)