- Make an appointment with an advisor
- School of EECS Restriction Override Request form
- Future EECS class schedules
- University forms (late add/drop/withdraw form, audit registration, extra credits petition, diploma forms, etc.)
- 2021-22 Sample Academic Plans
The academic advisors are experts on university policies and the EECS programs and are here to help you achieve your goals for school and beyond. Your advisors will help you make a plan, get involved in extracurricular activities, and advise you about what to do when you are struggling with a class.
Drop-in advising hours are for current OSU students experiencing registration issues, seeking S/U approvals, requesting course overrides, changing into CS or ECE, adding a CS minor or Cybersecrurity Certificate and/or other questions that can be answered in 10 minutes or less. Registration PINs will not be issued during virtual-drop in advising. Students coming to drop-in hours will meet with the advisor that is currently available. Please refer to the calendar below for our Drop-in advising availability.
Drop-in advising hours are available remotely (Zoom) and in-person (KEC 1148). Students joining us remotely are required to use Zoom which requires internet and audio access. Students who do not have access to Zoom are encouraged to attend in-person drop-ins (KEC 1148) or email their question to EECSUndergrad.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign in for drop-in advising (required for both remote and in-person drop-ins).
Make a plan
MyDegrees is a tool to help you plan for your academic goals and track your progress throughout their Oregon State experience for course planning, advising, and degree verification. You must to fill your MyDegrees Planner out to the next 4 terms in order to receive your registration PIN prior to your appointment with your advisor. You can fill out your planner by going to MyOregonState and then accessing your MyDegrees where there will be a Planner tab next to your Checklist tab.
College is more than just taking classes. Becoming involved will help prepare you for the job market or graduate school. Additionally, building a community of friends, colleagues, and mentors will provide you with support through school and make connections for jobs and other opportunities.
The School of EECS has many opportunities for students to get experience working with industry, become involved in research, participate in competitions like the solar car challenge, or serve as mentors or leaders.
Get help with a class
Seek help early if you are struggling with a class by reaching out to your instructor or getting help from an advisor to navigate your options. There are also many campus groups that provide academic support. If you are considering withdrawing from a course or switching to the satisfactory/unsatisfactory grade basis, read through the policies and guidelines.