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Flight Plan is an exciting initiative that enables students to stay on course to graduate in four years or in the time frame of their choice. Students will learn about majors and how they connect to careers and then select a Flight Plan that meets their interests and their level of skills.

How does it work?

First year, first semester: Students will schedule a meeting with an academic advisor and learn about the degrees the university offers that can lead to specific careers. Students will also build a four-, five- or six-year plan using the My Planner tool in the ULink Student Center.

First year, second semester: Students will meet again with an academic advisor and discuss the flight plan options and select a flight plan of their choice.

Ongoing: The university will monitor students' progress toward flight plan completion and will notify students to meet with an academic advisor should they veer off course. Academic advisors and campus partners can assist students who encounter diversions and help them get back on course to graduate in their initial time frame.

Transfer Students are encouraged to view the Flight Plans, use the Course Planner, and Advisement Report in ULink to plan the remaining courses needed for graduation. Transfer students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to ensure they are on track for graduation in a timely manner.