The Academic Advisement office provides assistance to all °®ÓÈÎïstudents regarding academic planning, college success skills, and much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Undeclared students are advised by the Academic Advisement office. Once students declare a major, primary advising is done by a faculty member in the major department. However, all students are welcome to visit Academic Advisement any time with questions or concerns. If we cannot answer your question, we will help you find the person who can!
Your faculty advisor is listed under My Profile in Self Service. Faculty contact information can be found in the .Â You can also visit Academic Advisement for general advisement questions.
Pick up a Change of Major form from Academic Advisement or download a printable version (PDF). The form will need to be signed by the chairperson of your current major and the chairperson of your new major.
Have questions? Stop by Academic Advisement!
A Minor is a sequence of courses that can supplement or broaden the knowledge you will gain from courses in your major. You are not required to have a minor. Minors can be related to your major (such as a Business major with an Accounting minor), or be completely unrelated (such as an Art major with a Spanish minor). A minor is a good way to be exposed to another subject area without committing to a full major.
To declare a minor, pick up the form in the Academic Advisement Office or download a printable version (PDF).
Go to in Self Service.
Please contact the Office of Academic Advisement at (716) 839-8228 to discuss the process of non-degree registration.
Students register throughÂ .
Your UserID is the same as your email user name. To find your username, go to on the Information Technology webpage.Â Your Password for first time log-in is the last 6 digits of your Social Security number.Â You will then be asked to make up your own password.
Still not working? Send an email explaining the problem to SelfService@daemen.edu.
Self Service usually blocks registration for the following reasons:
- The course has not been approved by your advisor
- You have not fulfilled the prerequisites for the course
- The course is not being offered in the current semester
- The course is full/closed
Check all of these potential blocks.Â Still have questions?Â Contact Academic Advisement.
You must have at least 12 clock hours each semester to be considered full-time. Non-credit courses, like MTH 97 and CMP 97, count toward this clock hour requirement.
During the first week of classes (Drop/Add week), you may drop classes on Self Service by going to Register and Drop Sections.Â After this period, you may withdraw from classes until the last day for authorized withdrawal.Â The Withdraw from a Course ´Ú´Ç°ù³¾Ìý(±Ê¶Ù¹ó) is available online or in the Academic Support Services office.Â The form will need to be signed by your advisor.
Check the academic calendar each semester for Drop/Add dates.
You will not receive credit for the course and there will be a W next to that course on your transcript instead of a grade.Â This does not impact your GPA.
Visit the pageÂ or stop by the Learning Center in the Student Success Center in the RIC.
When your semester or cumulative GPA falls below a 2.0, you may be put on Academic Probation. If this happens, you will be contacted by the Committee on Academic Standards regarding the stipulations of your probation. Continued poor academic performance may lead to suspension or dismissal from the college.