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Important Dates and Deadlines

2017-2018 Academic Calendar

Fall 2017 Printable Dates and Deadlines

Spring 2018 Printable Dates and Deadlines

Fall 2017 Exam Schedule

Resources and Links

Forms

Links

Advising FAQ's

How do I find my major GPA?

Major and minor GPAs can be found in the Student Center. In the drop down box labeled "other academic...,"select "academic requirements." Cumulative and all major/minor program GPAs are listed.

Click here for instructions on how to calculate your GPA

How often should I see my WRTC advisor?

The WRTC Department strongly recommends that you meet with your academic advisor at least once per semester. 

Why is is important to meet with my advisor every semester?

Academic advising is an essential component to student success. WRTC advisors strive to provide students with accurate information that will help them plan well, meet all graduation requirements, and prepare for their careers and lives after graduation.

What is the difference between a double major and a double degree?

Most WRTC students with two majors opt to pursue one BA or BS degree. This requires the student to complete 120 credit hours. A double degree allows the student to earn two different baccalaureate degrees. Both degree programs much be completed concurrently or consecutively and the student is required to complete 150 credit hours as well as all degree and university graduation requirements for both degree programs. 

WRTC Advisors 2017-18



Aley, Shelley

Allen, Cindy

Almjeld, Jennifer

Burton, Larry

Comfort, Heather

Crow, Angela

De Hertogh, Lori Beth

Ghiaciuc, Susan

Gumnior, Elisabeth

Hawthorne, Mark

Jefferson, Kevin

Knapp, Kristin

Lunsford, Scott

Martin, Cynthia

McCarthy, Seán

McDonnell, Karen

Moghtader, Michael

Molloy, Cathryn

O’Connor, Sarah

Parrish, Alex

Pass, Elizabeth

Rouillon, Vanessa

Smith, Michael

Zimmerman, Jim

Zimmerman, Traci

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