Academic Planning

Admissions

All students interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree with a major in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences should first complete an application to the University of Houston. A complete undergraduate admissions application must include the following documents:

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Additional requirements for Music and Theatre

  • Music
    In addition to applying to the University of Houston, all students applying for admission to the Moores School of Music must file an additional application  to the college and audition
  • Theater/Dance
    In addition to University of Houston requirements, prospective students must undergo assessment by faculty members in their area. All students must audition for admittance into their chosen program.
  • Audition Deadlines

Advising

The goal of the advisors in the CLASS Academic Affairs Center and the departments within the college is to ensure that each student has access to competent academic advising at all stages of the student's college career. All incoming freshmen and transfer students are strongly encouraged to go through orientation, where pertinent policies and procedures are introduced and potential problems are discussed.

Orientation for the college is handled in conjunction with the Dean of Students Office. Once the student has been given an overall view of the college, the undergraduate advisor in each department helps students with the initial task of schedule planning and enrollment (registration). Thereafter, advisors are available on an ongoing basis should any questions or problems concerning academic progress occur .

Specific times when academic advising is suggested:

  • upon entering (freshman or transfer).
  • for enrollment (registration) and add/drop questions.
  • to declare or change a major.
  • to declare or change a minor.
  • to clarify any academic policy or procedure.
  • at or before 60 hours to file a degree plan (filing a timely degree plan can and does minimize lost hours and delayed graduation).
  • a semester before the intended semester of graduation to verify that all requirements will be met as expected.

Enrollment

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