Once a student has completed 60 credit hours, he or she should see an advisor in his or her college to file a degree plan, a blueprint of the courses required for graduation. Students are responsible for all of the requirements of the catalog under which they are graduating. It is wise to meet with an academic advisor at least once a semester. Regular consultations help students enroll in courses applicable toward their degree. Before certification for graduation can be made, copies of the degree plan must be on file in the college Dean's office and in the Office of the University Registrar, 128 Welcome Center.