Advising | Towson University

Faculty within the Department of Kinesiology serve as Academic Advisors, providing
support and guidance as student complete their academic journey.

General Information

All First-year Freshmen at Towson University are assigned to a First Year Experience
(FYE) advisor. This advisor will guide students through their first academic year.
More information can be found at the Academic Advising Center. 

Sophomores and transfer students majoring in the Department of Kinesiology are assigned
to a faculty advisor within their area of study. This faculty member serves as the
student’s academic advisor for the remainder of their time in our program(s). The
academic advisor will also help the student complete and file a Degree Completion
Plan by the end of their Sophomore year or first year after transferring in. More
information about transfer student advising can be found at the Academic Advising Center. Transfer planning resources for prospective students are available at the Transfer Student Center. 

Prior to each Fall and Spring registration period, a Mandatory Advising Hold is placed
on ever continuing undergraduate student’s account. The department holds advising
periods in March and October. Students will receive notification of available advising
dates via email and class announcements. It is the student’s responsibility to seek
an appointment during this time to receive registration guidance and to have their
Mandatory Advising Hold removed.

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Exercise Science Advising Materials

All advising materials are meant as supplemental guides. Students should refer to
their Academic Requirements Report for official requirements and completion status.

Degree Completion Plan Guidelines for all current students [PDF]

Degree Completion Plan Worksheet [PDF]

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