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Resources For Students

Advisement Resources

Below are some tools that will help you prepare for your advisement meeting with your advisor. You should come to your advisement meeting with you questions, an idea of what classes you'd like to take, and ready to discuss your progress in your current classes. You will want to being developing your plan in Degree Works and be familiar with your degree audit. Your advisor expects you to be prepared and on time for your meeting so be sure that you are!

Registering for Classes in KnightLine
  1. Log into KnightLine
  2. Go to Student Services
  3. Go to Registration
  4. Select the correct term
  5. Agree to registration terms
  6. Enter your pin number
  7. Search for classes or enter the CRNs
  8. Submit class selection
Degree Works and the Student Planner
Degree Works and the Student Planner are tools that you can use to review your progress to graduation and develop a customized four year plan. Watch the videos below to learn how to use Degree Works. 
2016-2017 Course Paradigms
The following advisement paradigms are available as a resource in planning a schedule of courses. Each paradigm details a suggested sequence of courses to be taken over a four year period to complete graduation and major requirements. Please note the college catalog is where the specific graduation requirements can be viewed. These are templates for your use but are subject to change. Students are also encouraged to update their personal educational plans in the Student Educational Planner in Degree Works. Plans can be created, updated and saved in Degree Works as often as a student would like. 
Students who entered before 2016 can find their paradigms below:
Education Majors


Education Academic Minors

Education Certification Minors for Middle Childhood

Education Certification Minors for Secondary Education

  • Broadfield Social Studies
  • Broadfield Science