Resources for Advising
Many resources are available to assist all aspects of the
advising and registration process. Advisors and advisees are
encouraged to explore all of them to ensure a successful and smooth
Policy and Administrative Resources
Registration and Records: manages the
University course catalog, academic calendar, the schedule of
classes, registration, degree audits, transfer credit, and
My.Butler: access to your Student Center,
university information, and services to manage the administrative
tasks associated with your enrollment.
My.Butler Help: comprehensive information about
all of the tasks you can complete in the My.Butler portal.
AP/IB/CLEP Credit: information about which
test credits will count towards degree or Core requirements.
Transfer Credit: information about how
transfer credits may apply to degree requirements.
FERPA information: document detailing the
rights students have in regards to their academic record.
Degree, Course, and Registration Resources
Course Search: information on how to search
for courses offered each term.
Academic Programs: search by college, available
majors and minors, interests, and interdisciplinary programs.
Core Curriculum: overview of the Core
Curriculum structure, including information about the common Core
courses of FYS and GHS, and the six areas of inquiry.
Advising and Registration Checklist
for High Achievement and Scholarly Engagement (CHASE): office
dedicated to encouraging students to seek opportunities to enhance
their academic journey, including undergraduate research, the
Washington, D.C., Learning Program, and national fellowships and
Center for Global Education: research study
abroad opportunities, including semester-long and shorter
and Career Services (ICS): learn more about career searches,
internship opportunities, and campus employment.
Campus Resources printable list