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Center for Academic Success and Exploration

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 advising experience.

Policy and Administrative Resources

Registration and Records: assists with grading, registration, publication of academic policies and degree requirements, general enrollment and academic information, and much more.

My.Butler: access to your Student Center, university information, and services to manage the administrative tasks associated with your enrollment.

MyButler Student 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

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.

Campus Resources

Center for Faith and Vocation (CFV): provides students the opportunity to discover what a life of purpose, meaning and contribution means to them.

Center for Global Education (CGE): connects students with study abroad and exchange opportunities, including semester-long and shorter programs.

Center for High Achievement and Scholarly Engagement (CHASE): dedicated to encouraging students to seek opportunities to enhance their academic journey, including undergraduate research, graduate and professional school preparation, the Washington, D.C., Learning Program, and national fellowships and scholarships.

Internship and Career Services (ICS): provides support and learning opportunities for students through self assessment and reflection, and services include career searches, internship opportunities, and campus employment.