After speaking with your advisor about your eligibility to move on to Upper Division (UD) in the following semester, your advisor will update your record so that it states you are in UD by changing your program so that the pre-major indicator will be removed. This will allow for you to register for UD Krannert courses.
Once grades post for the semester, a team of advisors will review all Upper Division eligible students. They will calculate your individual MAI/EAI (see AI and Alternate AI for more details) to determine eligibility.
- If you finish your current semester (in which you are finishing AI courses) with acceptable grades, you will be allowed to remain in your UD courses that you previously registered for.
- If you finish your current semester (in which you are finishing AI courses) with unacceptable grades, you will be asked to drop the UD courses you previously registered for and moved to lower division (pre-major).
You will be notified via email if you have been accepted or denied access to Upper Division. More instructions on how to proceed will be included in that email.
End of Semester Processing
Step 1Student Meets with Academic Advisor
Step 2Discuss steps to meet UD requirements at the end of the current semester
Step 3Student Applies for admission to UD at End of Semester Survey
Step 4Student is able to add 300-level or higher Krannert courses as recommended to them by their academic advisor
Step 5Final grades posted Student's academic record is reviewed to determine if student meets all UD requirements (EOS Process)
Step 6Student notified via email with decision of UD acceptance or denial
Step 7 - Denied to UD
Student is DENIED UD:
Student will need to drop 300-level or higher Krannert courses
* Will need to strategize with advisor on retakes or CODOing
Step 7 - Accepted to UDStudent is ADMITTED to UD
* Will remain in registered courses