Students must visit their department's office to get instructions on how to set up a pre-enrollment appointment with their adviser. Each semester, there will be a hold on every student's record, which must be lifted by the student's adviser before any courses can be added.
To view enrollment dates, login to KSIS and click on Enrollment Times. Students with the greatest number of credit hours will enroll sooner than those with fewer or no credit hours.
Enrollment tools are available to help students select courses for their engineering degree requirements:
Students may obtain a printable curriculum flowchart with completed course grades online. However, transfer credit grades and credits must be added to the flowchart by hand. An updated copy must be shown to the student's adviser during each advising session.
Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS)
The K-State Degree Audit Reporting System is used to monitor students' progress towards completing their degree requirements, and to determine when and if a student has satisfied all requirements to graduate. Students should regularly review their DARS report with their adviser to assure it has been properly updated.
To access your DARS report, sign in to KSIS. In your Student Center, click the Degree Progress (DARS) link on the left hand side, select any options you want, click the Submit Report button, and then click OK when prompted. If the status of the report is Pending, click the Refresh button. When the status changes to Completed, click the View Report link beside the Academic Plan (major, minor, etc.) you want to view. See the KSIS Help tutorial on viewing a DARS report for more information.
The K-State 8 general education program helps students widen their perspectives, explore relationships among subjects and build critical and analytical thinking skills. K-State 8 exposes students to a broad range of knowledge in different academic areas. The program shapes well-rounded thinkers and helps prepare students for careers, graduate school and other post-graduate experiences.
In the course catalogs, students can find degree programs and requirements, course descriptions, academic policies, and more, or browse the schedule of courses by term, college, and department.
Students should consult their adviser to ensure the substitution meets academic requirements.