It’s time to take your next step at Vol State….plan your path and get ready for spring semester. Current students get a jump start registering for spring classes in November. Here’s what you need to do now:
-Make sure you know your academic advisor. Find your assigned academic advisor’s information in your MyVolState portal. Click on “DegreeWorks” under the Quick Links section.
-Check your DegreeWorks page to see what classes you need on the road to your degree. Then talk to your academic advisor.
-If you haven’t decided on an exact degree path yet, it’s time to plan for your future. Check out our academic programs and also the Tennessee Transfer Pathways available if you want to transfer to a university. Then talk to your academic advisor. If you plan to transfer to a university, contact an advisor there, as well, to make sure you are on the right track.
-Make an appointment to meet with your assigned academic advisor to discuss what you plan to take in the spring. You will register for your classes yourself.
Your Priority Registration jump start is coming up quickly, so get ready now:
November 7: Currently enrolled students with 30+ hours can start registering themselves for classes
November 8: Currently enrolled students with less than 30 hours can start registering themselves for classes
If you have any problems along the way and are unable to reach your assigned advisor, visit the Advising Center on the Gallatin campus or check with the front desk at Highland, Cookeville and Livingston for advising help. You can also call 615-230-3702.