Careful planning is needed to make the most of your academic experience and to graduate on time. Advisors are available to help support and guide students through the process. All Biological Sciences students are expected to know their major requirements, to develop a four year plan, and to complete benchmarks in a timely fashion. Students are also expected to adhere to Limited Enrollment Program (LEP) requirements and university and college policies.
Important resources and considerations
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the following services, experiences, and opportunities:
student organizations on campus
Reed-Yorke Health Professions Advising Office for pre-med, pre-dental, and other pre-health students
Terrapin Teachers program for prospective high school science teachers
teaching opportunities such as being a TA or tutor
Peer Mentors for perspective, input, and advice from fellow students
How to become a Biological Sciences major
Biological Sciences is a Limited Enrollment Program. Details on how to become a Biological Sciences major are found on the CMNS website.