Students should email Cy Rosenblatt to make an appointment for academic advising.
It is especially important to discuss your plans early in your POL major career, about midway in your sophomore year. It is also especially important to review your degree status very early in your senior year. Experience has shown us that these are the times when students are most likely to be making decisions critical to their graduation, and a timely review of these decisions can be quite helpful in avoiding mistakes.
You may also waive advising if you wish; however, you will still need to come to the department to have your advising hold lifted so you can register for classes.
Once your hold has been lifted by the department, you can register for classes online.
Graduation Degree Audit Process
In your next to last semester before your anticipated graduation, you are required to complete a graduation degree audit. You can check your current status at myOleMiss by clicking on "degree audit" on the site index. The process requires that Political Science majors first visit Ventress Hall, the College of Liberal Arts, where you will be provided with a graduation audit sheet. You are to complete the audit sheet demonstrating your completion of degree requirements. You are also required to obtain an official transcript from the Registrar’s Office in Martindale Hall. After completing these tasks, please make an appointment with the Chief Departmental Advisor (CDA) to review your degree audit sheet. The signatures of the Departmental Advisor and the Department Chair are required before submitting the completed forms to Ventress Hall.