- Apply to Jacksonville University;
- Get accepted;
- Pay your $300 deposit to the Controller's Office. Once you have paid your deposit then your file is sent to The Advising Center;
- The Advising Center will put together information about the math placement exam and registration process and email it to you before registration begins.
- Once you receive your registration email, call The Advising Center at 904-256-7170 and set up an advising appointment. You can either come into our office, or be advised on the phone. Once you are advised you will then register on-line.
- Prior to your advising appointment, you will be pre-registered in several selected, appropriate courses for your designated major.
- During your advising appointment, you will finalize your complete class schedule through JU's online registration process.
- Please meet with Academic Advising before New Student Orientation. More information about New Student Orientation can be found by visiting ju.edu/orientation
For your advising appointment
- Students enrolling in their first semester at Jacksonville University will need to meet with an Academic Advisor in order to register for their classes. We encourage these appointments to be made prior to New Student Orientation to ensure that each student receives their desired classes as well as class times/days.
- Appointments will need to be rescheduled if student is more than 15 minutes late for their scheduled time. Please make all efforts possible to alert Academic Advising if you are unable to make your scheduled appointment or if you will be late. We can be reached at 904-256-7170 or by email at email@example.com.
- Before the appointment with Academic Advising, new students are encouraged to view the major/minor check sheets for their major of choice.
- Browse available classes by visiting My JU. Once there students and parents are able to search class times/days prior to their appointment.
- Students may also view the weekly class schedule planner prior to their appointment and get a feel for what classes they may want to take and what days/times would work for them.
- If your appointment is via telephone please be in front of a computer and have your My JU account pulled up. This will be helpful as the Advisor guides you through the registration process. Also make sure you are in a quiet space with no distractions or outside noises.
Tips for parents
- Encourage student to establish strong relationships with advisors and faculty
- Encourage student to get involved in campus clubs and organizations - this provides another connection to campus plus career-related exposure and skills
- Encourage student to seek help with difficult classes - tutoring, study skills, test taking, and time management assistance are all available on campus
- Maintain open communication about grades and academic progress;
- Although it may seem helpful, refrain from selecting or choosing a major for your student. Instead, help your student focus on personal interests, skills, like and dislikes, and how these fit with the world of work.
Recognizing the rigor of Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Level certificates of various kinds, Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education Support (DANTES), portfolio credit, and military credit programs, Jacksonville University awards up to 32 credits for successful work in these programs. Information on specific classes accepted for credit is available online. All alternative credit must be posted to the transcript before the student begins his or her senior year (90 earned credits or above).
You can find out more information about alternative credits
by visiting the Registrar's
Please feel free to ask any and all questions by calling the Academic Advising office or sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome to JU and go Dolphins!