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Thursday, OCT 1, 3:00 - 5:00

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Come explore with faculty, students, and resources to learn more about the academic programs SHIP has to offer.




Innovation Symposium Series: Academic Advising

Register by October 9

October 16, 2015, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Shippensburg University Conference Center, Shippensburg PA


This one day symposium is designed to showcase innovative models and practices in academic advising at colleges and universities across the Mid-Atlantic region.

Discounted registration fee of $25 for Ship faculty, staff, and administrators includes continental breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon breaks, conference materials, a digital badge, Continuing Education Units (CEUs), and a certificate. 

Registration deadline is Oct 9.  To register visit


Academic Policies (that you may be unaware of)

Presenter:  Cathy Sprenger, Registrar

   DATE: Thursday, October 1

   TIME:  12:30 – 1:30

   LOCATION: Reisner Dining Hall 109

   Lunch tickets available at the cashier stand.


What is the Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory grade option? Who is eligible? To what courses can it be applied?  How many course repeats can a student use, and how are repeat grades used in the GPA computation? Can a student declare a minor if they have not declared a major? What is the policy on double counting credits toward a major and a minor? The Registrar will answer these and other questions you might have.


The Revised Mathematics Placement Plan

Presenter:  Dr. Kim Presser, Professor Mathematics

   DATE: Wednesday, October 7

   TIME:  3:00 – 4:00

   LOCATION: Lehman Library 205


Students ask, “What math course should I take?”  The appropriate answer is determined by the student’s major or area of interest and placement levels. This workshop will explain the Math Department’s new placement chart that will be in place for spring 2016. 



On this site you will find a collection of information and resources to support both students and academic advisors as they build their advising partnership.

  • For Students: The information on this website will help you become familiar with the programs, policies, procedures and resources of the university so you can make appropriate decisions about your educational experiences.
  • For Faculty: The information on this website provides faculty advisors resources needed to be effective advisors and information that supports their advising function.

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