Obtain an unofficial copy of your transcript from the Registrar’s office. Take your transcript to the department you wish to declare as a major. Your new department will handle all the paperwork.
Verify with your academic advisor that the minor you wish is available to students in your major. Meet with an authorized representative of the department which sponsors the minor. The sponsoring department will complete a Record of Acceptance To and Completion of an Academic Minor form. Return the completed and signed white and yellow copies of this form to your major department. You should retain the pink copy for your records.
Obtain an unofficial copy of your transcript from the Registrar’s office. Take your transcript to the department you wish to declare as a second major. This department will handle all the paperwork.
Go to department of the minor or second major that you want to delete. The department will handle all the paperwork.
Class standing is determined by the total credits you have accumulated. Below is the system for classifying undergraduate students who have been regularly admitted to IPFW.
|Freshman||Fewer than 30|
|Senior||90 or more|
Your academic advisor is assigned by your academic department. You can view your academic advisor's name and contact information in myIPFW on the Enrollment tab in the Academic Profile channel. If your academic advisor is not listed in myIPFW or is otherwise inaccurate, contact your academic department. If you change your major, check with your new department on who will be your academic advisor.
Contact your academic department to request a new academic advisor.
At the conclusion of each fall or spring semester (but not the summer semester), academic departments indicate which students are eligible for the following academic recognitions:
If you have earned academic recognition for either of the two previous semesters, your achievements will be recognized at the annual Honors Convocation and appropriately noted on your academic records.
Submit an official transcript from the college or university to the Admissions office. It will be evaluated and appropriate transfer credit will be applied to your academic record. Direct all questions about transfer credit to the Admissions office.