Political Science majors select their courses for the upcoming semester during the preregistration periods in November and April. Students may log into Degree Works to see who their advisor(s) is, and use myWildcat Success to make advising appointments (instructions below). Prior to advising appointments, students are strongly encouraged to utilize Degree Works and the Time and Room schedule to familiarize themselves with outstanding requirements and course offerings.
Advising meetings are in 20 minute blocks. To maximize this time, we recommend that students bring a list of course selections and backup selections with them to advising appointments. Students will be notified via email when preregistration begins.
How to Schedule an Advising Appointment
- Log into myWildcat Success using the link or the following URL: https://UNH.campus.eab.com.
- Use your UNH Username and password to access the application.
- Make sure you are on your Student Home screen.
- Click the Schedule an Appointment button on the right side of the screen.
- Choose College or major specific advising as the the appointment type.
- Select the College of Liberal Arts on the next screen.
- Select COLA meet with my advisor. If you are meeting with someone who is not listed as your advisor, choose COLA meet with another advisor.
- Select POLITICAL SCIENCE or INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS and then your advisor's name.
- The next page allows you to select from your advisor's available time slots that also do not conflict with your class schedule. Choose the appropriate time slot followed by the specific time and select Next.
- Add any specific comments as required. Then select Confirm Appointment.
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- Once you schedule the appointment, you will receive a confirmation both on-screen and via email with all the respective details.
Students are assigned a primary advisor and secondary faculty advisor. Heather Austin is the primary advisor for all Political Science majors and should be a student’s first point of contact. If she is unavailable, students may contact their secondary faculty advisor.