Each student should thoroughly study this and become completely familiar with the organization, policies, and regulations of ASUMH. Failure to do this may result in serious mistakes for which the student shall be held fully responsible.
Through academic advising, ASUMH assists each student in planning academic programs, developing course schedules, anticipating graduation requirements, and making decisions affecting educational growth and development. Academic advisors endeavor to provide such assistance in a timely and accurate manner. Meeting requirements for graduation is the responsibility of the student.
Candidates for Degrees
Students must initiate, complete, and file an Intent to Graduate Application as indicated on the academic calendar. If the student is unable to graduate at the end of the semester for which application has been made, a new Intent to Graduate application must be filed during the next semester in which the student expects to graduate. An official record of concurrent, correspondence, or transfer work completed at another institution must be on file in the Office of the Registrar six weeks before the degree is to be granted.