Verify current academic adviser through WyoWeb; be sure to select the current term.
Request adviser change if having problems/conflicts with assigned adviser or if adviser is not meeting advising needs. Contact Basic BSN advising office at firstname.lastname@example.org, 307-766-4292, Room 335, School of Nursing, to request a change of adviser.
Advising week is March 27-31, 2017 for fall 2017 registration.
Additional advising appointments may be offered in the week(s) around the UW scheduled Advising Week. (Check assigned academic adviser's sign-up calendar for available appointments.)
Students schedule advising appointments through an electronic/online advising appointment sign-up system, TimeTrade. Students should adhere to the appointment schedule as posted by adviser unless they have made prior arrangements.
Please note that scheduled advising appointments are for the Mountain (MDT) Time Zone. Be sure to make note of that time zone when scheduling advising appointment as well as within the appointment confirmation email in order to be on time for appointment. Advisers have experienced a few students whose devices (computers, phones) were potentially set up for a different time zone that they used to schedule appointments. Thus, students were either early or late for advising appointments. Be sure to make note on appointment confirmation that the time reflects the Mountain (MDT) Time Zone and not a different time zone.
Click on link for your designated adviser under "Faculty Advising Appointment Links" below
Read the adviser's "Welcome Message" and continue to their calendar
Click on a highlighted date and it will display times available
Select a time that works for your schedule and follow remaining steps
The system is set up to prevent ability of signing up for an appointment on the same day in which making the appointment; so please plan accordingly.
Otherwise, you can potentially sign up for an appointment up until midnight the night before.
Please be sure to sign up for your advising appointment as soon as possible.
The system does not allow scheduling for more than one appointment for the same time spot.
Please be sure that your selection completely finalizes and that you have received a confirmation email confirming that appointment
If more than one person happens to be trying to schedule the same time, it all depends on which one clicks first into the system as to who gets the appointment time. So be sure that your appointment selection truly did schedule.
Students receive an appointment confirmation email confirming their scheduled appointment and should check to make sure that it reflects their designated adviser.
Be sure to make note of your appointment in your planner/calendar and that it is for the correct time zone as noted above!
Most importantly, DO NOT forget to show up for the appointment you have scheduled.
Faculty Advising Appointment Links
Utilizing the above scheduling guidelines, follow directions within the links below for scheduling advising appointment with designated academic adviser. If students have any problems or questions about the process, they should contact Debbie Shoefelt at email@example.com / 307-766-4292.)
Debbie Shoefelt / Credentials Analyst/Academic Advisor
Professor Elizabeth Goodwin /
Professor Marilyn Hall /
Professor Holly Miller /
Professor Kim Raska-Miller /
Professor Sherrie Rubio-Wallace /
Basic BSN Program of Study
...on the main Basic BSN program page, select the appropriate link that reflects your entry status for the program. Next, check out the "Courses/Program of Study" bullet for assistance in planning your schedule. Be sure to select the appropriate document based on which University Studies program you are following, if more than one document is linked under the Courses/Program of Study bullet.
Planned schedule of courses
...utilizing Advising Schedule Worksheet (download, fill out, and bring to advising appointment)
...review your online Degree Evaluation linked in your WyoWeb account. Your Degree Evaluation identifies which University Studies requirements (USP 2003 or USP 2015) you are following. Bring any questions/concerns to the attention of the Basic BSN Advising Office (check out Degree Evaluations section below for additional information)
...with which to take notes
If students are using an Outlook calendar, their scheduled appointment automatically inserts into their calendar. To cancel, students can simply delete the appointment from their Outlook; that action will generate an email to the advisor canceling the appointment.
If students are not using Outlook, they should email their academic adviser identifying that they need to cancel the appointment that was scheduled (it is important to identify the date/time) so that the adviser can cancel it out of their Outlook Calendar and potentially open the time back up to another student.
To schedule a new appointment, students should click back in to their designated academic adviser link above and follow the directions again in the TimeTrade calendar.
The Office of the Registrar, in conjunction with all undergraduate colleges, operates a computerized degree evaluation system. This includes a degree progress report/advising support system that will match completed and current UW course work (and any transfer courses a student might have) with their degree requirements to determine their progress toward earning their degree. The Degree Evaluation audit is available to students and faculty advisers through WyoWeb. Please refer to the UW Class Schedule for additional information regarding Degree Evaluations (DegreeWorks - Student Degree Evaluation) along with how to access in WyoWeb.
The Basic BSN advising office routinely works with the Registrar's Office to keep the Basic BSN Degree Evaluation template current as curriculum changes occur.
Students should be aware (when they view/print their evaluation) that it may not be 100% accurate. Clearing up discrepancies (e.g., programming issues, general transfer credits, etc.) is an ongoing process for the school. Questions/concerns, please contact the Basic BSN advising office at (307) 766-4292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is ultimately the student's responsibility to be sure that all requirements are being cleared and satisfied on their Degree Evaluation so that they are eligible for graduation. Address any discrepancies noted with the Basic BSN advising office at (307) 766-4292 or email@example.com or 335 Health Sciences Center.
Notify the Office of the Registrar in writing of anticipated graduation date. Access the "Anticipated Graduation Date" form listed on the Registrar's "Forms and Petitions for Students" page at http://www.uwyo.edu/registrar/students/forms_and_petitions.html. Submit no later than the semester prior to the semester of anticipated graduation. Complete a new form if anticipated graduation date should change.
Registration begins March 29, 2017 for continuing students.
Registration begins May 5, 2017 for new and re-enrolling students.
The university assigns a designated access date/time to each student for accessing and completing registration through WyoWeb. Locate designated registration access date/time through 'Prepare for Registration' link within the WyoRecords Registration site.
Access WyoRecords Course Registration directions in the UW Class Schedule for registration guidance.
PERC (Personal Electronic Registration Code) is a 6-digit number that students enter to clear the Adviser Approval hold prior to registering for each term.
Students' PERC numbers will change every semester. The first time students register for classes each semester, the WyoWeb registration system will prompt them to enter their assigned PERC.
In order to release PERC numbers, assigned academic advisors must advise students. The advisors will give their advisees new PERC numbers at the conclusion of the advising appointment.
If students misplace their PERC before they register, they should contact their adviser to obtain the number again.
Summer Registrations do not require a PERC for anyone in order to complete such registrations. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis once the summer registration access has opened (typically early/mid-spring semester).
The UW Class Schedule is available electronically through the Registrar's website.
The University Catalog is available electronically through the Registrar's website or through the UW A-Z Index.
The "W" number is a student's UW student identification number. It is a randomly assigned 8-digit number preceded by a W.
Refer to the UW Class Schedule for more information about the "W" number.
Each fall and spring semester as part of the registration process, the university requires each enrolling student to make a Student Medical Insurance selection through WyoWeb before registering. For additional information, please refer to the UW Class Schedule. For guidance in making your insurance selection, refer to the WyoRecords Course Registration directions link.