Third Year To-Do List
Third Year: 60-89 Completed Units
Print PDF HereStep One: Transfer Credits
Check to see if your transfer credits have been processed and posted to your unofficial transcript.Step Two: Academic Advising
Step Three: Dates & DeadlinesStep Four: Academic Services
Meet with your Academic advisor.
- Create your course plan that includes the sequence of courses you need to complete in order to earn your degree.
- Independently check your Academic Advisement Report to ensure your classes are being distributed towards the correct degree requirements.
- Your Liberal Studies program and University Diversity requirements should be completed by your third year, unless it is fulfilled by your major coursework.
Step Five: Study AbroadStep Six: Scholarships
Utilize academic services offered on campus
Step Seven: Internships
Visit the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid website to view what types of aid are available to you to fund your education and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 1st, for next year's aid. Scholarships are also offered through our different colleges- take a look at your college's list of scholarships!
- College of Arts & Letters
- College of Engineering, Forestry, & Natural Sciences
Step Eight: Careers
Internships are a great way to gain experience, increase employability, and gain educational advantages. Check out the internships that each college has to offer:
Step Nine: Graduate School
Get started on your career journey!
Step Ten: Undergraduate Research
Thinking about Graduate School? Meet with an advisor to help you take the necessary steps toward applying to Graduate School.
- How can I pay for Graduate School?
- Attend Graduate School Workshops or access the online archived presentations which include 1)Processes, Resources, and Tips for Success, 2) Writing a Winning Personal Statement, and 3) The GRE and TOEFL Tests.
Step Eleven: Graduation Eligibility
The Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium
show cases creative ideas, discoveries, and research done by students from each college to their peers, professors, the university, and Flagstaff community. Get involved and present your hard work at this symposium!
Are you eligible for graduation?
- You should have 90 units in progress by your sixth semester. Check in with your advisor if you are unsure.