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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I declare Religion as my major?
- How do I get an academic advisor?
- I am trying to register for classes. How do I get my Academic Advising Code?
- I took a class at another university similar to a class taught at Boston University. How do I find out if I can transfer those credits toward my degree?
- I need to drop off a paper for my professor. Where is the correct mail box?
- Where do I go to pick up a paper/exam from my class?
STEP 1: Use the online form to declare your major or go to the CAS Advising Office located at 100 Bay State Rd, Rm 401 to fill out a Declaration of Major form. STEP 2: Fill out a Personal Info Sheet at the Religion Dept., Rm. 201 (at 145 Bay State Road). STEP 3: Meet with your advisor (to be assigned by the Religion Dept. after STEPS 1-2 are completed).
Based on your area of concentration, the Religion department will make a determination on which faculty member would make the best suitable advisor for you. Stop by BSR 145, Suite 201, and we will provide you with all the information you need.
After meeting with your academic advisor, go to BSR 145, Suite 201, and Administrative Coordinator Wendy Czik will provide you with the Academic Advising Code that will grant you full registration privileges.
4. I took a class at another university similar to a class taught at Boston University. How do I find out if I can transfer those credits toward my degree?
Visit the Religion office at 145 Bay State Road and fill out a Transfer of Credit Form. Bring a copy of the course syllabus. Professor Jonathan Klawans, the Director of Undergraduate Studies will decide if the credits can be transferred and if so grant the appropriate signature. CAS policy states that “No correspondence or distance learning courses” – including online courses – will be accepted” for transfer credit. CAS Transfer Credit Policy You may leave the form with Wendy in room 201.
Faculty mail boxes are located in BSR 145, Suite 203. These are the correct boxes for leaving materials with your professor.
At 145 Bay State Road, on the first floor, there are mail boxes that correspond with each of the classes that are offered in the current semester. They are arranged in numerical order from top to bottom starting with the 100 level courses. Faculty and teaching assistants use these boxes to drop off papers and corrected materials for students to pick up between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. NOTE: DO NOT leave materials in the drop boxes on the first floor. Those boxes are for student pick-up only.