Bachelor's Degree Orientation & Advising
Once you're accepted into your Bachelor's specialization of choice, you must complete Student Orientation and meet with a Bachelor's Advisor prior to registering for your first semester of classes. Orientation ensures that you understand the policies and processes related to being an EFSC student. During the advising session, you will review a personalized course plan to aid in registration.
After orientation and your initial advising session are complete, you may register online via myEFSC/TitanWeb. Registration holds are placed on all accepted bachelor student records until orientation and advising are completed.
If you have been accepted into an EFSC Bachelor's program you can complete these two requirements in the following way:
Complete online orientation and schedule a separate Bachelor's advising appointment.
• Access the Student Orientation system by logging in to the myEFSC Portal with your B-number and Password. Click the orientation icon to start. You do not need to finish in one session. The system will remember where you left off and let you restart until completed. After completion, you can revisit the orientation system and review material or use the links on the individualized list of resources you create during the orientation process.
• Request Bachelor's Advising Appointment: You can identify a day, time and Campus location for your advising appointment. Use the links below to schedule bachelor advising appointments, with appointments available by phone, Microsoft Teams, or on-campus.
IMPORTANT NOTES: Students must be officially accepted into a Bachelor's program in order to have access to the online orientation option. It is NOT a step that can be completed prior to your acceptance. If you wish to register during your visit with an Advisor, please complete the online orientation prior to your scheduled appointment time.
Bachelor program courses can fill quickly when registration begins before each term. To finish a program that has a designated 100% online option by taking only online courses, students need to register in a timely manner to ensure they have a seat for the online course offerings of their choice. The same guidance applies to access for face-to-face courses on campus. Work with your advisor as needed when planning and be sure to check the important term dates and student email for current information about registration start dates.