Welcome Back Information for Re-Enrolling Students Important steps to help re-enrolling students transition back to EMU What is the first thing I should do after being re-enrolled? If not already done, students need to set up and activate their my.emich account. To do this, please visit my.emich.edu. Click on “How do I get my username and password?”. Click on “activate account”. EMU business will be conducted, and communicated, via your my.emich account. And Then…Schedule an appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor at any of the following Academic Advising centers on campus, depending on your major. College of Arts & Sciences College of Business College of Education 120 Student Center 401 Gary Owen Building 206 Porter Building 734-487-4599 734-487-2344 734-487-1416 College of Health and College of Technology University Advising & Career Human Services 150 Sill Hall Development Center (UACDC) Everett Marshall Bldg 734-487-8659 200 McKenny Hall 734-487-0918 734-487-0400 What has changed at EMU that could impact me? Academic Calendar: EMU now has three full 15 week semesters-Fall, Winter and Summer. (In the past, Summer was split into spring and summer semesters.) You may access registration deadline dates for each semester at: www.emich.edu/registrar Course Catalog: EMU policy continues to be that students graduate under catalog requirements no older than seven (7) years at time of graduation. Students should review their program of study with an academic advisor. The course catalog may be reviewed at:catalog.emich.edu Ebills: Bills are no longer mailed to students. Bills are now accessed at www.ebill.emich.edu General Education Requirements: New General Education requirements were implemented Fall 2007. If you have any questions concerning past or current General Education requirements, meet with an advisor. Students will not be able to graduate using the Old General Education Requirements after Summer 2014. Probation/Dismissal: At the end of any term of enrollment, to be in good academic standing, a student must have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA AND Cumulative Completion Rate (CCR) of 67% or better. (See emich.edu/registrar/faq for more information about CCR.) Students will be allowed one semester to get off of probation, a change from the prior policy which allowed three semesters. In addition, academic standing is now calculated after each semester—fall, winter and summer. If you have questions about your academic standing, contact UACDC. University Communication: All Eastern Michigan University business (academic status, financial aid status) will be communicated to the student via their my.emich email account and United States Postal Service.