Plan to Graduate in a Four-Year Time Frame? Academic Counseling and Support September 28, 2012 Academic counselors are available to help students create four-year academic plans. A counselor can help students: Select the right courses to meet all graduation requirements. Discover all possible options for the various core curriculum requirements or major field electives. Pursue their passions for a certain field and learn the feasibility of completing a double major or adding a minor. Put their academic plans in writing. Four-year plans help ensure that all graduation requirements are met in the right order and at the right time. A four-year plan can become a useful road map that will allow students and their faculty advisers to focus on learning and personal development. Call Academic Counseling, (651) 962-6300, to schedule a four-year planning meeting with a knowledgeable staff member. For more information email Drew Puroway. RelatedGraduate on Time: Create a Four-year Academic PlanCreate a Four-year Course PlanSeniors: Are you planning to graduate in May?Seniors: Are you planning to graduate in May?