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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    • Applied means a student has applied online and will receive an A#. To apply, visit Becoming a Student.
    • Admitted means a student is accepted for admission at Shelton State. All required documentation must be submitted for unconditional admittance. For more information, visit Becoming a Student.
    • Enrolled means an accepted student has registered for courses for a particular semester. A student MUST be admitted to be enrolled.

Visit your myShelton account via the “Student” tab under “Student Records.” Your assigned advisor will be listed in View Student Information. If you do not have an assigned advisor listed, email advising@sheltonstate.edu to be assigned an advisor.

Students can be advised through email by contacting their assigned advisor via email. You may also schedule an on-campus, phone, or video advising appointment by visitinhttps://trac.sheltonstate.edu OR by visiting your myShelton account and clicking on “Meet with an Advisor” located under the “Student” button, then “Student Services”. If you do not have an assigned advisor, email advising@sheltonstate.edu.

Students can meet with their advisor on-campus, email, phone, or video. Students can be advised through email by contacting their assigned advisor via email. If you do not have an assigned advisor, email advising@sheltonstate.edu.

Students can with meet with their advisor to discuss classes for fall registration in the semester prior to the fall. Check your email and the Shelton State website for more information.  Advisors are available to advise via email, on-campus, phone, or video.

Before your appointment, submit valid placement scores and your high school transcript, review the class schedule, think about your goals, make a list of questions, and review your degree map/checklist for degree requirements.

This is not a negative reaction to anything you have or have not done. The hold is to increase accountability and will be removed once you meet with your advisor.

No, transient students are not assigned an advisor nor are they required to meet with an advisor. Complete a Letter of Transiency and submit it to Enrollment Services at transient@sheltonstate.edu along with any other questions you may have.

Students can with meet with their advisor to discuss classes for fall registration in the semester prior to the fall. Check your email and the Shelton State website for more information.  Advisors are available to advise via email, on-campus, phone, or video.

The complete withdrawal form is found in your myShelton account under the Student tab.  Complete the form and email it to your advisor.  If you do not have an assigned advisor, email the form to admissions@sheltonstate.edu.