Welcome to Advising at Skyhawk Station

Whether you already know exactly what you want to study or are still deciding, our advising team is here to make registering for classes a breeze. We help all new students with their initial registration process to get you started smoothly. Afterward, you can choose whether you'd like continued advising or prefer to register independently.

Our team offers various support services designed to meet your specific needs. We can help you plan your major and minor requirements, arrange your courses for the next semester, guide you through the registration process, or help if you ever have academic warnings or probation.

Skyhawk Advisors serve students who have earned less than 60 credits. Upper-division students should contact their academic advisor for advising assistance.

Walk-in help

Check-in at the Skyhawk Station front counter window.

We're open between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for walk-in advising on a first-come, first-served basis.

Make an appointment

Skyhawk Advisors can help you with GPA questions and degree plans, discuss various options for majors and resources on campus, or other specialized needs.

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Academic Calendar

Find the full calendar of key dates, including breaks and semester start and end dates.

Academic Renewal

Who can apply for Academic Renewal?

A former student who has not attended Fort Lewis College for at least six consecutive terms (e.g., Spring, Summer, Fall, Spring, Summer, Fall) and whose Fort Lewis College cumulative GPA is below 2.00 may apply for Academic Renewal. You are only eligible for Academic Renewal one time.

When and how to apply

  • If you were academically disqualified, submit your Academic Renewal petition by the admission application deadline.
  • If you were not academically disqualified, you must submit your Academic Renewal petition by your return semester's Census date (the 12th day of classes).

More information about Academic Renewal

  • If you are granted Academic Renewal, none of the grades you received before renewal will factor into your GPA. Previously-completed courses for which you earned a grade of C- or higher will still count toward graduation as long as they are allowable under the Time Limits on Coursework policy. Although they will not factor into your GPA, all grades and coursework completed before renewal will remain visible on your academic transcript. A note stating "Academic Renewal Approve [date approved]" will also appear on your transcript.
  • Other institutions may not recognize Academic Renewal. Since your pre-renewal grades appear on your transcript, other institutions may still consider them when determining your eligibility for employment, admission, scholarships, etc.
  • Once granted Academic Renewal, you must maintain Satisfactory Academic Standing and complete at least 30 credit hours after re-admission before being eligible for a baccalaureate degree (even if all other degree requirements have been met).


Academic Standing

We strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with a member of your advising team to figure out a plan to improve your GPA if you are on Academic Warning or any form of Academic Probation

Academic Probation

If your cumulative GPA drops below 2.00, you'll be put on Academic Probation. Once this happens, you'll need to keep your semester GPA above 2.00 for three consecutive semesters to clear yourself of Academic Probation. You will be required to meet with a member of your advising team before registering for classes as long you are on Academic Probation.

Academic Warning

We send out these warnings if your semester GPA was below 2.00 but your cumulative GPA stayed above a 2.00. Make an appointment to meet with your advising team and figure out a plan to keep your cumulative GPA from slipping below 2.00. Alternatively, you can use a GPA calculator. It may be alarming to receive this warning, but it is possible to raise your GPA, and ignoring it won't make it go away. Your advising team is here to help. If you receive an Academic Warning, you will be required to meet with a member of your advising team before registering for classes.

Academic Disqualification

If your semester and cumulative GPAs remain below 2.00, you will not be able to attend FLC the following semester. You may appeal this decision.

Add classes with Supplemental Academic Instruction (SAI) - WebOPUS

Adding a Math set that is not linked: MATH 105/100, MATH 132/102 

  1. Login to WebOPUS.
  2. Select “Student Profile.” 
  3. Select “Registration.”  
  4. Select "Register or Drop Classes” and select the term.  
  5. To enter your search criteria, click the “Subject” field to scroll through subjects or type in the course prefix (i.e., MATH). 
  6. Enter the Main Lecture Course Number (105, 132), not the SAI (100, 101). 
  7. Select “Search.” 
  8. Search the course options to find one that will fit your schedule and select "Add."  
  9. The course will appear on the two bottom panels. The left panel will show you where the course lies on your schedule. The bottom right panel indicates the status summary of the course. Review the left bottom panel to ensure the course fits your schedule. DO NOT SUBMIT. 
  10. Select the green "Search Again" option on the right side of your screen.  
  11. Change the course number to the appropriate SAI course (100, 101) and select "Search." 
  12. Search the course options and select "Add." 
  13. Once again, review the bottom left panel to ensure the SAI course will fit with your schedule.  
  14. Select "Submit." 

Adding a Linked Math or Writing Set: MATH 112/101 and COMP150/100

Courses that require the student to register for specific CRNs when registering for the set:

  1. Login to WebOPUS. 
  2. Select “Student Profile.” 
  3. Select “Registration.”  
  4. Select "Register or Drop Classes” and select the term.  
  5. To enter your search criteria, click the “Subject” field to scroll through subjects or type in the course prefix (i.e., MATH or COMP). 
  6. Enter the Main Lecture Course Number (112,150), not the SAI (101, 100). 
  7. Select “Search.” 
  8. Find a course that fits with your schedule and clicks on the Course Title.  
  9. Select "Corequisites" to see which SAI course is linked. Note: If the course does not list a co-requisite, this is not a course linked to an SAI. You will need to make another selection. 
  10. Copy the CRN for the SAI course and select “Close.” 
  11. Select “Add” to add the main lecture course to your Summary. DO NOT SUBMIT. 
  12. Select “Enter CRNS” located under the “Register for Classes” title. 
  13. Paste the CRN in the CRN field and select “Add to Summary.” 
  14. Scroll through the “Schedule Details” on the bottom left to ensure both classes fit your schedule. 
  15. If the set does not fit: Select “Remove” in the action column for the corresponding courses in the bottom right “Summa
Apply for Graduation - Workday
  • Log in to Workday
  • Select the Academics App
  • On the right-hand side, under "Requests," select "Apply for Program Completion."
  • If you are pursuing multiple programs at once (for example, a certificate and a bachelor’s degree), select which one(s) you plan to complete by checking the box on the left-hand side under "Apply."
  • Check the box next to "Confirm."
  • Select "Submit."
Calendar View of Saved Schedule - Workday

You can preview your anticipated class schedule in a calendar format before registering using your Saved Schedule.

  1. Navigate to the "Academics app" from either the Workday home page "Your Top Apps" box or from the "MENU" at the top left of the Workday portal.
  2. Find the "Registration" section in the right column. Select "View My Saved Schedules" in the task list.
  3. Click into the "Start Date within" field, click "All," and then select the semester term you are registering for.
  4. Click "OK."
  5. Click the "Calendar View" button to view the saved schedule in a calendar view pop-up window.
Course delivery definitions
  • Synchronous: Happens at the same time.
  • Asynchronous: Doesn't happen at the same time.
  • Online: Courses are offered through the Internet using Canvas. 100% of course activity is done online with no required on-campus meetings. Online courses may include optional synchronous online discussions or assignments.
  • Live Online: Faculty and Students meet synchronously via Zoom for all instructional hours; no in-person classroom meetings. Students must be able to meet online during all scheduled classroom times. Live Online courses hold most classes via Zoom but can also include some alternative synchronous and asynchronous online course activity.
  • Hybrid: Combines face-to-face classroom instruction with distance education activities (25-85% required synchronous).
  • Hyflex: Course delivered with fully remote option(s) – synchronous or asynchronous – along with regularly scheduled face-to-face classes, allowing students to transition seamlessly between the two learning environments.
  • Lecture, Lab, or Studio Art: Regular in-person classroom.
Course Withdrawal Deadlines - Spring 2024

Spring 2024

Part of Term Code CW Deadline Courses with CRN(s)
Full Term Courses
1/15/24 - 5/3/24
3/29/24 All Full Term Courses
1/15/24 - 3/1/24
2/16/24 AE 141 (31128)
AE 220 (31131)
AE 230 (31132)
AE 241 (31134)
AE 242 (31135, 31136, 31236, 31237)
AE 243 (31137)
AE 343 (31141)
3/4/24 - 4/26/24
4/12/24 AE 121 (31126, 31127)
AE 201 (31129)
AE 210 (31130)
AE 231 (31133)
AE 301 (31138)
AE 325 (31139)
AE 331 (31140)
2/23/24 First Year Launch (8-week classes)
4/5/24 FLC 101 (31227)
Dates & deadlines
Find your Advisor and Support Contacts - Workday

Your assigned advisor and their contact information are in your Academics app in Workday!

  1. Navigate to the Academics app from the top left MENU in your Workday portal or Your Top Apps on the Workday homepage.
  2. Find the Important Contacts Support Network table. This table lists types of support contacts (Skyhawk Advisor or Faculty Advisor), the student cohort group this contact supports (e.g., Engineering under 60 credits), the name of your contact, and their contact email.
GPA Calculators

Use a GPA calculator to see what grades you need to maintain or repair for your Academic Standing.

Grade replacement

A student who wishes to replace a grade must adhere to the following policies and procedures:

  1. Students must follow all policies regarding the repetition of coursework.
  2. Some courses may be taken more than once for full credit (e.g., some special topics courses, independent studies, and internships); these courses are not eligible for grade replacement.
  3. The semester hours and quality points in repeated courses are counted only once. The highest grade and its corresponding quality points are used to compute the quality point average and meet graduation requirements.
  4. Students can replace a maximum of 3 classes up to 12 credit hours ("cumulative replacement hours") with improved grades earned by repeating courses.
  5. The credit hours associated with each repeated course will count toward the cumulative replacement hours.
  6. Students must complete a Grade Replacement form to initiate the grade replacement process. The form designating specific course grade replacements will be a part of the student's permanent file.
  7. All grade entries remain a part of the student's permanent record.
Incomplete Grades for Students

Considering taking an "Incomplete"? Here's what you need to know:

  • Incomplete Grades are issued at the instructor's discretion -- instructors are not required to allow a student to take an Incomplete for any reason.
  • The instructor can allow you up to one year to complete the outstanding coursework. They are not required to give you the whole year to complete the coursework.
  • If your instructor agrees to let you take an Incomplete, you have the option to fill out the Incomplete Grade Request form.
    • You will outline the agreed-upon terms on the form, including the coursework you need to complete and the time frame for completing it.
    • Both the student and the instructor must sign the form. 
  • An Incomplete will appear on your transcript with an "I" in place of a grade until one of two things happens:
    • You complete the required coursework within the time allowed, and your instructor submits a grade change form to the Registrar's Office. Registrar's Office staff will then replace the "I" on your transcript with the grade assigned by your instructor.
    • You fail to complete the required coursework, so the "I" will be changed to an "F" on your transcript after one year unless approved for an extension.
Independent Study (299)/Individual Study (499)

The Independent Study forms are now available in the Student Resource Center. 

  • Initiating the form: Students must initiate the form through the Student Resource Center. 
  • Filling out the form: Students must complete their personal information upon initiating the form. However, they can complete the rest of the form themselves or have their instructor do it. 
  • Form routing and approval: After the student completes and signs the form, it will be routed to the instructor. Once the Associate Dean approves it, the Registrar will proceed to create the section and register the student as usual.


Leaving or taking a break from FLC

Learn how to leave FLC and the impacts on your transcript, financial aid, and billing. Understand your options, whether you plan to withdraw from all courses now, leave permanently in a future semester, or simply take a break.

Non-Scheduled Course Authorization

The Non-Scheduled Course Authorization forms are now available in the Student Resource Center

Registration Overrides for Students

Instructors can give Registration Overrides for your courses. An instructor override can allow a student to register for a course if:

  • They have not satisfied the prerequisites
  • The course requires instructor's permission
  • And/or if the student does not satisfy a class (first-year, sophomore, etc.) or there is a significant restriction

Starting the first week of the term, the override includes an Override for Capacity.

Talk with your instructor about overriding the registration.

Registration Step 1: Search for Classes - Workday

Course Sections will not be published in Workday for the Fall 2024 Semester until March 25.  

  • To view the course catalog, select View Course Catalog at FLC, located in the Academics app in the MENU on the top left of your Workday portal.
  • This report is under the Academic Advising & Planning section and has filtering options for your browsing needs. You cannot register for classes from this report, but you can see all courses offered at FLC without being bound by a specific semester.  
  • If you want to view classes to build a saved schedule before registering or want to register for courses, access Find Course Sections in the Academics App.   

Watch how to search for courses to register for from Find Course Sections:

  1. Navigate to the Academics app from the top left MENU in your Workday portal or Your Top Apps on the Workday homepage.   
  2. Under the Registration section, select Find Course Sections.  
  3. In the Start Date Within field, type the term and year you would like to browse and click enter to select from the search results (e.g., “Spring 2024”).  
  4. In the Academic Level field, select the academic level type you would like to see (Graduate, Remedial, or Undergraduate)  
  5. Leave the Campus Locations field blank. Click OK.  
  6. Browse courses using the search bar, the filters on the left side, or scrolling through the complete list.
  7. Select the course section name in blue to drill into the course details.   
Registration Step 3: Register for Classes from Saved Schedule - Workday

Adding course sections to a saved schedule does NOT register you for them! To complete registration, you must click the Register button from View My Saved Schedules:  

  1. Navigate to the Academics app from either the Workday home page, Your Top Apps box, or the MENU at the top left of the Workday portal.  
  2. Find the Registration section in the right column. Select View My Saved Schedules in the task list.  
  3. Click into the Start Date within the field, then click All to select the semester term you are registering for.  
  4. Click OK.  
  5.  When your registration window has opened, you will have a blue Start Registration button below your saved schedule to click.  
  6. On the next screen, review your course section selections one more time. Click Register when ready. Click Done.   
  7. Congratulations! You have registered!    

Run a Degree Audit - WebOPUS

The degree audit system helps you keep track of your progress toward a degree. The audit is a snapshot of your academic history and includes all degree requirements, in-progress courses, transfer credits, and more.

  1. Log into WebOPUS
  2. Select "My Student Profile" menu
  3. Select the "My Degree Audit" link
  4. Select the "Open u.achieve Suite" link
  5. Select "Run Declared Programs"
  6. Select "View Audit" (right-hand side)
  7. Begin to review your requirements as you scroll down the page. 

Note: Red = missing requirements; Blue = In-progress to be completed; Green = Completed 

Switch Sections of a Course - Workday

Check out how to drop or swap a course section during registration:

Understand error messages

Errors may appear when adding classes.

  • To resolve error messages, search for additional course options.
  • To remove a class, select Remove under Status, and click Submit.

For the following types of error messages, you may need to contact Skyhawk Station or the Admissions office for help.

  • Student Status prohibits registration: Inactive student status. Contact Skyhawk Station to reactivate.
  • Holds on record: Holds prevent registration. Contact the department that placed the hold. If unresolved, contact Skyhawk Station.
  • Readmission Required: Error may indicate incorrect semester registration. Check the term and contact Admission if returning after time away.

For the following types of error messages, you can contact the instructor for help:

  • Class Restriction: Registration is limited to specific class levels. Contact the instructor for permission, and a faculty override may be required.
  • Time Conflict: Time-conflict overrides are not allowed. Instructors may offer Independent Study credits as alternatives.
  • Field of Study Restriction: Restricted to specific Major/Minor. Contact the instructor for permission, and a faculty override may be required.
  • Instructor Approval: Instructor consent is needed. Contact the instructor for permission, and a faculty override may be required. 
  • Prerequisite Restriction: Course prerequisites must be met. Contact the instructor for permission, and a faculty override may be required.
  • Major Restriction: Restricted to specific Major. Contact the instructor for permission, and a faculty override may be required.

You may need to sign up for a waitlist, complete the overload petition, or choose a different course or section for these errors:

  • Closed Section: The course is full. Join the waitlist if available.
  • Co-Requisite Required: Must register for co-requisite courses simultaneously.
  • Duplicate CRN: Cannot register for the same course twice.
  • Link Error: Lecture and lab courses must be added simultaneously. Change lab sections by dropping the unwanted lab and adding the desired lab.
  • Maximum Hours: Credit limits apply for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Credit Overload Petition required for additional credits.
Using the Academics App - Workday

The Academics App will be your one-stop shop for most common tasks!

Accessing the Academics App: Find the app on the Workday home page under "Your Top Apps" or via the "MENU" button at the top left. Here are some of the tasks you'll complete from the Academics app:

  • View Holds: Check your academic and registration holds.
  • Registration Actions: See actions needed for registration.
  • Registration Appointments: View upcoming registration slots.
  • Class Schedule: Access your current class timetable.
  • Advisor Contacts: Find and contact your advisor.
  • GPA Information: Check your cumulative and Program of Study GPAs.
  • Course Catalog: Browse the course offerings anytime.
  • Schedule Planning: Create a saved schedule for future courses.
  • Class Registration: Register for classes using "Find Course Sections."
  • Academic Progress: View your Academic Progress report and record.
  • Grades: Check your midterm and final grades.
  • Student Resources: Access forms and advisor info at the Student Resource Center.
  • COF Authorization: Request changes to COF Authorization.
  • Program Completion: Apply for completion of your program.
  • Unofficial Transcript: Generate an unofficial transcript.
  • Enrollment Verification: Produce a self-service Enrollment Verification.

View Academic Progress Report -Workday

The Academic Progress Report in Workday will replace the uAchieve audit for monitoring your course and credit accomplishments within your program of study. Access it via the Academics app or your Profile.

From the Academics app:

  1. Go to the Academics app from the MENU at the top left of your Workday portal or from "Your Top Apps" on the homepage.
  2. Under the Academic Advising & Planning header, choose "View My Academic Progress."
  3. Verify your student name and 900# ID in the pop-up, then click "OK."

How to read the report:

  • The report showcases overall academic progress, detailing total and completed credits, credits in progress, and your academic status.
  • The Program of Study section includes major GPA, requirement effective dates, and the last evaluation date.
  • It lists all program requirements, their statuses (satisfied, in progress, not satisfied), remaining requirements, registered courses, academic periods, credit numbers, and final grades.
  • For multiple study programs, each has its own section. Collapse data using the dropdown arrow next to the Program of Study name.

Exporting the Report:

  • Export to Excel: Click the icon resembling a sheet with an 'x' (tooltip: 'Export to Excel'). In the pop-up, hit the "Download" button, and the file will appear in your browser downloads.
  • Export to PDF: Select the PDF icon (tooltip: 'View Printable Version- PDF'). Click "Download" in the pop-up, and the file will be in your browser downloads.

Note: If the Academic Progress report appears incorrect, contact your Advisor for a uAchieve audit verification.

View Upcoming Registration Appointments -Workday

Stay updated with your registration dates and understand your eligible registration windows for future semesters.

  • Access the Academics app via the MENU at the top left of your Workday portal or from "Your Top Apps" on the homepage.
  • Locate the "Upcoming Registration Appointments" table to see your designated registration periods for upcoming semester terms, including the specific date ranges when you can enroll in courses for each term.
When Can I Register in Workday?

Registration will be completed in Workday beginning in the Fall 2024 semester registration period! Summer session registration should be completed in WebOPUS.

Your registration window date range is called a Registration Appointment in Workday. There is no physical appointment necessary.

Registration appointments are your eligible registration date windows for upcoming semester terms and will appear in your Academics app in Workday under the Upcoming Registration Appointments table.

  1. Navigate to the Academics app from the top left MENU in your Workday portal or Your Top Apps on the Workday homepage.
  2. Find the “Upcoming Registration Appointments” table to view the upcoming semester term or terms and the date range of your registration window.

Contact us

Skyhawk Station

Email: skyhawkstation@fortlewis.edu
Phone: 970-247-7301
Drop-in: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday


Skyhawk Station staff will check you in and guide you to a self-service kiosk or connect you with a Skyhawk Specialist or Advisor.