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.
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.
Skyhawk Advisors can help you with GPA questions and degree plans, discuss various options for majors and resources on campus, or other specialized needs.
Madeline earned a degree in Environmental Studies at FLC. She worked as a horseback guide in the greater Yellowstone area for many seasons. In her free time, she skis, bikes, runs, and enjoys the outdoors with her dog, Pumpkin.
Email Madeline at email@example.com.
Annie earned her undergraduate degree in Music and a Master's in English from Abilene Christian University. She claims Houston, Texas, as her hometown. She loves music, plants, and baking.
Email Annie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alec graduated with a degree in Adventure Education from Prescott College, an English for Secondary Education Post-BACC from FLC, and an MA degree in Western Classics from St. John’s College in Santa Fe. He spends his free time climbing and playing the guitar.
Email Alec at email@example.com.
Erika was born and raised in Colorado and received her degree in Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2012. Most recently, she served the Durango community as an early childhood educator. When Erika is not on campus, you can find her on the river rafting, paddle boarding, or splashing around with her dogs.
Email Erika at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evan is from an organic family farm in South Dakota. He graduated from South Dakota State University with a degree in Global Studies. He studied abroad in Guatemala, where he worked on garden farms and learned Spanish.
Email Evan at email@example.com.
Matt is a fifth-generation Texan who lived in Bellingham, Washington, where he taught Fisheries and Aquaculture. He loves making barbecue and has a 15-foot smoker. He is an avid fisherman, hiker, skier, and camper.
Email Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find the full calendar of key dates, including breaks and semester start and end dates.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Important dates for financial aid, registration, course withdrawal, and more.
Use a GPA calculator to see what grades you need to maintain or repair for your Academic Standing.
A student who wishes to replace a grade must adhere to the following policies and procedures:
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.
Instructors can give Registration Overrides for your courses. An instructor override can allow a student to register for a course if:
Starting the first week of the term, the override includes an Override for Capacity.
Talk with your instructor about overriding the registration.
Email: email@example.comPhone: 970-247-7301Drop-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.