Declaring the Astrophysics Major
Once you have decided to declare the Astrophysics major you will need to complete the following steps (please note that this is a brief overview and full major declaration info can be found on the L&S Advising Website):
Declaring as Single Major
To declare as a single major, print and complete the Major Declaration form. Bring this form to Dexter Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org) in 501E Campbell Hall, for approval signature. You may also wish to schedule a meeting with Dexter to review course plans and requirements.
Declaring as Double/Triple Major
To declare Astrophysics as part of a double/triple major, print and complete the Double Major Declaration Form. Advisers in both major departments must sign the form; the Astronomy adviser, Dexter Stewart (email@example.com) is located in 501E Campbell Hall. (Currently the form only has space to list two majors; if you are declaring three majors make sure you still write in the third.)
After obtaining signatures from each adviser you are required to schedule a 30-minute meeting with an L&S College adviser to review your plans; make sure to take the completed and signed Double Major Declaration form with you to your meeting. We suggest scheduling this meeting ahead of time to expedite the process, as meeting slots tend to fill up quickly and same-day meetings are hard to schedule.
College of Letters and Sciences (L&S)
Please visit the College of L&S Homepage for contact information and more information pertaining to the declaration of majors and advising.