Advisement Do I need to take a foreign language? How do I change my academic pathway? How can I find job and internship opportunities? How do I appeal my final grade? Who can assist students in selecting their courses? What are the consequences of withdrawing (dropping) a class? Do I have an assigned advisor? How many units can I take during the summer? Can I repeat a course that I have not passed? How do I calculate my grade point average? How can I make an appointment to see an advisor? Why am I on academic warning, probation, or suspension? What is a MAP? How do I know which electives to take? What are the advantages of having a My Academic Plan (MAP) What does it mean when my grade is W How do I log in to Navigate? How do I look at the different options in my To-Dos and Events? Can I schedule an appointment with my advisor in Navigate? How do I change my Navigate notification settings? Can I opt out of Navigate text messaging later if I change my mind? What are the different features of Navigate? When I am in Navigate Major Explorer, what do I do? What do I do when my recommended careers are shown in Navigate? Will selecting a favorite major in Major Explorer change my major or program of study in Navigate or MDConnect? I submitted a change for my program of study and am not seeing the new program displayed in Navigate. When can I expect to see that updated? Who do I contact if I have additional questions about Navigate? What messages will I receive in Navigate? Am I able to customize my path? How do I use the Study Buddy feature? How can the Resources in Navigate help me? Can I view my schedule in Navigate? Can I view my MAP (My Academic Plan) in Navigate? How do I know if my classes were paid for by financial aid? How to log in to Blackboard Collaborate Ultra: How can I register for a Department Consent course? What is the difference between a class drop and a withdrawal? How do I apply to the Bachelor program? How do I apply to a program offered at Medical Campus? I have a hold on my account. Which department should I see to address it?