Students should maintain a copy of their degree plan and update it at the end of each semester. Bring this degree plan and the proposed schedule to the advisor. Students who do not have a copy of their degree plan may acquire one from the Homeland Security and Criminal Justice department secretary.

It is the student’s responsibility to maintain their degree plan. Anyone having questions about which catalog they are under or whether they should switch catalogs should see an academic advisor to determine their best option.  Any degree plan over 6 years old expires and the student will need to move to a newer version – this may change some of the degree requirements – therefore students are encouraged to complete their degree within the six year time frame.  Students who believe their degree plan has expired should see an advisor promptly to address this situation.

Graduates and Post-baccalaureates

For registration dates for future terms and a link to detailed registration instructions, visit Graduate and post baccalaureate students.


All undergraduates must be advised in order to register.

To determine where you must go to be advised, check your holds on LoboOnLine.  Log into LoboOnLine (Banner Self-Service) with your student ID and PIN.  Select Students, then Student Records, then “View Holds on Your Records”.  If you see “Must See Lobo Den Advisor”, contact the Lobo Den at (432) 837-8982 for an advising appointment.  If you see “Must See Major Advisor”, contact your major department for an advising appointment.  If there are any other holds that prevent registration, you must clear these holds before making an advising appointment.

For registration dates for future terms and for detailed registration instructions, please visit Undergraduate students.

Students should contact their advisors during posted office hours or make an appointment by coming to the HSCJ office or calling the secretary at (432) 837-8166.

  • Ms. Liza Ware  Sophomores and Juniors, Transfer Students and Seniors
  • Ms. Thea Glenn  Sophomores and Juniors
  • Dr. Oguzhan Basibuyuk   Graduate Students

Students are also encouraged to purchase the required text books for each class they are enrolled in.  In order to facilitate student ability to purchase their books, book lists are made available for forthcoming semesters at roughly the same time as registration becomes available.  Students can access the book lists from the following link: SulRoss Book Store

Sul Ross State University also maintains a syllabi database where students can find syllabus for current and past semesters.  Use this database to help find information on various classes including past assignments, course definitions, etc.  Courses