You can find this information on Banner Web/My Info

  • Go to
  • Click on Students
  • Click on Banner Web/My Info
  • Click on Log in to BannerWeb/MyInfo using your NetID
  • Enter your NetID (should look similar to a12b345) and your password.
  • Go to Student Information/Services 
  • Click on Program and Advisor
  • Select the term
  • Your program (major) and advisor are listed on this page

The Advising & Career Center staff is committed to helping students identify and achieve their academic and personal goals.  As the student, you are responsible for the choices you make during your time in college. Advisors can assist your decision making by providing a solid foundation of information and support. Among other things, an advisor can:

  • Identify courses that meet program requirements, pre-requisites for your intended major, and fit with your personal interests and strengths
  • Assist you in collaboration with Career Services in exploring and choosing a major 
  • Help you understand academic probation/warning or suspension and connect you with resources to help you succeed
  • Clarify academic policies and procedures
  • Help you develop an academic plan outlining courses through graduation
  • Discuss your progress towards meeting prerequisite/pre-major requirements for a given major, and suggest alternatives if you are off track.
First begin by exploring the Great Falls College MSU Catalog.  Then ask remaining questions of your advisor(s).
Complete a "Change of Major" form after meeting with your advisor. These forms are available in the Advising & Career Center, Student Central and online.

Students who have difficulty deciding on a major or a career should discuss their concerns with their Advisor. Students that have difficulty in deciding on a career path should utilize the Career Coach. The Career Coach can be located here:

This will depend on what type of hold is on your record.  First, check the type of hold(s) you have by using Banner Web/My Info, and then contact the department to which it is related
Any student whose cumulative GPA falls below a 2.0 in a given semester is placed on academic warning at Great Falls College MSU for the following semester. All students are given at least one semester after being put on academic warning to reach a good academic standing. 
All students enrolled in credit bearing courses who receive less than a 2.0 GPA and have a CPGA below a 2.0 for the second consecutive academic term will be suspended from the College.  Following suspension, students will not be considered for reinstatement until at least one semester (excluding summer) has passed. Readmission must be initiated through the Registrar’s Office by completing the Application for Admission and the Admission Academic Progress Appeal Form. 
You will not earn credit for a course you drop and you may receive a “W” on your transcript. You should meet with Financial Aid and an advisor before dropping a course or withdrawing from the College.
Check the current Academic Calendar located online each semester in order to learn important deadlines and dates.
Students who find it necessary to discontinue all college work before the deadline to drop has passed must complete an official withdrawal. Students planning to withdraw from all classes must consult an advisor in the Advising & Career Center. The Banner Web/My Info system does not allow a student to drop all of his or her classes online; a personal interview is required (in person or on the phone). The advisor will assist the student in completing the required paperwork and discuss the consequences.
Students can view their transcript on Banner Web/My Info and check which requirements they have met by comparing them to the catalog. However, students are encouraged to visit their advisor for an audit.
Students can retake the Accuplacer exam at any time during a semester.  A fee will be charged for each exam taken.  To schedule the Accuplacer, please visit the Testing Center web page located:
Students who are enrolled in at least 12 credits in a given semester are considered full-time students. Students are also encouraged to determine whether their parent or guardian's insurance policies are affected by their full or part time status as a student.
Students who have proven their capability to handle extra credits through previous academic performance are allowed to take additional credits. Interested students must gain permission through their advisor.
Students should submit an official transcript from previously attended colleges or universities to Admissions along with their application. Admissions and Records will review official transcripts and assign appropriate credit.  Grades less than a “C-” for previous course work will not be considered for transfer credit.  Transfer credit will be accepted only as it applies to the student’s declared program of study.

Contact Information

Student Central