The Medieval and Renaissance Studies program offers personal guidance to students as they navigate the major and minor. The Associate Director (who is also the Director of Undergraduate Studies) will follow each student through to graduation, helping majors to formulate academic goals, to make plans for achieving them, and to solve any problems encountered or anticipated. Majors and minors should meet with the Associate Director prior to preregistration each semester as needed:
Dr. Michael Cornett
Associate Director, CMRS
340B Trent Hall (third floor of Trent Hall, just as you exit the elevator)
For an extremely handy website that brings together all the information on undergraduate curricular policies and requirements, see Academic Policies and Procedures for Undergraduates (T-Reqs).
For those majors wanting to complete an honors thesis, it is especially important to meet with the Associate Director sometime early in your junior year to plan this project. See the requirements and procedures for Graduating with Distinction.
For lots of useful advising information on Trinity College requirements and regulations, where you can find answers to many common questions, see the Trinity College list of advising links.