2023-2024 Student Academic BLUEprint 
    
    Jun 23, 2024  
2023-2024 Student Academic BLUEprint [Archived]

Advising


Advising Coordinator Office Locations

College/Deparment Contact Office Location Email Telephone
University Student Success and Advising Center University Student Success and Advising Center Normal Hall ISU-UC@indstate.edu (812) 237-3940
College of Arts and Sciences Associate Dean’s Office Stalker Hall 209 ISU-hhs@indstate.edu  (812) 237-2411
Scott College of Business Student Services Federal Hall 124

business@indstate.edu

(812) 237-2000
Bayh College of Education Academic Advising University Hall 109 ISU-ess@indstate.edu (812) 237-3131
College of Health and Human Services Associate Dean’s Office Arena Rm 407

ISU-hhs@indstate.edu

(812) 237-3117
School of Nursing Nursing Student Affairs CHHS A-312 ISU-hhs@indstate.edu (812) 237-2316
Bailey College of Engineering and Technology Student Services BCET TC 101 ISU-CollegeOfTechnologyDeansOffice@indstate.edu (812) 237-3977
Exploratory Studies University Student Success and Advising Center Normal Hall ISU-UC@indstate.edu (812) 237-3940

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advisement PIN 

Students requiring an advisement PIN must obtain the number from their advisor. The following students do not require an advisement PIN to register and will not be prompted for an advisement PIN:

  • Undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have 60 or more earned hours
  • Undergraduate non-degree students
  • Graduate students who are in good academic standing
  • Graduate unclassified students

Initial advisement PIN assignments are generated in October for Spring priority registration and in March for Summer and Fall priority registration.  PIN assignments are generated based on students’ completed earned hours and academic standing. 

All new, incoming transfer students will be assigned an advisement PIN their first semester. 

Change of Major/Minor/Concentration

*Students should initiate a change of major/minor/concentration through the college of their current major. Additional information can be found online here.

Philosophy for the First Year

The first year of college is the foundation for the personal, academic, and professional growth and success of engaged student learners. Within a climate of mutual respect, students and teachers participate collaboratively in the cooperative enterprises of inquiry, learning, scholarship and creative achievement, and service.

Goals for Students for the First Year

  1. Gain the confidence, competence, and commitment necessary to progress toward degree completion;
  2. Develop a foundation for building life-long learning skills, including critical thinking, communication, problem-solving, leadership, analytical reasoning, and interpersonal skills;
  3. Participate in educational and social opportunities designed to facilitate the transition of new students into the intellectual, cultural, and social milieu of the University community;
  4. Realize roles and responsibilities as members of the University community of learners;
  5. Develop meaningful connections within the University community to achieve their educational, social, and personal potential;
  6. Increase the awareness of values and beliefs;
  7. Accept the obligation of educated persons to be participatory citizens;
  8. Increase the realization of, appreciation for, and respect for diversity and multicultural perspectives.

Academic Support for Student Athletes

The Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes provides and monitors tutorial services, study hall, and mentoring for all student-athletes. It carefully monitors the academic progress of student-athletes for graduation, NCAA reporting, and NCAA and Missouri Valley Conference eligibility purposes as well. Student-athletes enroll in sections of UC 110, a course focused on student success, that is specifically focused on the unique needs of this population. The Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes participates in Life Skills developed by the NCAA, which is designed to provide a smooth transition from high school to college and from college to professional life for student-athletes.