The Jacobs School of Music provides an academic advisor for all undergraduate students. Preregistration conferences are held in the middle of each semester for the following semester. Students currently enrolled should have programs planned at that time to speed the registration process. Students should also consult the undergraduate advisor at other times of the year for answers to specific questions or help with individual problems. Indiana University provides a computer-based degree audit system that outlines degree requirements and indicates those courses taken by the student that meet those requirements. This system is available online at all times to students through the university computing system.
Although the Jacobs School of Music provides advising services, it is the student’s responsibility to be acquainted with school rules and regulations and to meet the requirements for the degree as outlined in this bulletin. Any exceptions to the requirements stated in this bulletin must be approved in writing by the dean of the Jacobs School of Music or the director of undergraduate studies, with one copy for the student and one copy for the student’s file.