Undergraduate Academic Programs
Advising & Registration
Because the advisor-student relationship is so beneficial to the student's academic progress and career planning, School of Public Health - Bloomington students are required to meet with their assigned School of Public Health - Bloomington academic advisors before registering for classes each term. During these meetings, a student and advisor identify the courses in which the student will enroll for the following term. The resulting semester schedule is recorded in the student information system's ADRX advising contacts system. When the prescribed schedule is entered into ADRX, the advisor will contact the School of Public Health - Bloomington records office, and the student will be given clearance to register. (Additional registration information is available at http://studentcentral.indiana.edu/register/index.shtml.)
Online academic advisement reports and degree requirement tab sheets are two effective tools used by advisors and students to track academic progress. Academic advisement reports (AAR's) are available to admitted Indiana University students at https://onestart.iu.edu/. AAR's allow Indiana University students to view their completed and enrolled course credits in a context that shows completed academic program requirements, as well as those requirements that remain unfinished. In addition, the academic program requirements in this bulletin are reproduced with extra academic advising information on degree requirement tab sheets.The degree requirement tab sheet for each academic program specifies such requirements as total credit hours needed for completion of the degree, courses to be taken, GPA requirements, and suggested electives in an abbreviated format. This document also includes course sequencing information for each bachelor's degree program. Degree requirement tab sheets may be viewed at the degrees and majors portion of the School of Public Health - Bloomington Website. These advising tools are used by students and their academic advisors to guide the selection of courses and monitor progress. Adhering to stated requirements is the student's responsibility.