Undergraduate Studies

Academic Advising

Entering students are assigned professional advisors based on his/her intended major. Exploratory students, or students without a declared major, are assigned to advisors who are knowledgeable about a variety of majors and can help guide the decision making process. During peak advising loads like pre-registration, students are invited to make their appointments early to ensure getting in to the classes they need.

Academic advising is a shared responsibility between the student and the advisor. Students are expected to be prepared for their advising appointment by selecting a tentative schedule of classes to discuss with his/her advisor. Advisors will provide accurate and timely information to students to help them explore life, careers, and academic plans and goals.

Your Student Center at one.iu.edu allows you to access your student records online. You can look up course offerings, check your schedule, look up your grades, print an unofficial transcript, monitor your progress in fulfilling degree requirements, check your bursar account, look up your financial aid, or change your address.

Two-tier Advising

  • Professional Advisors
  • Faculty Advisors

On-line Tools

  • Academic Advisement Report (AAR), including What-if AAR
  • Degree Maps
  • Student Planner

More information regarding advising can be found at http://www.ius.edu/advising/.

Academic Bulletins

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