Students who have a declared Criminal Justice Sciences major and have earned at least 24 hours are advised by the Criminal Justice Sciences Advisor. General and first-year students who wish to declare a criminal justice sciences major are advised in University College Academic Advisement or through the Honors Program until they are admitted into the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences.
You must schedule an Advisement Experience Session each semester. These are small group advisement sessions where you will receive an updated plan of study, cover your graduation requirements, time to graduation, information on student involvement, study abroad, and provide internship and career information.
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Advisement Experience Sessions for First-Semester Students: Are you a first-semester transfer student or an ISU student just admitted to the major? Be sure to register for this special session that will continue your transition to ISU and Criminal Justice Sciences.
Advisement Experience Session for Students with 90 or more Hours Exception: Students completing summer/fall 17 internships do not attend an Advisement Experience Session - they must attend an Internship Launch Meeting instead.
Other than an Academic Experience Session, when should I see my Advisor?
If you didn't find your question or issue on this list, call (309) 438-7626 and inquire if you should come in for a walk-in appointment.