Registration for Academic/Internship Advisement Sessions is now open. Sign up early to make sure you get a spot! You must attend one of these sessions in order to get an updated plan of study and information about your internship. Drop-in Academic Advising will be available after sessions begin. They will be for students to follow up with the advisor after they've already attended a session to discuss anything that was covered in the session, or to clarify anything on their plan of study (or, as always, if a student is experiencing personal/family problems affecting his/her academic career, military deployment, questions about study abroad, etc). Students who have not attended a session will not have a current plan of study on file, and advisors will not be able to advise them on the spot. If you aren't sure whether or not to use drop-ins, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may be asked to make a separate appointment.
Drop-In Internship Advising times are available. Spring 2019 internship packets were due on September 10th. If you've already applied for an internship (regardless of whether or not you've been accepted), you must attend an Internship Launch Meeting this semester. Summer 2019 internship packets will be available at a later date. Keep an eye on your ISU email to find out when.
Students who are interested in changing their major to CJS are invited to register for an information session. These sessions are designed to give students details about the major program and ask any questions they may have. Students transitioning to a different major should contact the University College Academic Advisement Center to plan their spring/summer 2019 classes.
Have you thought about studying in another country for a semester? Study Abroad will be funding a General Education Scholarship aimed at increasing study abroad participation during students’ sophomore year.