Central Academic Advising provides Freshman and Undecided Sophomores at ISU with information about campus resources, offers assistance with schedules and degree planning, clarifies campus policies and procedures, and serves as a general resource for the student body.
ISU Central Academic Advising (CAA) Mission Statement: Central Academic Advising provides ISU students access to informed and experienced academic advisors who employ developmental principles to educate, guide, and encourage students in their efforts toward achieving realistic, useful, and desired academic and personal goals.
Spring Break March 23rd - 27th
We at Central Academic Advising hope you have a safe and enjoyable spring break!
15h Annual Women and Work Conference
Hosted by ISU Center for New Directions, the Women and Work Conference will be held March 4, 2015 from 8:00am to 2:30pm in the PSUB. For more information, visit http://www.isu.edu/cnd/womenworkconference/index.shtml
Join an Anxiety Management Group
The ISU Counseling and Testing Service is offering Anxiety Management groups! The sessions are held each week for four weeks. All currently enrolled ISU students are eligible The sessions will help with understanding how anxiety impacts day-to-day life, and with developing strategies to reduce anxiety symptoms. For more information, or to sign up, please contact the ISU Counseling and Testing Service at (208) 282-2130 or visit Graveley Hall South, Room 351.
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|The Advisor Student Reference Manual|
|ISU Student Handbook|
|Current ISU Undergraduate Catalog|