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Central Academic Advising



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.


Make sure to check out the short-term study abroad program!

The trips last between one week and 20 days, and are coupled with a three-to-six credit course in which students learn about the language, food, and customs of the country they are visiting.

For additional information, contact program director Lori Warren at warrlori@isu.edu or call 208.282.2943.


BE Advised! COMPASS Testing Fee Change

Effective January 12th, 2015 the fee for COMPASS testing will increase to $12.



EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PURSUING MEDICAL SCHOOL:

February 4th (Wed.) at noon, Javier Gonzales, a third year medical student will be on campus to answer questions about medical school, application processes, and other aspects of pursuing medicine. Javier is a student at University of Washington School of Medicine.

This Q&A will take place in the Gale Life Sciences Building in Room 271.

Please RSVP to hlthprof@isu.edu








Current Reference Material
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The Advisor Reference Manual The Advisor Student Reference Manual
ISU Student Handbook ISU Student Handbook
ISU Undergraduate Catalog Current ISU Undergraduate Catalog