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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
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|The Advisor Student Reference Manual|
|ISU Student Handbook|
|Current ISU Undergraduate Catalog|