Questions about academic regulations or registration should be directed
Office of Registration and Records
Idaho State University
P.O. Box 8196
Pocatello, Idaho 83209
You must apply and be accepted for admission. Contact the Office of Enrollment Planning and Academic Services for referral to a registration advisor.
You must apply for and be accepted for admission. After notification of admittance you should make an appointment with your major advisor.
If you are a former student who attended within the last two years, you may be eligible to enroll without readmission. However, if your program of study requires admission, you must first be admitted by the department of your major. Also, if any prior restrictions exist, they must be cleared. You are required to provide the Office of Admissions with current address, telephone number, major, and a list of any university or college you have attended and have not previously reported. Thus, you are encouraged to contact the Office of Admissions to indicate your intent to re-enroll. Former students not enrolled for two years must be re-admitted. Once accepted make an appointment with your major advisor.
Students who major within the College of Engineering, selected departments within the College of Health Professions, and the College of Pharmacy must see their advisor before attempting to register. Pre-registration for all students will be conducted for approximately two weeks before the end of each semester. Questions concerning registration should be directed to the Office of Registration and Records.
Registration is not permitted after the second week of classes. A department, with the deans permission, may deny permission to register in any class or laboratory after the first week in cases of special difficulty where make-up work is concerned.
Students are expected to know academic requirements and policies and to assume major responsibility for planning their individual programs of study in accordance with requirements and policies. This information is listed in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Class schedule booklets for the next semester will be available through the Office of Registration and Records prior to the pre-registration period at the end of each semester.