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.
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Did you know?
That the Counseling and Testing Service is open throughout the summer for students enrolled in summer term?
If you are struggling with concerns such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, academic difficulties, test anxiety, stress, sleep concerns, self-esteem issues, needing sexual orientation and gender identity support, or having thoughts of suicide or self-harm, contact the Counseling and Testing Service at (208) 282-2130.
The Service is located in 351 Graveley South, and is open Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm
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|The Advisor Student Reference Manual|
|ISU Student Handbook|
|Current ISU Undergraduate Catalog|