Skip to Main Content
Idaho State University

Be Advised

Be advised before you register for spring 2020 semester.

Successful students meet with an advisor prior to their Class Level Registration date to review progress toward graduation, to make academic plans for next semester, and be ready to register for courses!

Be Sure To Check and:

The Spring 2020 Class Schedule will be available to view online on Monday, October 21st, 2019.

Online registration begins at 12:01am for each class level:

  • Senior, Graduate, Post-Baccalaureate (90+ Credits)            Monday - November 4th
  • Junior, (58-89 Credits)                                                               Wednesday - November 6th
  • Sophomore, (26-57)                                                                    Friday - November 8th
  • Freshman (and non-degree seeking)                                       Monday - November 11th

Meeting with an advisor or scheduling an advising appointment each semester is the best way to stay on track to graduate.

The benefits of advising are many and include:

  • Direct student contact with faculty from their chosen discipline
  • Access to up-to-date information from the department
  • Assistance with creating a for long-range degree completion
  • Opportunity to expand discipline knowledge on an informal basis
  • Referrals and invitations to relevant learning opportunities outside of the classroom

To find your Advisor:

  1. Log on to BengalWeb
  2. Select Academic Tools from the menu
  3. Go to the Registration Tools Channel
  4. Select My Registration and Schedule Information (My Profile)

Advising Responsibilities

Students expect advisors to:

  • Provide pertinent information
  • Be accessible
  • Encourage educational engagement
  • Assist with attaining educational goals

Advisors expect students to:

  • Schedule an advising session each semester
  • Read the catalog & relevant website information
  • Be prepared and bring questions to the advising session
  • Assume final responsibility for course scheduling, program planning and the successful completion of graduation requirements