Advising Structure at ISU
Academic advising is a key part of Idaho State University's commitment to helping students achieve academic success. Advisors communicate accurate and timely information about degree programs, courses, resources, University policies and procedures, and career opportunities intended to help students achieve their educational goals.
Students should meet with an advisor every semester to stay on track to graduation. Department advisors help students develop & maintain an educational degree plan (MAP); keep abreast of departmental information; find research opportunities; connect with internships; and become aware of potential scholarships.
Coordinates general academic advising services and support for the ISU community of students, faculty, and staff.
Provides priority advising for freshmen, sophomores, transfer students, students on probation and pre-Social Work majors. Also advise sophomore, junior, and senior students who are undecided about a major.
COT Student Services
The College of Technology (COT) is the primary advisor for students pursuing a technology degree or certificate.