Orientation will be held virtually using the Moodle Platform. Students will receive access to the orientation modules starting from August 10th, 2020, with new events posted every day until the 13th. A Zoom Open House on the 14th @ 3 p.m. where you can ask questions to a panel of your advocates at ISU will cap off orientation week.
Log in to Moodle using your Idaho State University 4x4 (first four letters of your last then first four letters of your first name, e.g. doejane, and ISU password) after clicking the button below.
Greetings Incoming Graduate Students!
Get in the know with all your department and ISU has to offer by signing in for the New Graduate Student Orientation.
NGSO 2020 Agenda & Resources
The below information is a quick guide to events that will be hosted through Moodle.
Informational Sessions & Engagement:
Students will be able to participate in forums on Moodle in the following activites from August 10, 2020- August 14, 2020. Make sure to log on to Moodle to engage with these valuable information sessions:
Welcome & Introductions
Mandatory Training (Title IX, FERPA)
Bengal Community Resources
Live Workshops (Imposter Syndrome, etc)
3:00 pm Welcome/New Graduate Student Orientation
- Reception -
3:05 pm MC Welcome
3:08 pm Welcome Video - New Graduate Students
3:10 pm Dean's Remarks - Dr. Adam Bradford
3:15 pm Introduction of the Staff
3:20 pm FERPA
3:25 pm Title IX - Melissa Millican, Interim Title IX Coordinator
3:35 pm Faculty/ Student Panel
4:25 pm Closing Remarks
Title IX Quick information
Find out all the events and opportunities we have this year!
Learn what you can do to assist your educational goals.
Welcome international students! Here are some resources and opportunities to help make your transition easier.
We offer writing clinic hours for help with both ESL graduate students and students needing assignments to be reviewed.
A quick step-by-step guide for how to register for classes if you haven't already!
Join us for our live Faculty/ Student Panel, moderated by Dr. Tracy Collum, Associate Dean of the Graduate School
Dr. Gabriel Bargen Faculty CRCS Communication Sciences & Disorders
Dr. Mustafa Mashal Faculty COSE Civil & Environmental Engineering
Dr. Neil Tocher Faculty BUS Business
Donovan Caufield Student CRCS Physical Therapy.DPT
Kailey Murphy Student CRCS Audiology.AUD
Tips for working from home:
New to virtual learning? Check out these resources:
August 21st, 2020 @ 3 pm