Central Academic Advising
JoAnn Hertz, Director of Advising
Central Academic Advising (CAA) serves as a general advising resource and support service for ISU students, faculty, and professional advisors, and as a specialized resource for academic sophomore level students (26 to 57 credits), first semester transfer students, and pre-Social Work majors. Undecided students and students on Academic Warning and Academic Probation also receive support from CAA. CAA advisors provide a wide array of assistance including academic success strategy development, campus resource information and referral, campus policy and procedure clarification, course schedule development, and degree planning guidance.
Online Advising Sessions
Completion of an online advising session is required before course registration is allowed for academic degree seeking freshman, transfer students, and former students prior to their first semester of attendance at Idaho State University. The Fundamentals of Advising and Registration (FAR) session (for freshmen and former students) and the Transfer (TFAR) session (for transfer students) can be found on the Central Academic Advising website:https://www.isu.edu/advising/oas/
Online advising sessions at Idaho State University are not intended to replace direct advising with faculty or professional advisors.