Academic Advising

Get a head start toward earning your degree

Academic advisors are the best resource to guide you toward earning a degree in the School of Health & Human Sciences. They are here to assist you with:

  • Making progress toward degree completion
  • Scheduling classes
  • Navigating school and university resources
  • Understanding policies and procedures
  • Making connections with faculty and staff
  • Finding opportunities for co-curriculum learning including student involvement, volunteering, and more
  • Understanding how to use university academic and career planning tools

Make an appointment

Plan ahead and schedule your next advising appointment with the school's Office of Student Engagement and Success. We are offering limited in-person appointments as well as virtual appointments. Appointments are available Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except the first week of classes for a fall or spring term, when advisors see students on a drop-in basis only.

Get access to the Student Appointment Schedulers (SAS) in One.IU.edu or use the button below. If you need help using the scheduler check out the instructions on the knowledge base website.

Schedule an academic advising session

Virtual drop-ins

No chance to schedule an appointment? Virtual drop-ins are available for quick questions, but should not be used for course planning. Drop in during these times whenever regular classes are in session except during priority registration.

  • Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–noon during the regular semester

Join the drop-in waiting room

Work with a career expert

Discuss career opportunities, get connected with resources, and take control of your career planning.

Planning a meeting to focus on career preparation will put you on a path to success. A career advising appointment can help polish your resume and cover letter, prepare you for your next interview, find internships, and apply for jobs.

Learn more about career advising