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Advising Resources

  • My.IllinoisState.edu

    My Illinois State is the web portal for Illinois State students. You can access your degree requirements, student account information, course registration, email, and more at My.IllinoisState.edu.

  • Math Tutoring Center

    The Math Tutoring Center is located in Stevenson 330.

  • Course Catalog

    Course sequencing is an important part of academic planning and the University Catalog is an excellence resource for general education requirements, IAI courses, course descriptions, and course pre-requisites. Be sure to confirm your catalog year with your advisor.

  • University College

    Tutoring, workshops, student communities, and support programs are available through University College.

  • Chemistry Tutoring

    The Department of Chemistry offers drop-in tutoring for many of its courses in the Chemistry Resource Room (Julian Hall 215). There is a posted schedule listed on the door. The Department also has a list of private tutors available in the main office.

  • Student Access and Accommodation Services

    Any student needing to arrange a reasonable accommodation for a documented disability should contact Student Access and Accommodation Services at Fell Hall 350, (309) 438-5853 (voice) or (309) 438-8620 (TTY).

  • ALEKS Math Placement Test

    The ALEKS Math Placement Exam is a web-based test that determines which math courses you are eligible to take at Illinois State University and does not need to be taken in a proctored environment.

  • Academic Calendar

    The registration schedule, deadlines to add/drop or withdraw from classes, and University closures are posted online on the Illinois State University Academic Calendar. It is encouraged to speak with your academic advisor and financial aid advisor before making changes to your schedule.

  • Transfer Transcripts

    If you complete coursework at another institution, you will need to send your final transcripts to ISU.

  • Career Services

    The mission of Career Services is to assist student with developing, evaluating, and/or implementing career, education, and employment decisions. Career advisors are available to help students create a resume, prepare for an interview, explore other majors, and find internship/job opportunities. The career advisor for Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Chemistry Teacher Education students is Megan Kayfish.