Navigating through your academic life may, at times, seem challenging. It definitely can be! Fortunately, Ball State University has prepared for your arrival in advance whether you are a freshman, upper division student, transfer student, nontraditional student, honors student, or student athlete. Academic advisors at Ball State are personal, professional, and prepared to give you the advice and resources you need to successfully map a journey that leads to your graduation.
advisors are meeting with students remotely through video conference
(WebEx), phone, or email during the Fall Semester 2020. You have full access to your advisor through these contact
methods and through AVISO (my.bsu.edu).
Additionally, the Freshman Advising Center and Upper Division Advising
Center will post announcements and updates on Twitter (@bsu_advising).
All first-year students and freshmen at Ball State are required to review Pre-Registration Advising Information prior to meeting with their academic advisor and planning a Spring 2021 class registration.
The Pre-Registration Advising Information provides will you with details regarding:
- who will help you plan spring classes
- tracking academic progress through DegreeWorks
- how many classes you should take in the spring
- when and how you can register for spring classes
Once you have reviewed the Pre-Registration Advising Information, you should schedule a remote appointment with your academic advisor to discuss Spring 2021 registration and your academic progress. Advisors will conduct spring registration advising appointments through early November.
To schedule a remote advising appointment, log into AdvisorTrac (myBSU
) with your Ball State username and password. If needed, an AdvisorTrac video tutorial