Currently academic advisors will meet with students remotely (WebEx, email, or phone). Although you will not be meeting one-on-one in the office, you will still continue to have full access to your advisor through email, phone, and online (AVISO: Additionally, the Freshman Advising Center and Upper Division Advising Center will continue to have resources available on this website and announcements/updates on Twitter (@bsu_advising). 

Have questions about Advising?

Check out the Advising FAQ page, AdvisorTrac tutorial video, DegreeWorks video, and the Advising Handbook.

Navigating through your academic life may, at times, seem challenging.  It definitely can be!  Fortunately Ball State 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 you need and the resources you will use to successfully map a journey that leads to your graduation.

Our goal is to make all of our materials and services accessible. Please inform staff of accessibility barriers you encounter, and request accommodations that will make activities and information resources accessible to you.