From your first day at Ball State, academic advisors will be available to help you plan your course of study, schedule classes, stay on track with degree requirements, and achieve your educational goals. They're here to support you.
As you progress in our program, there will be times when you’ll need to meet with your academic advisors for guidance. Seniors meet with their advisors on a quarterly basis. It's important that you establish professional relationships with our faculty and staff early in your program.
Learn more about academic advising resources at Ball State.
The following advising documents are provided to help anthropology majors with course selection and the completion of their degree.
Please use these documents to help plan your major: anthropology undergraduate handbook; anthropology major options; example of 8 semester plan.