At Ivy Tech we want all our students to make well-informed decisions as they progress towards the completion of their academic goals. The best way to accomplish this is for you to meet with an Academic Advisor!
Make an appointment today and get started on the right foot.
Our Advisors will be your guide as you determine which courses to take each semester. If your goal is to transfer to a four-year college or university, our advisors will help you with that too!
Because we want to ensure that all our students have the best possible experience at Ivy Tech, we require all students to meet with an advisor to build an Academic Completion Plan. This plan will be your guide to course selection through the completion of your college degree! Working with your advisor to create and, if necessary, edit your plan could save you time and money.
Click on your campus dropdown at the bottom of this page for more information on meeting with an advisor at your campus.
Advising Resources and FAQ
Check below for helpful advising resources and FAQs to provide answers to important questions you may have about advising at Ivy Tech.
Resources for Current Students:
Work through your Academic Completion plan, advising appointments and class registration.
Find my Advisor
To find your advisor's name, log in to MyIvy and click Student > Student Dashboard. Scroll to the Academic Profile section, select your current term in the dropdown menu and your advisor's name and an email link will display at the bottom. You can also look up your advisor's contact information in our Whitepages.
Need help figuring out your GPA and/or how to improve it?
As you plan out your college career with your Ivy Tech advisor you can use this tool to help you consider your semester load.
Required Advising FAQ
Still have questions about required advising and PINS at Ivy Tech? Check out our helpful FAQ.
Whether you're new to college or just need to brush up on your skills, check out our study tips.
If you feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you face, if you have test anxiety, or trouble taking notes, make sure you visit your regional Tutoring Center and/or talk to your Academic Advisor.
We offer students a variety of free workshops on a wide range of subjects all aimed towards helping you be successful in your college studies.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Required Advising work?
What if I forgot or lost my PIN?
What Can I Expect During My Advising Appointment?
What Can I Expect During Future Appointments?