Spring 2021 Schedule Changes and W’s
Any changes to this semester’s course schedules are made through One.IU: Late Drop/Late Add
Drop “W’ Deadlines vary again this semester, and we encourage students to know when important dates are happening. Check out the Registrar’s Calendar to stay informed.Official Academic Calendar
Summer and fall enrollment season is rapidly approaching, and summer enrollment date and times are posted to student accounts. In preparation for your enrollment, take a look at our planning resources and familiarize yourself with the new Student Center.
Course Updates and Transfer Policies
Several Kelley courses are transitioning to new names and numbers, and others are being added! As a result, some transfer courses may no longer count for an I-Core prereq. If planning to enroll in a summer course outside of IU Bloomington, speak to an advisor to ensure the course is still eligible to transfer.
Can’t find a class in the course search? It may have a new name and number, so check in with your advisor to be ready for your enrollment date.
Special note for incoming Fall 2021 students, the following courses now must be taken at IU Bloomington: ECON-B 251, ECON-B 252, BUS-A 304, BUS-A 306
For other important dates and deadlines, refer to the IUB Registrar Calendar
Kelley Advising: From wherever you are
Schedule an appointment with an advisor for a conversation regarding your academic plan and achieving your goals. If you have quick enrollment questions, join us for a Drop-In.
Note: Drop-Ins will be offered during peak continuing student registration times only. Same-day appointments may be available. Please check the events calendar below for updates.
We're here for you.
Kelley’s dedicated team of academic advisors are here to help you explore your interests, choose your path of study, and find success at Kelley and beyond.
Visit us to get your questions answered. The Kelley Undergraduate Academic Advisors are available to you by appointment or via email.
Get the guidance you need, at your convenience.
Whether you just have a quick question or want to sit down and discuss your future, Kelley advisors are your resource for planning your undergraduate journey. See the guide below for the best way to find answers from the Kelley Undergraduate Advising Office.
Staff at the front desk are able to answer many of the questions you might have and provide you with important forms or instructions. Ask them about:
- How to transfer a course to IU Admissions
- How to change your major
- How to declare a minor
- How to find other Kelley offices
- Important dates on the academic calendar
Many of your questions could be answered via email. Send a message to BUSADV@indiana.edu to ask about:
- Adding a business minor
- Transferring credits
- Important dates and deadlines
- General advising questions
Monday through Friday, Kelley offers drop in advising for quick advising questions. Drop-in advising appointments last no more than 15 minutes and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis with any available advisor. Due to the limited time available, one topic is typically addressed at a drop-in advising session, such as:
- Semester schedule changes
- Course planning for one semester in the future
- Minor advising
Made ahead of time with a specific advisor, 30-minute academic advising appointments allow students to have a more in depth conversation with an advisor. Advising appointments are necessary if you have more complex questions or concerns, such as:
- 4-year / graduation planning
- Academic goal setting (e.g., incorporating honors, study abroad, and student organizations into overall academic plan)
- Major and career exploration
- Major and co-major planning and sequencing
- Concerns about academic success
Make the most of Kelley Advising, come prepared.
Your advising experience will be most successful if you plan ahead. Here’s what you can expect when you come to drop-in hours at the advising office.
- Drop-in advising allows a student to come in at their desired time, but students are seen on a first come, first served basis. You may have to wait—plan accordingly! Wait times can reach 30–60 minutes during the first two weeks of the semester and during enrollment season.
- While your advisor will help you plan your course of study, he or she will not actually enroll you. You will need to enroll on your own.
- Come prepared with questions and a list of items to be accomplished during the meeting.
- Be professional in person and through email correspondence.
- Check your IU email frequently for important deadlines and updates.