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Student Services Office (SSO)

College of Business students receive program of study information in the Student Services Office. Sophomores and a few upperclassmen are advised by the academic advisors Allen Lindsay, Director;Judith Brewer, Assistant Director; and Bobbie Bakker, in the Student Services Office. The USSO is located in Federal Hall, Room 124 of the Scott College of Business.

Freshmen students are advised in the University College and Upperclassmen are assigned a faculty advisor prior to their junior year.

The primary objectives of the USSO are to:

  • Advise pre-business students (students are transferred to faculty advisors at the beginning of their junior year), new transfer students, and students with academic problems.
  • Oversee the New Transfer Student Advising and Registration Program (NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION) for the College of Business.
  • Help students make changes to majors and minors (NEW)
  • Serve as student services liaison with all other units on campus.
  • Prepare senior checkouts.
  • Certify completion of requirements for graduation.
  • Evaluate transfer credit.
  • Advise Distance Education, Transfer, and DegreeLink students in the Scott College of Business
  • Oversee Degree Audit Report System (DARS) and MySAM implementation.
  • Recruit students by meeting with them visiting high school advisors and teachers and communicating with prospects and admitted students.
  • Assess the quality of advising in the Scott College of Business.
  • Answer faculty advisor questions.


Student Services Office Reminders

Scott College of Business Admissions (COBA) - Core Critical Path. This can also be downloaded as a PDF.




  • ‘What Would You Do?’ is focus of 12th annual Ethics Conference

    ‘What Would You Do?’ is focus of 12th annual Ethics Conference

    Students can register for the Ethics Conference at Those who pre-register by Feb. 24 and confirm their attendance to the keynote luncheon, will receive a free lunch. The first 200 students to register will get a free T-shirt.
  • Smithsonian scientist to speak on Feb. 17

    Smithsonian scientist to speak on Feb. 17

    Richard Potts, head of the Smithsonian Institution’s Human Origins Program, will discuss paleoanthropology and environmental effects on human evolution during the first Wittman Speaker Series talk at 4 p.m. in Science Building, room 012 at Indiana State.
  • Sycamores to bring French play to stage Feb. 22-26

    Sycamores to bring French play to stage Feb. 22-26

    The comedy, which raises questions about art and friendship among long-time friends, will be performed 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22-Feb. 25 and 4 p.m. Feb. 26 in Dreiser Theater.


February 21, 2017
Brian McLeish - State Farm Circle of Influence Speaker

<< See Sales and Negotiations Center >>

February 23 - 25, 2017
University of Toledo Invitational Sales Competition

<< See Sales and Negotiations Center >>

February 28, 2017
Ethics Panel Discussion

<< See Ethics page >>

March 1, 2017
Ethics Conference. What would You do? #WWYD

<< See Ethics Conference pages >>

March 14, 2017
Washington D.C. Alumni Reception

<< See Events page >>

March 15, 2017
Networks’ 13th Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, D.C.
<< See NFI pages >>

March 27, 2017
Chris Westfall, National Elevator Pitch Champion

<< See Sales and Negotiations Center >>

April 28, 2017
College Honor Day

May 20 - 29, 2017
FGV Empreza Residential Program

October 21, 2017