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Family Orientation

Welcome from Family Programs

Welcome From Family Programs

Family Orientation is designed to provide you with the information and resources needed to help support your student in their transition to Indiana State. We encourage you to view the below videos prior to your Family Orientation program date, in order to learn more about the services and resources available to your student. When your student registers you to attend Family Orientation, you will receive more information in your email about the virtual Family Orientation program.

 

Sycamores Care - Getting Help for Your Student

Sycamores Care - Getting Help for Your Student

On-Campus Safety

On-Campus Safety
Rave Gaurdian App

Academic Expectations for Your Student

Academic Expectations - Advice from University College

What is Academic Standing?

Academic Expectations - Advising and Academic Standing

Advice for Families from University College

Academic Expectations - Advice from University College

Understanding the ISU Portal and MySam

Academic Expectations - MyISU Portal, MySam, and Campus Resources

Campus Resources for Success

Academic Expectations - MyISU Portal, MySam, and Campus Resources

Student Employment and Internships

Career Center & Student Employment
 

Understanding Financial Aid & Scholarships

Fans and Scholarships
 

Understanding Your Student's Bill and Payment Plans

Understanding Your Student's Bill and Payment Plans
 

Proxy & Account Suite - Receiving Access to Your Student's Records

Proxy, Account Suite, and Receiving Access to Your Student Records

Mental and Physical Wellness Resources at ISU

Mental and Physical Wellness Resources at ISU
 

The Importance of Involvement

Importance of Student Involvement On Campus

Dining On-Campus

Commuter & Residential On-Campus Dining Plans
 

Where to Study and Events On-Campus (Commuter Life)

Parking On Campus, Where to Study, Events, and Living at Home

Living with Your College Student (Commuter Life)

Parking On Campus, Where to Study, Events, and Living at Home

Parking On Campus

Parking On Campus, Where to Study, Events, and Living at Home

What to Expect for Move-In (Residential Life)

Residential Life - Living On-Campus and What to Expect for Move-In

Living On-Campus (Residential Life)

 Residential Life - Living On-Campus and What to Expect for Move-In

What my Student Needs to Live in the Residence Halls (Residential Life)

Residential Life - Living On-Campus and What my Student Needs to Live in the Residence Halls

 

Contact Information

Debbie Barber
Assistant Director, New Student Transition Programs
Family and Parent Programs
ISU-FamilyPrograms@indstate.edu
Welcome Center, Room 217

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