Student Services Concierge
Indiana State University has designed the Students Services Concierge especially for admitted ISU online learners. If you have encountered problems that are keeping you from moving forward with your educational goals, our Concierge is here to assist in any way that we can.
The Student Services Concierge can provide services and resources for both undergraduate programs and graduate programs to keep you informed of the criteria associated with each of the programs. We can advocate for you with academic departments, administrative offices, and other people on campus.
Contact the Student Services Concierge at (812) 237-2345 or IndianaStateOnline@indstate.edu
At Indiana State University, certain software and technology are required or recommended to help you complete course tasks and activities more efficiently. For important information on minimum requirements and software, see Indiana State Technology Requirements.
Sycamore Express provides information and assistance with academic options, billing and finances, financial aid, graduation, registration, scholarships, and other University services and resources.
Cunningham Memorial Library
- Library information for distance students
- Distance learning LibGuide
- Library research guides (many topics)
- Math & Writing Center
The Career Center is available to all Indiana State students. They offer advising on resumes and can perform mock phone interviews. They will assist in post degree employment search and with facilitating internship opportunities while taking classes. The career center wants to help make your dream job a reality. Visit www.indstate.edu/career-center and see what they have to offer you.
Time Management Tools
It may be helpful to schedule time to work on your online course, as if it were a face-to-face course meeting at regular times. Schedule hour blocks using this Daily Schedule Excel Template or your Outlook Calendar associated with your email account so you can concentrate on your course activities.
Distance Education Guidelines
Although online courses can be just as rigorous and beneficial as face-to-face classes, there are also additional concerns related to time, workload, academic integrity, online etiquette, and personal responsibilities. Please review the Indiana State Distance Education Guidelines established for students and faculty to better prepare yourself for the demands of online learning.