Priority Registration dates are based on Completed/Earned Hours (does not include current credit hours).
November 3 -- November 28: Graduate Students, Seniors, Honors Students, Senior-Athletes, and Junior-Athletes
November 6 -- November 28: Juniors and Sophomore-Athletes
November 10 -- November 28: Sophomores and Freshmen-Athletes
November 13 -- November 28: Freshmen
Begins at 6:30 AM on these dates
Remember to clear up any registration holds on your account and see your Academic Advisor prior to your registration date.
(Senior = 90+ earned credit hours, Junior = 60 earned credit hours, Sophomore = 30 earned credit hours, and Freshman = 29 or fewer earned credit hours)
The Foundational Studies office is located in 214 Stalker Hall.
If you have any questions please contact our office at 812-237-3940 or Dr. Linda S. Maule at Linda.Maule@indstate.edu.
At Indiana State University, we are committed to providing students with a high quality education that will develop their intellectual abilities while providing them with the skills and knowledge base they will need to successfully navigate the complexities of the twenty-first century.
Indiana State’s Foundational Studies Program is the cornerstone of this goal. The Foundational Studies curriculum seeks to create well rounded individual; students therefore have the opportunity to take courses in science, history, literature, behavioral sciences, and the fine arts. The Foundational Studies program also seeks to prepare students for active lives as citizens and includes courses on ethical behavior, social responsibility and global perspectives. Together the major and the Foundational Studies curriculum prepare students to be effective communicators, critical thinkers, and informed decision makers.