Undergraduate Student Advising Services
Freshmen & Transfers (not yet admitted into the M.E. Department):
Contact the New Student Academic Advising Center to schedule an advising appointment.
Contact the Engineering and Technology Office of Graduate Programs. All graduate applications for the engineering programs are handled by this office.
Non-admission questions may be directed to the department's Graduate Chair.
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Jerry T. Mooney
Before visiting an advisor, please review the ME Program Map and your Academic Advising Report (AAR) from OneStart. The program map is an easy-to-use visual guide to the pre- and co-requisite sequences in the curriculum, and the AAR indicates the courses required to graduate. The AAR also indicates which general education rules you have fulfilled and which ones you still need to satisfy, as well as if your elective course decisions have appropriately fulfilled the TECH and Free elective credits.
Appointment (in person or by phone)
To make an appointment, call (317) 274-9717 and have your University ID number ready. Appointments last about 30 minutes. You may request an hour long appointment for long-term planning. For your convenience, you can request a phone appointment for most issues. Probation advising must be handled in person.
Available: 1:30pm - 3:00pm Monday, 11:00am - 12:30pm Tuesday, and 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm on Wednesday and THursday.
No Walk-In Hours March 19th-30th due to priority registration.
Walk-in sessions are for short, specific questions and will be limited to 10 minutes each on a "first come, first served" basis. For questions related to academic planning and scheduling your next semester, please make an appointment.
Why Get Advising?
The main goal of advising is to help you routinely take inventory of your academic progress, ensuring you are on the right trajectory to maximize success in your education and future career.
Points to Consider
Pre- and Co-Requisites
Before you register for classes, make sure you have met the pre-requisite and/or co-requisite requirements for the courses you plan to take. The program map is an easy-to-use visual guide to assist you. Requirements are also listed in the Class Notes when you register and on the Course Syllabi pages.