Welcome to the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies program. As you begin your undergraduate studies at IU Southeast, we invite you to become familiar with the resources for advising made available to you. Academic advising is a responsibility shared between you and your advisor; each of you plays an important role in the success of this relationship.
As an undergraduate student here, you will receive assistance from your school advisor as you plan your courses. The office, location and phone number are listed below:
Gregory Roberts M.A.
Assistant to the Dean, School of Arts and Letters
Lead Academic Advisor, School of Arts & Letters
BAS & BIS Coordinator – Applied Science
Knobview Hall 110U
Phone: (812) 941-2584
To Schedule An Appointment
Gregory Roberts is the Professional Academic Advisors for the School of Arts and Letters and Coordinator of the Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies program.
To make an appointment with Mr. Roberts, please call the School of Arts and Letters at (812) 941-2342.
Overview of Requirements
To receive a bachelor's degree from IU Southeast, School of Arts and Letters (A&L), you will complete all General Education requirements as well as your major core courses and any electives to total 120 credit hours. Some students have multiple majors and/or minors and some programs have additional requirements. Your A&L advisor will answer your questions, help you choose the best courses for you, and ensure that you are on track toward successful completion of a degree from IU Southeast.
Your A&L Advisor will assist you in working to meet all university requirements. The Faculty Advisors provide assistance with the specific requirements in your major and act as mentors. Both play an important role and have a depth of knowledge to share with you. Together they will ensure that you make the most of the opportunities available to you at IU Southeast!
Academic advising is a shared responsibility between the student and the advisor. Students are expected to be prepared for their advising appointment by selecting a tentative schedule of classes to discuss with their advisor.