Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct
IUB Current Students Web site
Visit http://www.iub.edu/student/index.shtml for information about student activities and organizations, career services, health and fitness, housing, transportation, and community resources for current IU students.
Graduate Professional Student Organization (GPSO)
Graduate Student Handbook
Graduating MFA Catalogs
Indiana University Research and Creative Activity Magazine
Visit http://research.iu.edu/magazine/ to see the latest issue of Research & Creative Activity.
Additional resources for current students
Fine Arts Advising Office
It is the mission of the Fine Arts Undergraduate Advisor to counsel current and prospective students, with regard to gathering and interpreting information toward the end of achieving their stated academic and career objectives in the School of Fine Arts.The advisor works to help students set and achieve academic and career goals as much as possible, but it is the students responsibility to know the College of Arts and Sciences Degree requirements as well as the School of Fine Arts major requirements. This information is available in the COAS Bulletin. Current COAS Bulletins and Bulletin Supplements are available free of charge in the advising office Room 126. The advisor’s role is to help students interpret this information and apply it effectively toward reaching their own individual goals.
Justin Otten, MA
Fine Arts Undergraduate Academic Advisor
1201 East 7th Street
Fine Arts Building, Room 126
Bloomington, Indiana 47405–3501
Telephone: (812) 855-1693
Fax: (812) 855-7498
How to set an appointment with the Studio Art Advisor
The Fine Arts Undergraduate Academic Advisor sees students by appointment only. To schedule an appointment with the Studio Art Advisor, Justin Otten, please follow this link: https://starnet.indiana.edu/. After scheduling an appointment, if a time conflict arises, please make sure to cancel your previously scheduled appointment so that this time may be made available to another student. If you do not currently have an Indiana University ID, please contact the advisor via email: email@example.com.