General Faculty Advisor Resources
Here is a collection of resources to support faculty advisors. If you have questions or suggestions for additional resources, please email email@example.com or call (218) 755-2038.
- Advanced Placement and Evaluation
For credit evaluation of AP test scores.
- How to Access E-Services and Online Registration
A step-by-step guide for online course registration.
- Math and Modern Language Placement
To determine placement in mathematics and modern languages.
- Math Course Recommendation
To find appropriate math courses by major.
- Referral Guide
To determine appropriate referrals for student concerns.
- Academic Advising and Registration Guide
Provides information on academic advising, progress, getting started with academics, liberal education and e-Services. Student guide used at AAR programs. Use this guide to identify liberal education courses per goal area, beginning on page 11.
- Advising Honors Students
Advising Student Athletes
- Progress Towards Degree Tips for Division I Athletes
Identifies progress requirements for Division I student athletes.
- Progress Toward Degree Tips for Division II Athletes
Identifies progress requirements for Division II student athletes.
- Athletic Practice Times 2023-2024
Lists practice times for each athletic program.
Academic Resources Available
Bemidji State University’s Advising Success Center helps students become competent and confident independent learners. Students can schedule a time with a tutor at the Advising Success Center (203 Decker Hall) or a writing consultant at the Writing Resource Center (Hagg-Sauer or Clark Library) easily using our online appointment scheduler. The Advising Success Center also has resources for students with disabilities and helps first-year students transition to college academics through the University 101 course.
Students do not need permission from their academic advisor to drop a class. Students need to log-in to eServices and look for the modify schedule feature to make any changes.
To be admitted to Bemidji State University, all students, including those with or without disabilities, must meet the minimum qualification for admission. Applicants with documented disabilities are granted equal consideration and are not required to identify their disabilities during the application process.
Students may choose to disclose their disability at any time during their academic career at Bemidji State University, but they are not required to do so.