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iNavigate

iNavigate is an online resource library for both students and families to access information, presentations, and materials that were presented and available at each Navigate Armstrong session.

iNavigate Students

iNavigate Students

At Navigate students receive a lot of resources and information to prepare for their first day of class all of the way to graduation day.  The information and links below will provide students with the information presented at Navigate as well as additional information to prepare for their success as a Armstrong student.

Click here to view the official 2016 Navigate Book 

Academics

Advisement: Students receive their first advisement at Navigate.  Each semester students must be advised before they can register for the next semester.  How do I find my advisor?

Core Curriculum: No matter what your major, each student must complete the core curriculum during the first two year. View Armstrong's core curriculum checklist.  This is a great tool that will help you and your advisor plan out your class schedule each semester to help you graduate in four years.

Plagiarism: Don't mess up, plagiarism can ruin your academic career. This tutorial guide will help you avoid any problems with your writing.

Academic Advisement Frequently Asked Questions: Advisement can be tricky at times. See our FAQs about academic advisement that will guide you to graduating in four years.

2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 

Student Life

4-Year Involvement Plan

iNavigate Family Members

iNavigate Family Members

This page is a resource library for family members to access information regarding the sessions presented during their students' Navigate session and also provides links to important offices and departments for family members.

Click here to view the official 2016 Navigate Book 

The Transition

Important Links for Family Members