Student Services

Center for Mentoring

Center for Mentoring

Director: June J. Huggins
Campus Office: US 205
Telephone: (812) 941-2516
Fax: (812) 941-2542

The Center for Mentoring comprises the following:

  • Mentoring Program
  • Access To Success Program
  • Collegiate Summer Institute
  • Multicultural Initiatives

Mentoring Program

The Mentoring Program pairs students with university faculty, staff, and alumni mentors who can work with students from their first year of college on through graduation. Mentors are knowledgeable and experienced. They provide a personal connection, sense of belonging, guidance, support, and encouragement. One of the main goals of the mentoring relationship is to assist in the long-term success of students.  Any student enrolled at IU Southeast can participate in the Mentoring Program.

Access To Success Program

The Access To Success Program is a one year program designed to successfully assist first year students in their transition to campus life at IU Southeast. Peer mentors provide one-on-one mentoring services for first generation, minority students, 21st Century Scholars, and adult learners.

Collegiate Summer Institute

The Collegiate Summer Institute (CSI) is a component of the Access To Success Program. CSI, which is held in July, is geared towards early college preparation for first year students who quality. Students who successfully complete the Collegiate Summer Institute receive First Year Seminar credit.

Multicultural Initiatives

The Center for Mentoring sponsors events and programs to enhance retention of diverse students enrolled at IU Southeast. Programs provide opportunities for social integration to the campus community as well as encouragement for student engagement and academic success.

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