DEMA Programs and Services
Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic Support and Retention
The Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic Support and Retention, formerly known as the Office of the Associate Vice President Pre-Collegiate Initiatives and Academic Support, was established in 1998 to further enhance student success and to create a climate that promotes cultural, ethnic, and gender diversity. In addition to advocating for students, our staff coordinates a broad range of programs and services for students. Within the Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic Support and Retention, the associate vice president and the directors lead a team of professionals responsible for a wide variety of academic support services primarily for undergraduate students. We work to assure that student needs are met and all students are successful.
Academic Support Centers
These centers offer a wide range of free services, including tutoring, advising, workshops, review sessions and other academic support.
Briscoe C148B, Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-7016 email@example.com
This program provides faculty, staff, and peer mentors, and a variety of cultural and social activities.
Eigenmann, Room 619, Bloomington, Indiana 47408
(812) 855-3540 firstname.lastname@example.org
Groups Scholars Program
The Groups Scholars Program supports, retains, and increases the graduation rates of first-generation, low-income, and disabled students by helping them adjust to university life.
Maxwell Hall 200, Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-0507 email@example.com
Herman C. Hudson & James P. Holland Scholars Program
The Hudson & Holland Scholars Program provides financial and educational support to academically talented undergraduate students from traditionally underrepresented minority populations at IU Bloomington. HHSP focuses specifically on students pursuing degrees in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or physics.
Memorial Hall West 003, Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-7853 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Mentoring Services and Leadership Development
This program provides faculty, staff, and peer mentors, and a variety of cultural and social activities. OMSLD students succeed academically and obtain the greatest possible benefits from the college experience.
Eigenmann, Room 619, Bloomington, Indiana 47408
(812) 855-3540 email@example.com
Office of Strategic Mentoring
This office is now part of Office of Mentoring Services and Leadership Development. Building on the success of the FASE Mentoring Program, OSM mentoring initiatives build working relationships between students and their peers, faculty, and staff from their academic department, school, or programs. Relationships between students, faculty, and staff are enhanced as mentoring resources are provided and systems are created to increase the numbers, retention, and graduation of underrepresented students in participating academic schools, departments, and campus programs.
Eigenmann Hall # 619, 1900 E. 10th St., Bloomington, IN 47406-7512
21st Century Scholars Program, IU Bloomington
This program provides resource information that will assist 21st Century Scholars in their academic pursuits. Along with other partners in the Office of Mentoring Services and Leadership Development, we provide Scholars with access to programs and services ranging from academic tutoring and mentoring, to financial aid and career workshops.
Eigenmann Hall # 603, 1900 E. 10th St., Bloomington, IN 47406-7512
(812) 856-1591 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of the Associate Vice President for Administration and Culture
The mission of the Office of Multicultural Initiatives (OMI) is to develop, encourage, and facilitate programming related to diversity issues, and support services to students, faculty, and staff of diverse ethnicities. The units under OMI--the African American Arts Institute, the Asian Culture Center, the First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, the Latino Culture Center (LaCasa), and the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center--possess unique individual identities and missions but share the common goal of serving as a resource for creating and promoting a campus climate that emphasizes academic excellence, cultural awareness, and personal development.
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, 275 N. Jordan Ave., Suite 310, Bloomington, IN 47405-1101
(812) 856-4929 email@example.com
African American Arts Institute
From spirituals and dances to soul, R&B, and contemporary gospel, the AAAI presents about 50 performances each year that promote and preserve cultures of the African diaspora.
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, Suite 310, Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-9501 firstname.lastname@example.org
Asian Culture Center
More than 2,500 Asian and Asian Pacific American students attend IU. The Asian Culture Center provides a home for all IU students interested in Asian cultures. The center works to build an inclusive, supportive community that celebrates diversity.
807 E. Tenth St., Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 856-5361 email@example.com
First Nations Educational & Cultural Center
This center is comprised of students, faculty members, staff, and community members concerned with American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian issues at Indiana University.
Weatherly Hall 203, 400 N. Sunrise Dr., Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-4814 firstname.lastname@example.org
La Casa/Latino Cultural Center
La Casa was established in 1973 to create an environment where anyone in the Latino community can go to feel a sense of belonging. The center serves as a nucleus for learning about and celebrating Latina/o cultures.
715 E. Seventh St. Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-0174 email@example.com
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center
This center offers a variety of programs and resources that promote African American culture and a sense of community among all African Americans on campus. It encourages respect for cultural differences and communication and collaboration among students of all ethnic backgrounds.
Neal-Marshall Education Center, 275 N. Jordan Ave., Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-9271 firstname.lastname@example.org
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library
Featuring more than 5,000 volumes on African American history and culture, with an emphasis on the performing arts, the ACCC library is a valuable resource for all students.
Neal Marshall Black Culture Center, A113, Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-3237 email@example.com
This program promotes understanding and tolerance on campus through lectures, workshops, and panel discussions designed to help students, faculty, and staff make IU a better place for everyone.
Neal-Marshall Center, 275 N. Jordan, Suite A231, Bloomington, Indiana 47405
(812) 855-2139 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of College Readiness Initiatives
The primary mission of this office is to improve the performance of the Bloomington campus in retaining, educating, and graduating students, especially those from underrepresented and diverse populations. This office works to ensure the effectiveness of programs and services that are critical to student success.
Community and School Partnership Program
This program provides middle and junior high school students and their families the information and guidance they need to prepare for college. Services include help with selecting college-prep courses, preparing for standardized tests, selecting a college, and applying for admission and financial aid.
Eigenmann Hall Room 619, 1900 E. 10th St., Bloomington, Indiana 47406
(812) 856-5935 email@example.com
Office of Strategic Hiring and Support
Indiana University is committed to building an exciting, diverse faculty, one that more closely resembles the demographics of the nation as a whole. The Office of Strategic Hiring and Support is IU's focused initiative toward that goal, working to recruit, retain, and promote faculty of color as well as senior women.
Memorial Hall West # 108, 1021 E. Third St., Bloomington, IN 47405-7005
(812) 856-5477 firstname.lastname@example.org