Academic Advising - Professional staff advisors work with students as they select their major, design their class schedule, and enroll in the courses needed for a major. Advsiors are available in Maxwell Hall 200 contact your individual advisor or call 812-855-0507 to schedule an appointment. For more information on courses and degree requirements see the University Division website.
Financial Aid Counseling - Annie Willis, Financial Aid Administrator, is available to Groups students year round for individualized financial aid counseling. You must have an appointment to meet with Mrs.Willis. You can schedule an appointment by calling 812-855-0507. Additional information regarding financial aid can be found on the Office of Financial Assistance website.
Tutoring - Tutoring is available in the Groups Office in Maxwell Hall Monday through Friday. Please see the the tutoring schedule for a list of tutoring availability in the Groups Office. Tutoring is also available in the Academic Support Centers and in Writing Tutorial Services (WTS).
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News & Announcements
Maxwell Musings - Maxwell Musings is a weekly online newsletter published by the Groups Office and sent out to students via email. Musings focuses on information relevenat to curently enrolled students. Check musings for up-to-date information on advising, campus events, opportunities, scholarships, and much more.
Aspriations - Aspirations is a more tradtional newsletter that is published each semester and contains information about the Groups Scholars Program and its students. Aspirations is designed to give information to broader range of audiences including, students, administrators, parents, alumni, politicians, and others interested in higher education.
Adaptive Technology – Through collaborative efforts with the Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Center, Groups students have access to technologies, like Kurzweil 3000 and Inspiration, which provide study skills tools to assist students.
Ambassador Program - The Ambassadors Program is a program in which upperclassmen get the opportunity to serve as peer mentors for incoming Groups students. It is an opportunity for older students to give back to the Groups Scholars Program by assisting first year Groups students in their transition from high school to college. The Ambassadors program is open to all Groups students who have completed the requisite hours to be granted sophomore status. Students who apply to be ambassadors should possess quality leadership skills and should have a general knowledge of the facilities, programs, and services of the University. In addition, they should be sensitive to the needs of Groups students, as well as be able to provide information and some measure of personal time to his or her assigned students. Please review the job specification sheet for more information.
Chi Alpha Epsilon - Chi Alpha Epsilon is a National Honor Society that recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and the universities through non-traditional criteria and serves developmental, SSS, McNair Scholars, and Educational Opportunity Program students. The IU chapter, Alpha Delta, recognizes Groups students who display outstanding academic achievement and strong leadership skills and those who serve as role models.
Peer Advisors - Peer Advisors work with incoming freshman assisting them with course selection for the fall semester, conducting group meetings, and educating them about the registration process. Peer Advisors will have the chance to interact with Groups Advisors professionally as part of the Groups team. Please review the Job Specifications sheet for more information.
Peer Tutors - Peer Tutors are Groups students who have earned a B+ or higher in a specific course and volunteer for the Groups Scholars Program tutoring fellow students in that course. We usually need tutors in math, biology, chemistry,computer science, psychology, economics, business (A100 and K201), French, Spanish, statistics, and anatmony. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Wakisha Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEM - The mission of the Groups Scholars Program Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Initiative is to prepare and enhance the experiences of first-generation, underrepresented students in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines through structured mentoring, research, and academic support. For more information and for applications please visit our STEM initiative page.