Indiana Project for Academic Success
Research-based inquiry for enhancing student success


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New report released (May 12)

Improving Educational Opportunities for Students Who Work


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Mapping Indiana College Success

The Indiana Project on Academic Success is a statewide project that uses a research-based approach to study how and why students succeed in college and, with the research results, further develops initiatives to improve retention and graduation rates statewide. The project researches new and existing programs with the aim of improving enrollment, transfer, and retention among participating public and private colleges and universities across Indiana.

Funded by Lumina Foundation for Education, developed by Professor Edward P. St. John, and directed by Professor Don Hossler, IPAS partners with public and private colleges and universities across the state.

For more information on this project contact:

Mary Ziskin
Smith Research Center, Suite 100
2805 E Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47408