Athletic study Program

At Indiana State University it is our mission to provide the opportunity for student-athletes to experience a well-rounded educational program. The mission of the Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes (ASPSA) at ISU has been created to offer appropriate academic support services and advisement to student-athletes in areas such as, university policy and procedures, Missouri Valley Conference and NCAA rules and regulations, and academic eligibility. In addition, the ASPSA also offers supplemental programs to enhance the student-athlete experience, such as, mentoring, tutoring, UNIV 101, CHAMPS/Life Skills, enrichment hours, career counseling, and academic advising to all student-athletes. The aforementioned services and information should assist student-athletes in achieving their academic goals while participating in a demanding NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic program. These services should also ensure that progress toward graduation and degree completion requirements for baccalaureate and graduate programs are being met.

General Functions of the Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes (ASPSA)

The general functions of the ASPSA are categorized according to three groups: (a) the student-athletes, (b) the coaches, and (c) the athletic/University administration. The list of functions that follows is descriptive but not exhaustive.



Athletic/University Administration