FSL

Commitment to Academic Achievement

Letter to Faculty

Letter to Academic Advisors

Community Academic Reports

Academic achievement is a common goal for all fraternities and sororities. Below you can view semester Fraternity/Sorority Community Academic Reports.

Fall 2013

Spring 2013

Fall 2012

Spring 2012

Fall 2011

Spring 2011

Fall 2010

Library Log Reports

February 2014

January 2014

December 2013

November 2013

October 2013

Homecoming Week 2013

September 2013

August 2013

April 2013

March 2013 

February 2013

Study Tips

There are a many things you can do to make your study time more effective.  Here are study tips from some of our top fraternity and sorority scholars:

Scholarships 

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Need Extra Help?   

There are tons of tutoring services available should you need some extra help with a class.  Check out these on campus solutions!

Student Academic Services Center: SASC routinely employs a staff of peer tutors to assist ISU students with specific courses.  There is a concentrated effort to provide tutoring for the majority of courses currently listed under our General Education categories. 

ISU Writing Center: The Indiana State University Writing Center serves ISU students from all courses at any  stage in the writing process. Although the largest group of students comes from the writing courses taught in the English Department, students from approximately 150 different courses other than English visit the Center during an average semester for help with a variety of writing assignments.  

Mentoring for Academic Success: The Mentoring for Academic Success Program provides additional academic support to students enrolled in the ISU Academic Opportunity Program (AOP), to students enrolled in the Open Preference Program, (OP), to students who are 21st Century Scholars, and to veterans of military service.  Students who participate will be paired with an upper classman or graduate student for monitoring academic progress. Mentors will meet weekly with students to facilitate the development of skills for college success, such as time management, note taking, and test taking. A mentor also serves as a referral source when other services are needed. Student can develop realistic educational goals as well as specific semester goals with the assistance of a mentor. Student’s mentors submit weekly reports updating progress toward attaining these goals.