The ISUcceed program was created to assist students with the transition from high school to Indiana State. ISUcceed addresses issues that commonly impede student success such as time management, engagement and study skills. Through ISUcceed, students can develop strong academic study skills and develop leadership and professional skills that will help them throughout college and beyond. Additionally, ISUcceed assists students who are facing academic difficulties.
The ISUcceed Program
- Involves and assists parents and/or guardians in the process of preparing their student for college.
- Helps students transition from high school to college and adjust to the academic and social rigors of college life.
- Guides and supports students as they learn to navigate the university and helps them develop positive academic strategies.
- Helps students build leadership and professional skills.
- Assists students who are facing academic difficulties or have been placed on academic probation.
- ISUcceed is free of charge and open to all incoming freshmen students. Students will receive information about the program prior to new student orientation and can sign up for the program during orientation.
Summer Orientation Session
In this session, students learn about college life from upperclassmen. New students are introduced to the ISUcceed program and staff, and learn about college academic expectations, resources and, leadership opportunities to help them be successful. To register click here.
The program is held prior to the first day of classes and, helps new students to transition to State by introducing them to support resources, providing an opportunity to meet their graduate counselors as well as other new students.
ISUcceed Scholars Program
ISUcceed Scholars provides on-going social and academic support to students through bi-weekly meetings with graduate counselors, academic seminars, tutoring, leadership development and social activities.
The Refocus component helps students who are placed on academic probation get back on track through intensive counseling and academic seminars. It's about your future. Partner with the Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center and experience success!
All Academic Skills Workshops will be held at the Charles E. Brown AFrican American Cultural Center (handicapped accessible).
For more information, contact: Sumalayo Jackson:
Sumalayo.Jackson@indstate.edu or (812) 237-4027
301 N. 8th
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM