Mentoring Assistance Program
Are you a Prospective Scholar
MAPS Graduate Assessment
MAPS is a program of Excellence, administered by The Office of AACC at Indiana State University.
What does MAPS stand for?
A.) Mentoring Assistance for Prospective Scholars.
Exactly what is MAPS?
A.) A Faculty to Student mentoring program.
Our Mission Is To….
To ensure that there exist a program addressing keys issues affecting minority student retention, here at Indiana State University.
Because *research has suggested that certain factors aid in the completion rate of historically underrepresented Americans, Mentoring Assistance for prospective scholars makes those components available to our students. This includes a link to the infrastructure of the university through their mentor financial assistance by providing a monetary stipend for work done with their mentor, and campus involvement through our "tiers" program, which require that our students become involved in the campus community at large.
*For information on the benefits of mentoring, follow links below….
Mentoring Underrepresented Minorities
Students Needing Direction Seek....
M.A.P.S – “The Road To Success”
For More Information, contact program Counselor,
Room 426, Rankin Hall
(Temporary Summer 2016 Location)
301 N. 8th
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM