Academic Success Center
Programs & Services
The Academic Success Center (ASC) is a collection of services and programs designed to support the University's learning goals, help UIndy students attain academic success and foster student retention.
We realize that learning and becoming a successful student involves mastering a variety of academic skill sets. Our goal is to provide UIndy students with tools and support to develop the academic skills needed to reach your potential.
We assist undergraduate students in becoming self-determined, motivated and independent learners by providing opportunities for growth through the following services and programs:
Academic Success Center staff are available to assist students on an individual basis and will customize an individual success plan based upon your academic needs. To set up an individualized meeting, please visit the Academic Success Center, Schwitzer 206, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-788-6153.
Students admitted to the University on a contingent basis are required to participate in the Academic Success Program, which includes a variety of activities designed to help first-year students meet the demands of college and bridge the gap between high school and university life. These same programs are offered to students admitted to the University on an advised basis.
SOS workshops are offered throughout the academic year and cover a wide range of academic, social and personal topics, such as:
- study tips
- how to succeed on essay exams
- time management
- roommate and relationship issues
- health and nutrition information
- internship and career advice
A schedule of the current semester’s workshops is available in our office, Schwitzer 206, or check the UIndy calendar for dates, times and locations.
In addition to academic-help labs already in place on campus, the Academic Success Center offers free peer tutoring. Peer tutors provide academic support and guidance to students enrolled in general education courses. This walk-in tutoring consists primarily of study strategies, rather than content-specific tutoring. Tutoring takes place in Schwitzer 206 on most Sundays through Thursdays in the late afternoon and early evening. A schedule for the current semester is available in the Academic Success Center, Schwitzer 206.
The Bridge Scholars Program, located in Schwitzer Student Center 206, is a transition initiative designed to increase college access and retention of traditionally underrepresented, non-traditional and first-generation student populations. Learn more about the Bridge Scholars Program ►
Located in Schwitzer Student Center 206, Services for Students with Disabilities provides assistance and accommodations to UIndy students with disabilities. Learn more about Services for Students with Disabilities ►
BUILD (Baccalaureate for University of Indianapolis Learning Disabled), located in the lower level of the Schwitzer Student Center, Room 001, is a comprehensive, fee-for-service support program for UIndy students with specific learning disabilities. Learn more about BUILD ►