Center for Student Success

21st Century Scholars

Indiana State University is committed to providing Twenty-first Century Scholars the resources they need to graduate on-time with a degree and an experience that will prepare them for a successful future.  To achieve this goal, the Twenty-first Century Scholars Office provides support to Scholars in the following areas: community service opportunities, student events, and mentoring. Student events include financial aid workshops and study break events. Through mentoring, students receive personal guidance to help them achieve their academic goals. 

This office also advises the Scholar-led student organization.  ScholarCorps which Scholars are encouraged to participate in. All Scholars are members and may attend any of our events.  Membership provides students the opportunities to meet other Scholars and discuss the many opportunities available on campus.

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In addition to the specific support provided by the Twenty-first Century Scholars office, Scholars may take advantage of free tutoring, First-Generation Faculty Mentoring, and Disabled Student Services through the Center for Student Success. 

For information on the 21st Century Scholars program at Indiana State University contact Jack or Jelisa:

Jack Schroeder                                                Jelisa Brown

ScholarCorps Coordinator                            ScholarCorps Student Support Specialist

812-237-4389                                                    812-237-2909

FOLLOW  ISU 21st CENTURY SCHOLARS ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER:

https://twitter.com/ScholarCorpsISU

https://www.facebook.com/21stCenturyScholarCorps

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AS A SYCAMORE SCHOLAR:

  New GPA Requirements mean that Scholars must achieve Satisfactory Academic Progress each year of college:

¡  Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years: 2.0 Cumulative GPA

  Scholars also must complete 30 credit hours per year to receive the scholarship.

¡  This includes summer semesters and college credit earned in high school.

¡  This includes summer semesters and college credit earned in high school.

¡  You can earn your way back into the Scholars program by increasing your credit completion up to the required levels.