Brief Program Summary: The IU Office of Community Engagement leads a statewide tutoring,
mentoring, college/career readiness, and family engagement program in collaboration with six
other IU campuses. IU students across the state provide services for students in grades 6-12.
The IU Student Success Corps (SSC) is a statewide equity program that focuses on students who
will benefit from additional academic and social support. The program is free to all students. IU
students, who serve as tutors and mentors, are prepared to support culturally diverse students
with diverse learning needs, including students with special needs.
Success Metrics: Participation goals: Total number of students tutored and mentored, total
number of workshop participants
Outcome goals: Percentage of students that improved academically (target goal 80%),
Percentage of parents/ guardians that report increased or improved knowledge from workshops
(target goal of 80%), Percentage of students that develop goals for academic, college and career
plans with a mentor (target goal is 80%), Percentage of parents/ guardians who attended
workshops that report increased knowledge of college and career readiness, financial literacy
related to college costs and admission procedures (target goal 80%), Percentage of students in
the 12th grade that say that they will apply for Post- Secondary Education, Percentage of students
that applied for the 21st Century Scholars Programs.