Department of Student Success Services
Tutoring: Academic coaching from faculty members, peers and Student Success staff. Please contact the Student Success Center for times and availability. (Note: one-on-one tutoring may include other students, but no more than five)
Supplemental Instruction: Augmented educational sessions conducted by faculty or led by students who have excelled in instruction in the course content.
The Ombudsman’s office offers confidential and anonymous support and advocacy specifically to all students. The role of the ombudsman is to investigate and facilitate resolution of allegations by any student of perceived unfair, inappropriate, discriminating or harassing treatment by faculty, staff, administrators, or fellow students. The Ombudsman's is located on the first floor of the main academic building in the Department of Student Services. For more information please feel free to contact the Ombudsman, Mr. J.L. Mize, M.S. at 317.917.3325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of the University Chaplain is to provide leadership for the campus that fosters a nurturing, enhanced spiritual, devotional, and ethical environment at Martin University. The Office strives to promote interfaith and intercultural understanding. The Chaplain is located on the first floor of the main academic building in the Department of Student Services. For more information please feel free to contact Mr. Robert Kolentus at 317.543.3860 or email@example.com.
Martin University will make accommodations for students with disabilities within the University’s resources. All educational campus classrooms and restroom facilities are accessible by wheelchair. Students with disabilities should discuss their concerns with the Student Success Center Manager so that appropriate resources and accommodations can be identified.