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Welcome Back Students!!!

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Welcome back students!!!!  The University is pleased to have you back and we look forward to helping each of you achieve excellence.  Take advantage of many the improved services and students amenities now available to you.  Visit the welcome table located in the main lobby of the main academic building, or visit the Student Services Department for more information.

A New Martin, A New You!

 

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Students Give Martin University Courses and Instructors High Marks

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Martin University strives to provide strong academic programs with quality instructors, and students say that the University is making positive strides in doing so. According to a survey administered late in the Spring 2014 semester, students reported high levels of satisfaction with many of the University’s academic components. Among these included above average ratings for the quality of courses, course content being applicable to career goals, and the University’s commitment to academic excellence.  Course instructors also received above average ratings in many areas, including level of knowledge in their field, fairness, providing timely feedback about student progress, and availability to meet outside of class.

In addition to above average student ratings for courses and instructors, improvements in many areas of University service were seen when comparing this year’s results to last year’s Spring 2013 results. Financial aid services saw the greatest ratings increase from Spring 2013 to Spring 2014. More students agreed that financial aid counselors return messages in a timely manner, that financial aid counselors are knowledgeable, that correct financial aid information is made available, that financial aid counselors are courteous, and that adequate financial aid is available. Other areas that saw higher positive student ratings from Spring 2013 to Spring 2014 included the University’s billing policies, response to student concerns, career exploration services, and academic advising.


 

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Indiana Civil Rights Commission Presents Negro League Baseball History

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Martin University, in partnership with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, the Indianapolis Recorder, LA VOZ De INDIANA, IBE, and the Indianapolis Indians, will host Author Phil Dixon.  Dixon assisted in the creation of the the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City and is a nationally known pioneer in the study of Negro Leagues baseball history. The event will be held Friday, August 22, 2014, in the Fr. Boniface Hardin Gathertorium.  Please note the time for this event has changed.  The program will begin at 10:00 a.m.  The event is free to attend.  To RSVP, e-mail bmeadows@icrc.in.gov.

Click here for more information on this event.

For information regarding Civil Rights Night at Victory Field, Friday, August 22nd click here for more information.   http://www.in.gov/icrc/2800.htm




 

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MU Homecoming 2014!!!!

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Yes!!!  It's Coming!

Martin University will celebrate Homecoming October 27th - November 1st.  A week of engaging, fun-filled, and community building events are being planned for all.  Make plans to attend the entire week of events.  Some of the events included in this year's Homecoming are an evening of art and spoken word, a gospel concert, theatre night, a career and internship fair, family fun night, and dance.  This year's homecoming will also include a Homecoming King and Queen.

Additional information will be made available in the following weeks.  Please direct inquiries to Ms. Vera Graves at vgraves@martin.edu.



 

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"What Did Your Parents Do to You?"

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Martin University's own Dr. Mattie Solomon, Founder/President of Parent Link, Inc. will participate in a book signing for her book "What Did Your Parents Do to You?"  Dr. Solomon's book is a collection of true stories that depict both positive and negative childhood experiences.

The book signing will be held on August 2, 2014, at Glendale Mall Library located at 6101 North Keystone Avenue from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Congratulations Dr. Solomon.

Click here for more information.



 

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The NEW Martin Student Success Center

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Martin students have a wonderful, improved option to meet and exceed their academic goals.  The Student Success Center (formely the writing and math labs) has been updated and relocated to Room H of the main academic building. Under the leadership of J.L. Mize, the center will offer the same hands on approach to assist Martin's greatest assets, YOU, our students succeed.  Don't miss out on the opportunity to take advantage of this service.  Summer hours of operation are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.   Contact J.L. Mize (jmize@martin.edu) for more information.

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Martin University NASA-SEMAA Summer Camp 2014

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Martin University will host the Martin University NASA-SEMAA Summer Camp July 7th - 11th and July 14th - 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon).  The camp is free to student entering grades K through 6.

This is a great opportunity for grade school students to be exposed to science, engineering, mathematics, and aerospace in the high tech NASA-SEMAA lab on the beautifcul Martin University campus.  Download your application here, or contact Camille Franklin at (317) 543-3254 or by e-mail at Camille.Franklin@students.martin.edu for more information.

 

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Martin Alum Receives Prestigious Award

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Jahuan Jarret, a 2013 graduate of Martin University who majored in  Environmental Science, has been named as one of 45 Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellows for 2014.  The highly competitive Teaching Fellowship prepares candidates specifically to teach in the state's high-need urban and rural secondary schools.  

Jarret will complete a specially designed, cutting-edge intensive master's degree program based on a year-long classroom experience at the University of Indianapolis.  He will commit to teach for three years in a school that most need strong teachers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM fields.)  Throughout the three-year commitment, he will receive ongoing support and mentoring.

"We at Martin are very proud of Jahuan and offer him our heart-felt congratulations and best wishes," said Martin University President Dr. Eugene White.  "We will continue to follow his career as he makes a difference in the lives of students in Indiana public schools."

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Martin University Newsletter

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Click here for the Martin University Newsletter - June 2, 2014

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Fall Registration

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Don’t wait until the deadline. Enroll today for the 2014 fall semester. 
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