Academic Resource Center
Indiana Athletics' Graduation Success Rate (GSR) is 81 percent, which exceeds the NCAA Divisions I and I-A rates, which are 76 percent in both measures. In addition, IU exceeds the federal rates in almost every sport, including football and men's basketball, where IU betters the national average by 12 percent in football and an astounding 36 percent in men's basketball.
IU's rates also position the university well in the Big Ten Conference. Relative to football and men's basketball, Indiana ranks among the top three in the league in GSR. These results are consistent with other measures of academic excellence, as Indiana annually ranks among the league leaders in Academic All-Big Ten and Academic All-American selections.
While we are extremely proud of these accomplishments, we have and will continue to utilize technology to generate proactive and efficient communication on student-athlete academic progress. We take a hands-on approach to emphasizing the first-year student-athlete experience, because statistics show that a good start strengthens academic retention and graduation potential.
Indiana University's Academic Services Office has been serving Hoosier student-athletes since 1976. It ranks as one of the most progressive in the nation. Additionally, the office utilizes over 150 people within the IU academic community to assist with the individualized tutoring program. Tutoring is available to every student-athlete in all subjects. The University includes the Academic Services staff in all training sessions sponsored for campus counselors to keep the staff abreast of the latest degree requirements.
The office includes advising meeting rooms, study areas and computer clusters for all student-athletes. Located in Assembly Hall, the office features numerous computer workstations and an area for student-athletes to study while waiting for practice or after workouts.
The office provides the following services:
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