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The Lamkin Center for Learning and Student Success offers a variety of supportive services to all Ivy Tech Evansville students and provides tools that empower them to achieve academic and personal success.

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday:  8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday:  Closed

Contact Information

Located in Room 228
(812) 492-0336


If you feel you are in need of personal counseling to assist with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, drug and/or alcohol abuse or concerns, or other personal issues, stop by the Lamkin Center to discuss your concerns with a Mental Health Counselor. For more information visit: Counseling.


Call (812) 492-0336 for assistance with wraparound services and community referrals such as housing, food and clothing banks, bus tickets, child care, and low cost medical care.


Students Taking Academic Responsibility (STAR) is a student success and retention program that provides support to a population of students that have shown difficulties with academic progress. The overall goal of STAR is to help students return to good academic standing. Through intensive academic support, the STAR program will aim to build a strong educational foundation that will aid students in college and in life. Professional academic advisors strive to build supportive relationships and facilitate learning experiences that foster growth and self-awareness.

It is the policy of Ivy Tech Community College that students on approved SAP and/or Academic appeal must participate in a retention based program (STAR) until they return to “good standing” as determined by the SAP and Academic Standing guidelines. The STAR program will offer tools and techniques to help improve the balance between life and school.

If you have been notified that you must participate in the S.T.A.R. program call (812) 492-0336 with questions or to schedule an appointment.


When deciding where to transfer, there are a few things to consider, including (1) whether the credits you have earned are transferable to that institution, (2) the compatibility between the Ivy Tech program and the program at other institutions, and (3) the availability of the program you are seeking. A transfer advocate is available to help with your post Ivy Tech Goals. For more information: https://www.ivytech.edu/transfer/index.html#credits

If you would like to schedule an appointment with a transfer advocate to discuss outbound transfer or if you would like to know when a local university representative will be on campus, call (812) 492-0336.

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