During the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday, you can speak to the Lamkin Center by signing in to the Evansville Virtual Queue. If you are an active student, please click the link at the top of the page and you will login with your MyIvy username and password. Please include a phone number where you can be reached. For non-students/those without an active login, please enter the required information in the corresponding text boxes and one of our campus staff members will contact you as quickly as possible based on your spot in the queue.
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Connect with the Lamkin Center regularly to...
- Adjust to college life
- Build effective study skills
- Participate in Student Success Workshops
- Build motivation and perseverance
- Get connected with Ivy Tech internal resources
- Connect with community-based resources
- Connect with Ivy's Closet
- Connect with Mental Health counseling
- Explore the IMPACCT Scholars programs
- Participate in the STAR Program
- Discuss Ivy Cares and the Student Emergency Aid fund
- Identify and overcome obstacles and setbacks to academic success
- Maintain work-life-school balance
- Strengthen self-awareness
3501 North First Avenue Room 228
Evansville, IN 47710
Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Everyone needs a little help sometimes, and Ivy Cares is here to provide additional support to you throughout your academic journey. 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. For more information visit our dedicate site at: Ivy Cares
Ivy’s Closet Ivy’s Closet is a food pantry where nonperishable food items and personal supplies may be obtained by students, faculty and staff who find themselves in financial difficulties or in emergency situations. Participants are asked to complete a short application and intake process with a Student Success Advocate. For more information, please call
812-492-0336 or stop by room 228.
Better with Ivy-Mental Health Counseling
If students are in need of personal counseling to assist with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, drug and/or alco 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, the Lamkin Center at Ivy Tech Evansville offers mental health services for students. Students can be referred to the Lamkin Center or stop by on their own to schedule an appointment. For more information visit: Counseling.
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. The Lamkin Center and 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.
The IMPACCT Ivy Scholars Program is a scholarship and academic enrichment program that assist students that face barriers to college success by helping them reach their academic and professional goals. IMPACCT Ivy Scholars are given the tools to be successful through workshops, mentoring, and individualized coaching. Participants will also be able to use career specific skills to give back to the college, peers, and the community.
Click the link for a list of everything that program participants will have available to them! IMPACCT Scholars
Are you looking for ways to be more successful this semester? Attend any of our Student Success workshops virtually for spring 2021 semester. Students are also welcome to come to the Lamkin Center Lab to participate in virtual workshops if they are already on campus. Precautions have been taken to follow Covid-19 guidelines and sanitize and social distance as necessary. These workshop sessions will help you with study tips, time management skills, best practices for exams, relaxation, meditation, anxiety, and much more.
Click the flyer for more information. Click Here to sign up!