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Lamkin Center for Learning and Student Success

Contact Us!

3501 North First Avenue Room 228
Evansville, IN 47710
(812) 492-0336
Monday-Friday:  8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday:  Closed

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 Emergency Aid and the Student Emergency Aid fund
  • Identify and overcome obstacles and setbacks to academic success
  • Maintain work-life-school balance
  • Strengthen self-awareness 
  • About the IMPACCT IVY Scholars
    The IMPACCT (Integrated Mentoring Program Achieving College and Career Transformation) 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. Below is a list of everything that program participants will have available to them!

    Service Learning Opportunities

    • Monthly Enrichment Programs ( Career, financial, and academic success workshops)
    • Tutoring
    • Financial Assistance (up to $3000)
    • And much more!

    Eligible participants must meet the following criteria:

    • Students from historically marginalized groups (People of color, LGBTQ+, etc)
    • Students with dependents of which they care for 
    • Students that have history within the foster care system or wards of the court. 
    • Students with a lack of familial support. 
    • Students with disabilities or neurodivergence. 
    • Students with a lack of financial support.
    • Students with other unknown barriers to success

    Any students meeting this criteria must have completed at least 6 credit hours, hold at least a 2.0 GPA, and be in good financial/SAP standing.

    Program Requirements:
    All IMPACCT Ivy Scholars must meet the basic program requirements and uphold these responsibilities in order to excel and maintain in the program. Attendance in these services will be tracked by the coordinator utilizing sign in sheets and tracked though IVYlearn. Lack of participation can result in removal from the project and revocation of scholarship. These requirements will be documented in their PEP:

    • Monthly requirements
      • 1-on-1 meeting with IMPACCT Coordinator
      • Participate in Peer Group Meetings every 2 weeks
      • Enrichment Activities
      • Coordinated by the IMPACCT Coordinator, Lamkin Center, or other approved office on campus
    • Semester requirements
      • 1-on-1 meeting with Academic Advisor
      • 1-on-1 meeting with CareerLink Coach
      • Meeting with Financial Aid
      • One–on-one or Workshops
      • Participate in one Service Learning Activity


    Click Here to Apply for the Program

    Questions? Contact:

    Miranda Hamner, Administrative Support Clerk 
    812-492-0324  | 
    3501 N First Ave Room 108, Evansville, IN 47710  |  Lamkin Center Room 228

  • Everyone needs a little help sometimes, and Emergency Aid 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 dedicated site at: Emergency Aid

  • The Vine: Ivy's Closet logoIvy’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, stop by room 228, or request here.

  • Are you looking for ways to be more successful this semester? Attend any of our Student Success workshops. These workshop sessions will help you with study tips, time management skills, best practices for exams, relaxation, meditation, anxiety, and much more.

    Sign up here.