Making Achievement Possible - MAP-Works, is a survey for IPFW freshmen. When students take the MAP-Works surveys, faculty and advisors discover specific challenges that students might be encountering and can reach out to help them early in the semester. During 2011-12, almost 1,500 students participated in MAP-Works and for those that did, they persisted at 10% higher rates than those who did not - that's 140 students who kept working on their college degree!
After completing the survey, MAP-Works will provide students with an extensive, personalized report about:
An email invitation will be sent to all eligible IPFW students, or follow the steps below.
All students who complete the survey can bring a copy of their personalized report to Kettler G25 to draw for one of the following: t-shirt, stuffed mastodon, water bottle, stress ball, stapler, usb, zipper purse or flag post-it notes.
This essay contest is open to all first-year students who have participated in MAP-Works by completing two surveys (Fall Transition and Check-Up Surveys) and reviewing their customized reports (both printed and video). To enter, students should submit an essay of no fewer than 600 and no more than 1200 words addressing one of the following four essay questions:
The winner of this contest will be awarded an iPad. The winner will be chosen by FYE and other IPFW Staff. Essays should provide complete answers and be free of spelling and grammatical errors.
Essays can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and are due by April 12, 2013.
EBI MAP-Works is excited to announce the MAP-Works Scholarship for all students who have participated in MAP-Works. They are now accepting applications for three (3) $1,500 scholarships to be awarded in the 2013-2014 academic year to eligible first and second year students. Details can be found below:
Questions can be sent to:
Please contact Jennifer Oxtoby:
Phone: (260) 481-6597