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INsite (Indiana Student Information to Empower) is an initiative of the Indiana University School of Education to:
Ed-Fi is a data standard and accompanying suite of technologies supported by the nonprofit Ed-Fi Alliance and the larger community of individuals and organizations using and further developing that data standard. The data standard allows different data systems to be interoperable (meaning, ideally, that you do not need to go to five different databases to get all of the information you need about your district, school, or students).
Public Service Activity
Created in 1968 as a way to increase college attendance among first-generation, underrepresented students at Indiana University, the Groups Scholars Program provides academic, financial, and social support to help students attain a bachelor's degree at Indiana University. The program offers an extensive student support system, including academic advising, tutoring, enrollment in specialized courses, and activities designed to foster academic success and degree completion.
If students have completed all of the preliminary requirements to participate in the Groups Scholars Program, they will be eligible to attend the Summer Experience Program (SEP). The experience includes taking part in a rigorous college “boot camp” designed to provide a taste of college work in areas such as Business, Informatics, Public Health, Sociology, and many more to help facilitate the transition from high school to college.
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Indiana University Bloomington is a public research university in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. With over 40,000 students, IU Bloomington is the flagship institution of the Indiana University system and its largest university.