Faculty hours and offices vary per individual. Please reach out to specific faculty to schedule a time to meet. Support from faculty in a specific class is not inclusive to only the instructor teaching the class. Students are welcome and encouraged to seek support from other faculty in the department, as well.
Students should refer to the class syllabus regarding point value of the various assessments, including but not limited to homework, exams, quizzes, and essays. Teachers determine grades by total points or weighted categories.
Residence counselors (RCs)
Residential support and resource for students.
Assist staff with monitoring students’ academic success
Communicate student referrals to staff, faculty and administrators as needed
Serve as a liaison to staff in the academic building on behalf of students
Peer Tutor Liaisons
RC’s who manage peer tutors within each hall. Students should first seek out their RC for the schedule and availability of resident hall peer tutors. If additional support is needed, students should meet with the Peer Tutor Liaison in their building.
Assigned IMSA faculty or staff to offer additional support for identified students to succeed academically and emotionally. Advocates can be assigned to any student anytime throughout the school year.
The focus of the counselors is to address the psychological and social needs of our students within the context of research and experience from the field of gifted education. We are committed to the students’ personal, social, and intellectual growth, as well as their adjustment to and engagement with the IMSA community. Students are assisted with identifying and working through personal barriers, normal developmental issues, and stressors, and clinical problems, which could impede academic success.
The IMSA Student Health Care Services Office provides health assessment and treatment for illness/injury, first aid, health counseling, administration of medication as prescribed by a physician, and other appropriate therapeutic interventions.