Student Advisory Board

Making College a Great Experience

We want to make your experience at IPR the best it can be. We value student feedback and input, which is why we formed a Student Advisory Board. It is made up of students who are in good academic standing and making satisfactory academic progress.

What the Student Advisory Board Does

The goal of the Student Advisory Board is to facilitate the continued growth of the IPR community and reputation. We will address student needs through positive and productive communication between students and staff, organize events and promote additional opportunities that complement the evolving IPR learning experience.

How to Become a Member

We recruit members to the board each quarter as needed. Students are notified by the second week of each new quarter if they are eligible for selection. Those who would like to be a part of the board are then given several weeks to write a one page essay detailing why they would like to be a part of the board and what leadership qualities, skills and ideas they would bring.

Current members of the Student Advisory Board, along with the staff coordinator, review these essays to determine which of the eligible students will be selected for membership. Once a student becomes part of the Student Advisory Board, they are a member until they graduate.

For more information call 1-866-477-4840 or email us.

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