Student Rights & Responsibilities
Programs and Services
Student Rights and Responsibilities offers the following programs and services: Student Concerns and Conduct, the Ask Me campaign, and the Minority Student Mentoring Program.
Ask Me! Campaign
The ASK ME! Campaign kicks off the first few weeks of each Fall and Spring semester to welcome to campus first year, transfer and returning students and answer questions and inquires.
In part, the campaign fulfills the NEIU Strategic Goal One, Action Step 1.5, to:
"Improve coordination among student and academic support programs and services with a focus on quality, customer service and intentional integration with the curriculum."
The ASK ME! campaign serves to:
- Create an even friendlier, more caring and engaging campus environment.
- Lessen anxiety felt by students by providing answers in a personalized manner.
- Encourage greater participation of faculty and staff in Student Affairs
- Help improve coordination among services.
- Foster an enriching campus experience, leading to greater student retention.
SRR coordinates information tables with campus resources. Across campus, program and departmental staff, faculty and student leaders wear the official ASK ME! button and display the campaign logo.
To learn more about the Ask Me! Campaign, review the highlights from the Fall 2011 Ask Me! Campaign.
All staff, faculty and student leaders are invited to participate by completing these 3 easy steps:
- 1. Register online at by clicking here
- 2. Print out and use the: Ask Me! Fact Sheet and Ask Me! Q & A Sheet
- 3. Display the: Ask Me! Office Sign
If you have any questions or comments regarding the Ask Me! Campaign, please contact Antoinette McConnell, Assistant Director, at (773) 442-4610 or A-Mcconnell@neiu.edu.
Minority Student Mentoring Program
The first year of college can be interesting, adventurous and fun, yet challenging. The Minority Student Mentoring program serves first year students who have little prior knowledge of the college experience. The program connects student on a personal level with university faculty or professional staff that cares about their academic and professional development and educational success.
During the Fall semester, the Minority Student Mentoring Program (MSMP) matches mentors and mentees. The program kicks off with a fall welcome reception and ends with a holiday gathering. Throughout the year, mentors and mentees meet individually. The Partners for Success: Minority Student Mentoring Program is another way partnerships grow and have a lasting impact on a student's overall retention and success.
For more information about MSMP, contact Ms. Flora Llacuna in B 119 or at F-Llacuna@neiu.edu.