April 12, 2013 by Staff, NMSU Hotline
Anthony Marin, a non-traditional College of Business student pursuing an undergraduate accounting major, has been selected to serve on the Inceptia Commission on Student Success.
Inceptia, a firm that provides support and resources for higher education in the areas of federal compliance, financial aid management, repayment solutions and financial education, formed the Commission on Student Success to provide advice and assistance related to student success and retention with a focus on secondary and post-secondary students and administrators.
Members provide counsel and insight for Inceptia to develop industry-leading solutions to help students persist and schools improve retention and graduation rates. Members also participate in thoughtful discussions around best-practices and trends, and share ideas for new opportunities and partnerships. Membership is comprised of areas representing research, student services, academics, financial aid, special interest and corporate. Members are appointed and reappointed by Inceptia.
Marin is an alumnus of NMSU and currently serves as the director of student affairs with oversight of the Student Success Center-Hardman, TRIO Student Support Services and Career Services.
The 12-person Commission will convene their first meeting in June 2013 at the Inceptia headquarters in Lincoln, Neb.