Amy Jarecki has been promoted to dean of students at Indiana University East. She will begin July 1. As dean of students, Jarecki will assist students in all aspects of their college careers, ensuring access to needed resources, and facilitating the resolution of challenges students may encounter, both academic and non-academic.

She began her career at IU East in 2010 as disability services coordinator. Currently, Jarecki is associate director of financial aid and scholarships. In that role, she counsels students and families concerning financial aid procedures, programs, and policies, as well as, determines students’ eligibility for scholarships and Title IV programs.

In addition to her work in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, Jarecki has previously held positions at IU East with the Twenty-first Century Scholars Program, Student Support Services and the former Area 9 Agency.

She received her Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of Indianapolis and her Juris Doctor from Indiana University School of Law and her Bachelor of Science in Management from Indiana University.

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