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Jason-Meriwether

Jason L. Meriwether

Founded in 1941, Indiana University Southeast is the regional campus of Indiana University and serves southern Indiana and the Greater Louisville metropolitan area. The university seeks to foster a nurturing environment, holistic learning, integrity and connectedness amongst its university community.

Vice Chancellor Jason Meriwether leads the Division of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, comprised of 46 full-time and 21 part-time staff members across various departments including admissions, the Adult Student Center, the Center for Mentoring, orientation, and career services, to name a few.

When informed of their selection, Meriwether shared, “This recognition is a tribute to the work of a phenomenal IU Southeast Student Affairs team that embraces diversity in spirit and practice as the intersection of our unique individual identities and our collective vision of student learning and engagement. Diversity is where the magic happens — the enrichment of the campus experience through creative encounters with varied ideas, histories, journeys and dreams.”

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