Office of Academic Guidance
Associate Director of Academic Guidance
M.A. Guidance and Counseling – Iowa State University
B.A. English – Iowa Wesleyan College
Office: WA 160 B
As Assistant Director of Academic Guidance, Mr. McClure provides guidance and assistance to students in various aspects of their academic, social, emotional, and personal lives. Issues involving student advising, course schedules, tutorial services, and grades are the direct responsibilty of the Guidance Office. Prior to coming to the Academy, Mr. McClure spent seven years as Program Assistant in the Office of Disabled Student Development at Ball State University. He has experience in housing and residence life, serving as a residence hall director at Ball State and Iowa State University. He was also Director of Residence Life at the College of Saint Francis in Joliet, Illinois. Additionally, Mr McClure taught for five years at the junior and senior high school levels in Iowa and Florida. Mr. McClure enjoys mysteries and novels of intrigue, Scrabble, being involved in his church, and spending time with his wife, Nancy, and son, Carter.
Student Information Technology Specialist
B.S. – Ball State University
A.S. – Ivy Tech State College
Office: WA 160 A
After receiving degrees in both Administrative Office and Business Administration, Ms Hall came to the Indiana Academy to serve as Faculty/Attendance Secretary in July of 1997. She accepted the position as Student information Technology Specialist in July of 2006. She works in the Guidance Office and assists the Assistant Director of Academic Guidance. She is responsible for the collections and data entry of transcripts, schedules, drop/add requests, grades, Ball State class requests, and student information updates. She creates and distributes the course catalogs, teacher schedules, room schedule. In addition to twenty-one years of administrative work at Ball State, Ms. Hall attends conferences and workshops to keep abreast of the latest computer technology and office management techniques.