Biography

M.S., Counselor Education, East Carolina University
B.S., Social Work, East Carolina University

Ty Davis joined the IUPUI Division of Student Affairs in November 2016. For 20 years, the Washington, D.C., native held positions in North Carolina institutions of higher education where she served as a counselor for Pitt Community College and in various leadership roles at East Carolina University and the Brody School of Medicine for more than 12 years.

Davis is currently the assistant dean of students and director for the Office of Student Advocacy and Support, providing support to students experiencing challenges in their personal and academic lives. OSAS works to connect students to both on- and off-campus resources that meet their specific needs, provide advocacy and help in working with faculty and staff and in navigating campus procedures, and encourages the development of student coping skills, resiliency, and self-advocacy. Davis represents the division on several committees, including the DACA Committee, Bias Incident Reporting Team, Behavioral Consultation Team, Student Experiences Council, Beyond Financial Aid Planning Committee, the IUPUI Student Housing Instability Taskforce. She also serves as a STAR mentor for students on first-time academic probation.