Find new ways to serve others!
Get involved in…alternative break trips
Get involved in…the Top 100
Recognize Jaguar excellence!
Get involved in…health outreach
Team up to promote healthy peers!
Get help with…campus food aid
Lend a helping paw to end food insecurity.
Get involved in…health and fitness activities
Be active! Be fit!
Get involved in…group counseling
Find strength in numbers with group counseling.
Get involved in…campus tradition
Show your pride and support the Jags!
Get help with…reserving space on campus
Find a location for your next meeting or event.
Get involved in…intramural sports
Develop your skills at an upcoming workshop!
Get help with…student rights
Know your rights and responsibilities.
11:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Campus Center Atrium
Does your Physical Wellness need attention? Stop by the Campus Center Atrium on Wednesday, March 29th from 11 am to 2 pm for FREE wellness screenings - BP, BMI, Glucose, urine pregnancy tests upon request, and a chance to speak with a Nurse Practitioner. Scree... Read More »
Return of Jagapalooza
Save the date for Jagapalooza! IUPUI’s tradition of celebrating the end of spring classes with a carnival is set for Friday, April 28. We hope to see you there for an evening full of rides, food, and fun! Information about the carnival and other events during the week will be added periodically here. You can also follow Jagapalooza on Twitter and Facebook.
Prepare for Your Future as a Jag with the Parent and Family Enrollment Checklist
Are you a future Jag or the parent of a student heading to IUPUI? Then you’ll want to review the 2017 Parent and Family Enrollment Checklist. This checklist will help you prepare for a successful transition to IUPUI and ensure all the college planning items are completed on time. You can find the checklist in English and Spanish, as well as additional resources, here.
Apply to Become a Health and Wellness Peer Educator
Health and Wellness Peer Educators are students that serve as leaders and role models to fellow students regarding making responsible and healthy lifestyle choices. Peer Educators assist with programming and outreach presentations to educate students about relevant issues related to health and wellness that affect our campus community. Relevant topics include alcohol awareness, sexual assault prevention, nutrition, physical activity, safer sex and sexual health, and much more! Peer Educators receive training, leadership development, become nationally certified as Peer Educators, and have an opportunity to receive academic credit. Apply today!
Impact of IUPUI Alternative Breaks
Many of our students have just returned from Alternative Spring Break locations across the country. Before they left, however, graduate student Matthew Greenwood recalled his urban-farming experience with Fall Alternative Break and offered the spring travelers some advice. You can read the full interview at IUPUIntelligence.