Counseling & Psychological Services
Resources & Support
There are many campus resources that can help you!
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JagsCARE – Individual and group support following a campus critical incident.
Multicultural Center – The Center provides opportunities for personal and professional growth as well as community development.
Office of International Affairs – Advisors are available to assist with financial, personal, cultural, and academic concerns. Information is also available related to health insurance, visas, resources, and programming.
Office for Women – Provides advocacy, programming, community building, communication, and parenting resources for students, faculty, and staff.
Office for Veterans and Military Personnel – Provides certification to receive education entitlement, as well as advice, guidance, advocacy, and outreach services for our student veteran population.
Student Advocate – Helps students solve problems by offering objective consultation, promoting self advocacy, and providing information on campus and community resources.
Student Affairs: Student Resources – Links to resources to help navigate IUPUI campus life.
Health & Wellness
IUPUI Health & Wellness Promotion
Presentations, programs, and resources supporting the holistic health and wellness of IUPUI students.
IUPUI Campus Health
IUPUI Campus Health is committed to providing the highest quality routine care to students and the highest quality occupational care to employees.
IUPUI Campus Recreation
Programs are designed to offer recreational, lifetime leisure and wellness opportunities to a diverse population of students, faculty and staff. Recreational programs promote healthy lifestyles through group fitness activities, wellness clinics, open gym activities and weight training.
IUPUI is a Tobacco-Free Campus. Use of tobacco products on campus grounds is prohibited.
The Natatorium offers pools, weight rooms, and fitness facilities as well as running/walking at the IU Michael A. Carroll Track and Soccer Stadium.
National Institute of Fitness and Sport
A non-profit organization committed to enhancing human health, physical fitness, and athletic performance through research, education and service.
Work-Life – IUPUI Human Resources
Resources for finding a balance among work, personal, and academic pursuits. Resources are available for students, faculty, and staff in the IUPUI community.
Adaptive Educational Services
AES is the IUPUI office dedicated to working with students with documented disabilities to ensure that these students receive the appropriate accommodations so they have an equal opportunity to be successful at higher education. (UC 100)
Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program (DEAP)
Designed to assist students of color at IUPUI in pursuing and obtaining their college degrees by addressing personal, academic, and social experiences that have an impact on student success. (Taylor Hall 2175)
Academic and Career Development
Services include career counselors as well as career planning and job search tools. (Taylor Hall, 3rd Floor)
Bepko Learning Center
Assists students through several different components: Structured Learning Assistance, Supplemental Instruction, Resource Center, Tutoring Program, and Study Skills Assistance. (UC 2006)
Center for Service Learning
Offers structured service opportunities, community service scholarships, and community work-study opportunities. (Hine Hall 243)
Math Assistance Center
The Center offers Mentoring, Tutoring, and limited Media Online Math Tutorials. (UC B001)
The IUPUI Speaker's Lab simply makes you a better public speaker. (CA 001G)
The Center is a free service available to all IUPUI students, faculty, and staff, at both the graduate and undergraduate level and the place to go for help with writing assignments and projects. (Cavanaugh 008H and University Library 2125)
Several departments offer free assistance to students:
- Biology Resource Center (UC 2025A)
- Computer Science (SL 228)
- Physics (LD 021)
- Psychology Resource Center (LD 129)
- TCM Writing Center (ET 232)