Tobacco products kill more than 8 million people each year. And Health and Wellness Promotion is hard at work to ensure our campus community says no to nicotine.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at IUPUI will be offering Coping 101 workshops every Wednesday from now through the end of August.
Cassidy Caudill made the most of her college experience, completing three internships while serving as the lead coordinator of Paws' Closet.
Kaneyia Houston has always had a passion for helping others. Her internship with the Office of Student Advocacy and Support allowed her to help others and gain real-world experience.
Another year has come and gone at IUPUI, which means it’s time for a new edition of the Student Organization Awards. This year, 51 awards were given to leaders across the IUPUI campus.
Graduating senior Ashly Holt took an unconventional path to IUPUI, but she is leaving with real-world experience and skills that will help her as she enters the workforce.
Madison Mick serves as a night-shift patient care technician in Indianapolis hospitals while balancing nursing school and being the president of her sorority.
Despite the coronavirus keeping students away from campus, Campus Health remains committed to serving students through telehealth visits.
Mari Luna will serve as the president, while Karl Nkemzi was elected as vice president.
Jadah Cunningham worked with her sorority -- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. - Omicron Pi Chapter -- to organize a food drive for Gleaners Food Bank.
Women-identified students, faculty and staff have been selected to receive this year's Women's Leadership Awards.
Fifty graduate and professional students are awarded Elite 50 honors each year. Read who is being celebrated this year.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and here's how you can get involved in this year's virtual events.
Parent and Family Programs has compiled four ways for families to support students who are now learning from home.
Opportunities remain available to support students throughout the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. Here are three ways you can help students with Paws’ Pantry.
Read how Shaina Lawrence, assistant director in the Office of Student Advocacy and Support, is representing IUPUI and higher education in Indianapolis on this new city-wide initiative.
Learn more about sexual health and well-being, discuss important social issues, ask questions about healthy relationships and more.
Weeks of Welcome wowed campus this semester. Check out some of our favorite photos from the past two weeks.
The Division of Student Affairs at IUPUI will host the first-ever spring Weeks of Welcome Jan. 13-24.
Paws' Bookshelf currently offers textbooks for courses in mathematics and physics. Learn how to participate.