Current IUPUI RAs share their perspective on what it’s like to be a leader in their residence hall.
While the virtual nutrition counseling pilot is coming to an end, IUPUI will continue to offer many other resources centered on nutrition.
The Campus Center event services coordinator gives a look into her life through short icebreaker questions.
Junior Grace Wothke expands on the process and experience of transferring to IUPUI.
The intake assessment specialist gives insight into her life by answering icebreaker questions.
A comprehensive guide of fun fall activities, spooky and sweet, happening around the city and on campus.
The IUPUI community and Indianapolis are invited to take part in one of the university’s most exciting traditions. Canoe racers and spectators will enjoy live performances, festival rides, the Dog Costume Contest and food trucks.
This year, families are encouaged to mix-and-match from several free and paid events to create their very own customized weekend schedule.
The assistant director of outreach and community services gives insight into her life by answering icebreaker questions.
In honor of National Recovery Month, IUPUI hosted a race where proceeds went towards scholarships for students who are part of the Collegiate Recovery Community.
CAPS is hosting IUPUI’s first Suicide Prevention Awareness Month with events and resources available for students.
IUPUI offers new and returning students involvement opportunities, academic resources and leadership programs to have a successful and rewarding experience on campus this semester.
There are several opportunities open to students to get involved with this year’s 15th Annual Regatta.
In her role, Stefanie offers confidential supportive services to students and educates IUPUI staff and faculty about IPV services.
For two decades, Weeks of Welcome has put together a jam-packed schedule of events for both new and returning students to build connections, embrace new experiences and have FUN. See what WOW has in store for our students Aug. 19–31.
This new initiative will engage students around important topics like consent, bystander intervention, and mental health.
To recognize another successful year of serving our students, Student Affairs put together an end-of-year awards ceremony. See the list of winners.
This spring, our students showed up by participating in the Jags Sleep Well Challenge, working out at The Jag and attending student organization events. See how our spring numbers stacked up.
Adair is a 2022 IUPUI graduate who has returned to her alma mater to put her design skills to use by creating a variety of marketing materials for Housing and Residence Life and the Division of Student Affairs.
The Campus Center offers hands-on, real-world job experiences and skill-building to student employees.
As the NaloxBox prepares to get installed on campus, an IUPUI graduate student uses Naloxone to help someone.
Whether students are looking to compete in esports or game casually, this student org has grown into the university's home for a wide variety of gaming experiences.
Leadership. Community. Scholarship. Meet IUPUI’s chosen princesses as they go through this once-in-a-lifetime experience leading up to the Indy 500.
CAPS offers a wide variety of free therapy groups. From teaching students how to better manage their stress, to learning how to better express emotions using art, group therapy is a great option for all IUPUI students.
Enjoy a recap video of this year’s awards reception and see the full list of 2023 Student Organization Awards recipients.
Paws' Pantry has a team of dedicated student volunteers and employees, each of whom is an essential part of making sure that Paws' services runs smoothly so we can serve our student body experiencing food insecurity.
Each award winner was selected because of their positive contributions to our campus community. Hear from the student recipients on what this award means to them.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Jagaplooza invites everyone in the IUPUI community, plus guests, to wrap up the spring semester by enjoying this free end-of-year carnival.
Jenna Nicodemus exemplifies what it means to be a student leader at IUPUI. Learn more about her story and what this scholarship means to her.
Maddie recently joined the IPV team within CAPS and will be responsible for overseeing all awareness month campaigns.
Students are encouraged to go beyond awareness during SAAM by attending events like The Clothesline Project, Take Back the Night and Denim Day.
This newly established council met for the first time in March and will be the student voice when it comes to wellness programs, services and resources.
Indianapolis is a vibrant city full of activities and experiences. Use this spring break to explore the city that IUPUI calls home.
Being a good friend and classmate is essential to cultivating a community of care at IUPUI. This monthly training retreat provides key skills for students to support their friends in times of need.
As a medical director, Renshaw has several responsibilities, which include teaching medical students and seeing patients at Campus Health. Get to know more about him in this Q&A.
Initiated by GPSG in 2020, this composting program offers students an opportunity to make IUPUI a more sustainable campus.
The Multimedia Production Center isn’t just a place to print posters, you can find love too! IUPUI alumni and former MPC employees Karl and Clinton and Tara and Jacob reminisce about the beginning of their relationships.
Daniela Cortes joined Campus Health as the clinic services assistant in Nov. 2022. Her role consists of assisting patients, answering phone calls and marketing the clinic’s services. Get to know her in this Q&A.
This year, the American College Health Association is asking all IUPUI students to participate in their comprehensive health survey. This online survey allows IUPUI to identify and address student health and wellness needs.
Students can learn about campus life at IUPUI and sign up for organizations like Women in Business, the IUPUI Rowing Club, Catalyst for Change and many more.
As the business manager of HRL, Tina Hill takes on a birds-eye view of all fiscal matters related to housing, including invoices and other orders.
For the first time, IUPUI joins 394 other colleges and universities in being recognized for its efforts to increase student voter participation and education.
Stalking Awareness Month brings attention to an issue that can be easily overshadowed. Oftentimes, stalking behaviors are normalized by media and stereotypical perceptions of romance. This January, be more aware of the dangers of stalking.
Sherri Smith has served as the point position for scheduling space in and around the Campus Center since 2019. Get to know her more in this Q&A.
From move-in to over 15,000 students attending WOW, here’s a look back at some of the division’s top moments from the fall.
Interested in becoming a resident assistant? See what a typical day looks like for an RA.
Stress Busters Week is bringing dog therapy, chair massages and more to campus Dec. 5–9. Take this quiz to find out which activities you should attend.
Logan Bromm is the newest team member of the Office of Student Conduct, where he helps resolve alleged violations of the Code of Student Conduct.
In their role, Macki provides frontline support for students and parents and aims to make the housing experience smooth for all residents.
To recognize exceptional graduate and professional students, IUPUI will honor the Elite 50 in 2023. Previous award winners share the benefits of applying for the Elite 50. Applications are open now.