Sammy Cole-Reardon joined the Housing and Residence Life team in July 2021. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Looking to de-stress before finals? Health and Wellness Promotion has 25 activities planned for Stress Busters Week, an annual event to help students navigate the end of the semester.
Mike Perry began his role in September 2021 as the new director for Housing and Residence Life at IUPUI. Learn more about him in this Q&A.
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is an annual program where people come together to end the stigma around hunger and homelessness among college students. This year’s events will be held Nov. 16-19 and are sponsored by the Office of Student Advocacy and Support.
Lexa Muehlbauer joined the Division of Student Affairs in October 2021. Get to know her in this Q&A.
October highlights National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Month, which aims to bring attention to issues posed by excessive drinking among college students. IUPUI students are encouraged to learn about the effects of driving under the influence and sign the pledge to never drink and drive.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Part of prevention is about being aware and knowing the signs of domestic violence. Throughout the month, events will shed light on resources and how to take a stand to help end domestic violence.
Get to know more about Perry’s journey to Indianapolis and his plans for IUPUI.
CAPS is developing an easily accessible online platform for mental health and wellness resources. It will include videos and informational items on a wide range of mental health topics.
Regatta Royalty is a tradition at IUPUI where students are crowned based on their campus involvement and leadership qualities. This year, Abbie and Koster and Emily Lesich won out of eight other students.
IUPUI student Sarah Stillerman decided to change her life for the better a decade ago and commit to sobriety. Today, she stays connected with the Collegiate Recovery Community on campus to help others on their journeys in recovery.
As the Financial Administration Coordinator, Ann Schilling handles Campus Center billing. Get to know her in this Q&A.
There are so many ways to spend your fall, spring and summer breaks. The Alternative Break program offered at IUPUI allows students the ability to create positive and sustainable change.
You gotta Regatta. The festival and canoe race are back on the canal for the first time since 2019 for IUPUI students, faculty and staff.
Matthew Jones joined the Division of Student Affairs in 2014. As assistant director for Campus Recreation, Jones provides leadership for the division’s intramural and club sports programming. Jones assists with The Jag fitness center, developing content, teaching and training.
To ensure that campus is staying healthy, Campus Health is hosting several vaccination clinics throughout the fall semester, which will include flu, COVID-19, HPV and MenB vaccines.
As September marks National Recovery Month, the Collegiate Recovery Community is on a mission to bring monthlong awareness to campus and celebrate those who are succeeding in their recovery process.
As the associate program director for advocacy and behavioral case management, Chelsea Noble serves as a resource to students experiencing personal and academic challenges. She advises students, faculty and staff about resources available on campus. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Weeks of Welcome is back, in person, and double the fun. This year will feature some of IUPUI’s longest standing traditions, along with some new ones. Here are 10 events to add to your calendar.
As the fall semester is approaching, USG and GPSG have new executive board members who are implementing new plans and events on campus.
Linda Wardhammar joined the Division of Student Affairs in 2012. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Shania Lawrence joined IUPUI in 2011. Get to know her in this Q&A.
The 2021 Student Organization Awards are an opportunity to celebrate and recognize student organizations, leaders, advisors and programs that make a significant impact on the social, interpersonal and professional development of students, as well as major contributions to IUPUI.
Growing up watching stop-motion movies, Colleen Deignan knew she wanted to use her design and drawing skills to her advantage. During her time at IUPUI, she was able to learn the ins and outs of laser engravers and 3D printers, which led her to her dream job at a film studio.
Prior to joining the Division of Student Affairs as a residence life community specialist for North Hall, Cassie Govert attended IUPUI for her undergraduate degree, where she was a resident assistant at the Riverwalk Apartments. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Jacob Shircliff took advantage of all that IUPUI had to offer him over the last four years and graduated this May feeling grateful for each opportunity.
Student Affairs offices will remain open throughout the summer, with plenty of services and programs for students to access.
Gauri Nagaraj fulfills life-long dream of pursuing a college education in the U.S. and prepares to graduate with a business degree from IUPUI's Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.
Leesa Foley joined IUPUI in 2016 as a family nurse practitioner. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Khrisma McMurray has been full of Jaguar pride since middle school, and she made it official when choosing IUPUI as her college destination. After four years of eye-opening experiences, giving back, and representing her peers, she’s graduating this spring, with plans to return to campus to pursue a master’s degree.
Zac Holmes joined the Division of Student Affairs in November 2008 as housing manager for Housing and Residence Life. Get to know him in this Q&A.
It’s been a year like none other, but through it all, the best and brightest of IUPUI have still made their mark. This year’s Elite 50 was recently announced by IUPUI.
Meleah Fishburn joined the Division of Student Affairs in July 2019. Get to know her in this Q&A.
There are powerful women at IUPUI, and to cap off Women’s History Month, a dozen of them have recently been recognized.
In this self-set challenge, participants are asked to calculate their typical spending on alcohol, caffeine, nicotine or another habit and donate that amount to their favorite philanthropy, while pledging to go without.
As student workers in Health and Wellness Promotion, PHEs strive to promote healthy lifestyle management by raising awareness and knowledge through outreach programs and role modeling. They create change by educating students on a variety of health topics, such as stress management, sexual health, diet and nutrition, physical activity and more.
Mandy Porter joined the Division of Student Affairs in August 2017 as the coordinator for student success and outreach. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Stacy McAtee joined Housing and Residence Life in 2010. In her current role, she oversees the contract and application process for new students and the daily operations and account management for current residents. Get to know her in this Q&A.
IUPUI hosted Spring Weeks of Welcome as students returned to campus for the first time since November. See the best of WOW through the camera lens of Liz Kaye.
Last June, USG launched the Menstrual Product Initiative, aiming to provide free menstrual products across the IUPUI campus. Now, the group has achieved their goal and the initiative has passed.
Courtney Hittepole joined the Division of Student Affairs in November 2020. Get to know one of our newest members in this Q&A.
The last four years have been nothing but stressful for DACA recipients and undocumented citizens. Students at IUPUI developed Dreamers Alliance: United as One to serve their needs.
IUPUI students in the Riverwalk Apartments and Townhomes have the potential to significantly reduce their carbon footprint thanks to a new composting initiative.
Yves Ambroise serves as the assistant director of outreach and community services for CAPS. Get to know him beyond the job in this Q&A.
With the student body’s return to campus, spring Weeks of Welcome is ready to kick off the new semester with a two-week schedule of events.
IUPUI students, staff and faculty are getting ready to return for the in-person portion of the spring 2021 semester and -- much like the fall semester -- will continue to adhere to several safety enhancements as offices prepare to reopen.
Relationships aren’t always easy to maintain, especially when there are barriers outside of your control. To kick off Healthy Relationships Week, here are ten key words for all relationships.
Zach Wadley joined the IUPUI staff in the spring of 2020 as the communications specialist for IU Studios and the Division of Student Affairs. Get to know him in this Q&A.
The IUPUI Division of Student Affairs was recently awarded the Indiana Collegiate Action Network mini-grant and will use it towards the “Fraternity and Sorority Leaders in Harm Reduction” project.
Despite the changes from COVID-19, IUPUI’s Housing and Residence Life team is thriving and others are taking notice. Zach Cramer, Harrianna Thompson and Cassie Govert were all recently recognized for their work.