Spring 2021 operations in the Division of Student Affairs
Friday, January 29, 2021
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.
The Division of Student Affairs has worked to alter procedures, guidelines and day-to-day operations to ensure students have the support and access they need while upholding best practices to keep everyone healthy and safe. Below is a breakdown of each unit in the division with helpful information and links that highlight spring plans and operations.
The Office of Student Conduct will continue to support students and host meetings via Zoom this spring. Meetings can be scheduled by calling the office at 317-274-4431 or by emailing a member of the team.
Students, faculty, and staff can submit reports of sexual misconducthereor by contactingSara Dickey, associate dean of students and director of student conduct.
Presentations and trainings will continue to be offered on a variety of topics, including organization, personal, or sexual misconduct; general office overview; the IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct; Title IX and sexual misconduct; and more. ContactJose Magallonto request a presentation for your class, student organization, or office.
CAPS will provide all services remotely this spring through secure telehealth platforms. A full range of services is still being offered.
If you are looking for group or individual counseling, medication management, and/or testing services, contact CAPS at 317-274-2548 email@example.com.
You can also find resources, like a virtual care package, emotional wellness and COVID-19 resources, self-screening and self-help tools, ULifeline, and drop-in workshops atcaps.iupui.edu.
Campus Center and Student Experiences will continue to provide services and programs for students and our campus community. Follow CCSE on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to stay connected.
Campus Center Hours: Between Saturday, Feb. 6 and Monday, May 10, the Campus Center will be open Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. The Campus Center Information Desk will be open during these hours and can be contacted at 317-278-2533. The CCSE Administrative Office (CE 370) will be open Monday- Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached at 317-278-8511.
The seating areas throughout the Campus Center, including the Citizens Commons and open spaces on campus will continue to be arranged to allow for appropriate physical distancing. Food services will continue to operate, but only five of the nine locations will be open: Chick-fil-A, Pizza Hut, Panda Express, Caribou Coffee and the Market at Campus Center. Locations will be open until 6 p.m. No fountain drinks will be served.
The CUBE Student Organization Center will continue to remain open with enhanced cleaning operations and a set-up to abide by university physical distancing guidelines. The CUBE Help Desk will continue to remain open Monday- Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. to provide support to students and student organizations.
Student organizations will be encouraged to continue operations and maintain connections with members. You can learn about our 500-plus student orgs at thespot.iupui.edu. Student involvement and services fairs, student organization officer town hall meetings and other educational and engagement opportunities for the student organization community will continue to be held virtually.
The Game Room will reopen on Saturday, Feb. 6 with the space capacity limited to six players in the space at a time. One-on-one play will only be allowed for table tennis and billiards and single-player gaming at either Xbox or PS4. The Game Room hours will be 9 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-10:30 p.m. Sundays. No Game Room reservations will be accepted for the spring semester.
Fraternity and Sorority Life will continue to recruit new members, provide educational opportunities, promote a sense of belonging and advise both virtually and in-person with the four governing councils and 25 chapters/charters who make up the fraternity and sorority community. Larger community forums and community educational programs will be held virtually with the exception of a specialist training which will be held in-person following university gathering guidelines.
Alternative Breaks will continue to provide opportunities for students to explore social issues in an online format, while connecting students to local, in-person opportunities when possible.
The Regatta Steering Committee plans to host a series of virtual and small in-person events to get students involved and excited about IUPUI.
USG and GPSG will continue to hold Senate and General Assembly meetings following university guidelines.
The Campus Health clinic in the Campus Center will remain closed for the spring semester. Please visit the Coleman Hall clinic at 1140 W. Michigan, Suite 100, which is open Monday–Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; and Friday, 7 a.m.–4 p.m.
Please call 317-274-2274 or 317-274-8214 to make an appointment. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or are interested in voluntary COVID-19 testing, please visit covid.iu.edu and follow the instructions for testing.
Campus Health is available for things like sick visits or illness, injury, medication refills, annual preventative exams, well woman visits, immunizations, TB testing, pregnancy tests, STI testing, wellness screens, and more.
All residential communities will be open this spring, but with physical distancing and enhanced cleaning procedures being implemented. Students and staff will be expected to abide by all precautionary measures put in place by the university.
To limit the possible spread of the virus, Housing and Residence Life has announced:
all rooms in IUPUI's residence halls will remain as single occupancy, unless two students choose each other as roommates.
students may have two guests help them on their spring semester move-in day.
no guests will be allowed in the residence halls for the remainder of the academic year or until it is deemed safe for outside guests to visit housing.
everyone must wear a mask while occupying shared spaces in the residence halls. Students will not be required to wear masks in their room if they live alone or if roommates agree not to do so.
IUPUI has restructured its housekeeping and maintenance team schedules to increase the frequency of cleanings with disinfectants in the residence halls' bathrooms and public areas.
Residential students can expect to be called for COVID-19 mitigation testing up to 1-2 times per week.
Move out for the end of the spring semester is Sunday, May 9. Students living on campus can apply to live on campus for summer or next academic year starting in early March.
For a complete breakdown of all guidelines and events hosted by HRL, visithousing.iupui.edu.
The Health and Wellness Promotion office space, CE 350, will be available by appointment only on Fridays. Mondays through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. students can walk in for information and to speak with members of the team. To schedule an appointment for Friday, call 317-274-3699.
HWP will hold recurring virtual Condom Club membership training sessions, but students will need to register ahead of time. Members can pick up pre-made to-go bags or submit an order in advance if they want to request specific items, such as specialty condoms. To register for training or submit an order, visitgo.iupui.edu/condoms.
The Know Your Status HIV/STI testing eventswill be held on the first Thursday of February, March and April. The HWP team is working to streamline referrals to other testing options as well. Campus Health offers free HIV and pregnancy testing and wellness screenings year-round. Learn more at health.iupui.edu.
Health and Wellness Coaching and Tobacco Cessation Coaching will be virtual, and all sessions will be conducted via Zoom. Tobacco clients are still eligible for nicotine replacement therapy, which can be mailed to clients' homes or made available for pick-up. Learn more at go.iupui.edu/coaching or go.iupui.edu/quitsmoking.
For spring 2021, addiction recovery support meetings will return Monday, Feb. 8 and be held virtually throughout the semester. The schedule for meetings will beposted on theevents calendar. For details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org@RecoveryIUPUI on Twitter and Instagram.
Whether in-person, live on Zoom, or pre-recorded, HWP has you covered with health and wellness group presentations. Updated descriptions are posted and can be requested at go.iupui.edu/presentations.
Educational Partnerships and Student Success will be available to support students, families and campus partners Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In-person services are available for pre-scheduled and/or walk-in appointments on Tuesdays only starting Feb. 9.
EPSS will host various events throughout the year including our annual Spring Weeks of Welcome which will run Feb. 8-18 with both in-person and virtual events.
Sophomore Success Services and the Advancing Women Mentoring Program will be virtual this spring and students can still participate. To learn more about these programs, contact email@example.com. We’ll continue to share updates on how students can get involved.
Virtual walk-in hours for advocacy meetings will be held from noon-3 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a virtual appointment outside of walk-in hours with an advocate.
Paws' Pantry: Starting the week of Feb. 8, Paws’ Pantry will be open the following days and times:
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., students only, appointment only
Thursdays, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
10 a.m.-4 p.m., student, faculty, and staff appointment-only hours
4-7 p.m., student appointment and walk-in hours (only 2 walk-ins per semester)
Paws' Pantry clients can sign up online at paws.iupui.edu to shop the pantry twice per month. Clients will fill out a form to secure their appointment time and fill out a shopping list, and clients must sign up no later than 24 hours in advance of the open time for the pantry.
Paws' Closet will operate by appointment only. Appointments are offered every 30 minutes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. Clients will need to schedule an appointment online at paws.iupui.edu at least 24 hours in advance of the closet opening. For clients needing urgent access to clothing that cannot be accommodated during normal appointment hours, contact email@example.com to set up an appointment with someone in OSAS.
The Jaguar Campus Recreation fitness facility (The Jag) will be open Jan. 29-Feb. 5 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed Saturday and Sunday. Starting Feb. 6 and running through the end of the semester, The Jag will be open 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Friday and noon-8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
The deadline to register for intramural sports is March 16. Register now at rec.iupui.edu.
No open recreation will be allowed in the Jungle. CROF sand volleyball and outdoor basketball will be limited to 10 players on each court at a time. Club sports will be encouraged to operate but must abide by physical distancing and student organization guidelines.
Students can reserve their space to work out in The Jag or take in-person fitness classes and purchase their fall membership at rec.iupui.edu.
The MPC will open for in-person services on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Printing submissions should be done at mpc.iupui.edu, and an invoice will then be sent to let you know that your print is ready for pick up.You can pick up prints during our office hours. Special cases for printing may occur, in which case Nate Mugg, lead creative designer, will coordinate with the client. When stopping in the MPC to pick up prints, please do not come past the front desk. Someone will be there to assist you shortly if someone has stepped out for a moment.