Discover activities, organizations, and services that will enrich your student experience and help you make connections that last a lifetime.
From your first day of classes, you will interact with fellow students of all ages and backgrounds. You will also enjoy a friendly, welcoming, and supportive atmosphere in which faculty and staff are eager to help succeed academically and grow personally.
Students are important, valued members of the IUPUC family. We can help you get connected with campus life and make friends, gain leadership skills, and explore new areas of interest.
Contact the Office of Student Involvement for information about the latest news and activities.
One of the benefits of earning your degree on a small campus is that you stand out from the crowd. Our students are actively engaged in campus life and play important leadership roles. Here are just a few of the possibilities:
Student Clubs & Organizations
Find like-minded friends and a group that shares your interests! More than 20 student clubs and organizations reflecting a wide range of academic, professional, cultural, and recreational focuses meet regularly on campus.
Health, Sports, & Fitness
Compete in your favorite IUPUC athletic club or intramural sport, like volleyball, flag football, basketball, and softball. You can also take advantage of discounts at local gyms and fitness centers to maintain your personal fitness or explore new fitness goals.
Not sure what career path is right for you? We can help you find an internship, write a resume, prepare for job interviews, and more! The Office of Career Services offers a variety of career information and resources to help you choose a major and a career that is a good fit.
Sometimes balancing academics, work, and your personal life can be challenging. If you are feeling anxious or stressed about managing everything, we can help.
Our ombudsman is a neutral, impartial staff member who works with students, faculty, and staff to resolve a variety of concerns. The ombudsman provides confidential, informal assistance to ensure your campus experience is fair and free from bias.
Adaptive Educational Services (AES)
If you have documented short- or long-term physical challenges that could impact your academic success, you may want to seek adaptive educational services. Talk to us about the types of accommodations that might be available.