Senior Administrative Assistant
We are in the midst of the worst public health crisis in a century. Indiana University and IUPUC have diligently worked to make the right decisions in the face of the unprecedented and rapidly changing situation with the COVID-19 pandemic.
IUPUC students are feeling the crisis, especially those students in our most rural areas. While they spend this semester learning in an entirely new way, we know we have some students who are also dealing with greater food insecurity, unexpected medical bills, and even technology needs.
Many IUPUC students support themselves, and their families, while also paying for their IUPUC education. You can help provide emergency support for our students facing hardships brought about by this pandemic, or other unforeseen situations. Through this link, you will find the IUPUC Student Emergency Assistance Fund.
For those of you who are experiencing financial hardships of your own, we know that this is not the time to give.
For those who are able to give, any level of support makes a difference and is greatly appreciated. IUPUC has processes in place to ensure that emergency funds flow quickly to our students in urgent need.
Thank you once again for all that you do to support IUPUC. Your loyalty and commitment are very much appreciated.
Take care of yourself and your loved ones.
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Since 1970, over 5,000 graduates have earned their degree at IUPUC and have gone on to be leaders in their fields within academia and the workplace.
And when you graduate from IUPUC, you’re also a part of the alumni network of IU and Purdue alumni around the world.
Get connected and find alumni who can help you in your field. Search for jobs. Attend a professional development event. Or, join us for one of our annual networking events.
The opportunities to grow in your career and shape the future of IUPUC are endless when you connect with the IUPUC Alumni Association.
IU Alumni Association South Central Indiana Region is a ‘newly established’ charter group created by the merger of IU Alumni Association Bartholomew County Chapter and the IUPUC Alumni Association.
Together, we bring ALL IU alumni in the region to deepen and strengthen our ties to IU and one another. No matter which campus you attended, we are all alumni of IU who can work together.
IUAA SCR helps connect IU alumni in our region through opportunities for fellowship and networking.
Please join us! Have fun and get connected with other IU Alumni in Columbus and the South Central region!
IUPUC is unique because we are well positioned as a high-quality public institution, offering baccalaureate and masters degrees from two of the world's best institutions of higher education (IU and Purdue), yet we do this in an environment offering small, cozy class sizes.Dr. Ryan Brewer | Associate Professor, Finance, Division of Business
Being a part of the IUPUC Alumni Association connects you with IU’s alumni network of over 640,000 alumni
Getting connected is quick and easy! You don’t have to give a lot to make a big difference
The alumni network of IUPUC is with you for life to help guide and assist you throughout your career
Senior Administrative Assistant
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