Students in the Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program learn more about majors and career paths from Indiana professionals.
Lauren DeHaan, the assistant director of the Office of Student Employment received the Jim Campbell Rookie of the Year Award.
Field Trip Fridays provide opportunities for students to explore career options outside of the classroom
Academic and Career Development uses field trips as a way for students to be exposed to new companies, majors, and careers.
Discover how engaged learning benefits students in college and after graduation
IUPUI is dedicating a week of celebration for students who are the first in their families to attend college. Discover how the Division of Undergraduate Education is getting in on the action and learn how you can get involved.
Festivities for IUPUI First-Generation Week start Saturday. It's an opportunity to celebrate current students as well as faculty and staff who were the first in their families to attend and to graduate from college.
Many Jags can say "I'm the first in my family" when it comes to attending college. And IUPUI is here to celebrate and teach others what it means to be first with First-Generation Week. With more than 15 events planned November 4 to 7, students can show their first-gen pride by making buttons, decorating diplomas, networking, and more.
At 29 years old, La'Ray Bush is the first sibling in his family to receive a bachelor's degree. He is the second oldest and is taking responsibility for paving the way and setting the example.
The Institute for Engaged Learning empowers students to pursue immersive learning opportunities on campus and in their communities.