Offices and Centers
IUPUI offices and centers involved in creating and sustaining diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Adaptive Educational Services (AES) is the IUPUI office dedicated to working with students with documented disabilities to ensure that these students receive the appropriate accommodations so they have an equal opportunity to be successful at higher education.
The ACT Center of Indiana is a research and training center focused on evidence-based mental health practices that support recovery in adults with severe mental illnesses.
We strongly value our connections in the community. Working with individuals, businesses, nonprofits, schools, health care providers and neighborhood organizations enables us to connect students, faculty and staff with relevant issues of today, to better prepare our students, and to find workable solutions to local and global problems.
The Indiana University Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics, and Society (CSRES) is an interdisciplinary association of scholars, academic programs, and research centers from the eight campuses of Indiana University. Our mandate is to aid in the development of research to better understand religion, ethics, values, and spirituality in society.
The mission of the Cultural Heritage Research Center is to conduct multidisciplinary research to advance the understanding of cultural heritage and its role in society.
Through connecting, affirming, guiding, and engaging students, DEAP helps to ensure their success at IUPUI. DEAP offers intensive retention programming and a supportive community.
The Office of Equal Opportunity is committed to promoting a working and learning environment free of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, or veteran status.
The R.O.A.R. website is a “one-stop shop” of information with campus and local community services within a 5-mile radius of IUPUI.
The Office of Intercultural Literacy, Capacity and Engagement provides resources for faculty, staff and community partners to support excellence in scholarship, teaching and engagement with diversity, equity and inclusion.
The Office of International Affairs is your resource for connecting to IUPUI’s international activities. If you want to join or participate in IUPUI’s growing global community, come to us.
The International Center for Intercultural Communication (ICIC) within the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts studies English language and intercultural communication through the use of linguistic science; implements practical and customizable education and training in English language and culture for specific purposes; and applies its research to benefit the local and global community.
IU School of Medicine Diversity Affairs seeks to advance women and underrepresented minorities in medicine and science, in order to advance IUSM itself.
The Joint Center’s Mission is to utilize scholarly inquiry and open dialogue to promote mutual understanding and goodwill between the countries of East Asia and the United States, specifically with regard to the content and development of laws and the role of law in society.
Lake Institute on Faith and Giving fosters a greater understanding of the ways in which faith both inspires and informs giving by providing knowledge, education, and training.
The LGBTQ+ Center supports a commitment to leadership development, academic inquiry, and local, national, and global engagement with particular respect to sexual, romantic, and gender identities.
The IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is globally recognized as the first of its kind. School faculty and staff train and empower students and practitioners to innovate and lead—and to create positive and lasting change in the world.
The mission of the IUPUI Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center is to support German-American Studies through scholarly research, teaching, and service. Through the study of the German diaspora in the United States and its effects on American culture and society, the influence and importance of the German element is evident.
Great Lakes Equity Center provides technical assistance, resources, and professional learning opportunities related to equity, civil rights, and systemic school reform throughout the six-state region of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Born out of a call to action in 2006 by students, the Multicultural Center is dedicated to promoting student development and support through diversity education and multicultural awareness.
Our main objective is to improve the teaching of the Spanish language and its culture in the states of Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Michigan, providing a meeting point for teachers, students and administrations of all levels that are involved in the teaching and study of The Spanish language and Hispanic cultures.
The Student Advocate strives to listen carefully to your concerns, explain relevant policies and procedures, discuss possible courses of action, and provide guidance while respecting students' rights to privacy within the confines of the law and university policy.
The Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture was established in 1989 to explore the connection between religion and other aspects of American culture. We are a research and public outreach institute that supports the ongoing scholarly discussion of the nature, terms, and dynamics of religion in America.
The mission of Upward Bound is to prepare each participant for successful entrance into a college or university. This college preparatory program is designed to assist students with the development of their academic skills and to provide guidance for success beyond high school.
Urban Center for the Advancement of STEM Education fosters the goals of increasing the numbers of highly qualified K-12 STEM teachers, and expanding knowledge of teaching and learning. UCASE was founded in 2006 through IUPUI's Commitment to Excellence (CTE) Fund.
The Office of Veterans and Military Personnel is designed to provide comprehensive resources to veterans and Veterans Affairs benefit recipients to aid in their overall success as IUPUI students.
The Office for Women works to build an environment on campus that is inclusive of all and seeks to create a climate where women can succeed.
IUPUI student organizations involved in creating and sustaining diversity, equity, and inclusion.
A minority volunteer organization group that focuses on issues, building character and experience for one's major. While mentoring the young and developing skill sets for your future career.
The African Students Association’s purpose is to bring all African students and all IUPUI student that care about Africa together.
Alliance at IUSM focuses on education about LGBTQ health to ensure that future medical providers are aware of the medical needs of the community, additionally providing volunteer opportunities for students to turn this knowledge into skillful practice.
Since its founding on December 4, 1906, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has supplied voice and vision to the struggle of African-Americans and people of color around the world.
To serve as the IUSD community outreach liaison to the underserved pediatric population of the Indianapolis area by providing dental health information to children in local schools, churches, and other community organizations.
The American Assembly for Men in Nursing is an organization for men and women who are interested in advocating for men in the field of nursing and for men's health. This organization is open to current nursing and pre-nursing students.
The purpose of this Chapter shall be to promote discussion and awareness of civil liberties issues and to safeguard civil liberties.
American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) strives to advance women within the medical field and improve women's health. It also serves as an organization geared toward Pre-Medical students interested in professional school.
AMWA holds 1-2 lectures/month concerning topics related to several topics supporting the theme of “women and medicine.” These topics are relevant to all future physicians. We not only hold lunches, but also have a successful mentoring program.
We work with the Latino community of Indianapolis by doing community service and events that impacts the community in a positive way.
The purposes of the organization is to promote and advance human rights for all , raise awareness about the current human rights violations and abuses all over the world and advocate for human rights by working with Amnesty International.
Salaam! The Arabic Club at IUPUI helps to enrich its members' knowledge of Arabic language and culture. Anyone is welcome to attend our club events or our Dardasha (Arabic Conversation Hour) meetings.
The Asian Law Students Association (ALSA) is a student organization dedicated to fostering a supportive atmosphere for all students at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Asian Student Union Aims to connect IUPUI students and community to Asian heritage and culture; through community service, social networking and cultural programming. All students seeking the understanding of Asian and Asian American culture are welcome.
This organization is the student chapter of Association for Women in Mathematics(AWM)
Provide opportunities for female students to explore the field of surgery, research opportunities and to participate in AWS on a national level. Promote career advancement of women, gender issues, and provide mentorship of women in the surgical field.
Best Buddies is a national, not for profit organization that focuses on the inclusion of individuals with developmental and developmental disabilities.
IU McKinney BLSA’s mission is to support and advance the interests of its members and the broader Black community. To achieve our goal, we focus on the recruitment and development of Black law students.
In recognition of the need for an organization to meet the academic political, philosophical, and social needs of black students; develop and maintain a positive racial identity among blacks on this campus and the Indianapolis community.
Bollywood Beats @ IUPUI (BB)
The purpose of Bollywood Beats is to promote the joy of dancing and fitness along with cultural diversity. This organization is open to all students, staff, or faculty who are interested in learning about Indian dance forms.
Bridges International is a student organization which seeks to help international students through service activities, social networking, and spiritual resources.
The Mission of the Capital Warrior Student Association is to prepare future Officers to fight and win in a complex world.
As the Caregiver Unity Council at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, we strive to act as a peer-to-peer/cultural association for the student caregivers at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis; providing assistance and support.
Human rights is a chance to uphold the dignity and rights of ALL people. Join us in making an impact domestically and internationally, by bringing about awareness on human rights violations, and becoming activists for change. World change is how we roll!
Chi Alpha Epsilon was formed to recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and universities through non-traditional criteria who utilize developmental and educational support services.
Student interest group dedicated to issues of child abuse, the child/family court system, and social justice issues surrounding children.
CAD-sig promotes the education of the student body to working with children and adults with all types of disabilities and provides outlets for which the student body can do so.
The is an organization composed of IUPUI students from a diversity of academic disciplines that share a common interest in philanthropy, nonprofit organizations, social innovation and development, and community engagement.
We share the Gospel of God to Chinese speaking students and visiting scholars.
The Chinese Culture Club aims to help students at IUPUI learn about and engage with Chinese culture and language through events such as training with martial arts, lectures with guest lecturers, and events with the Chinese community.
IUPUI has a large Chinese population. IUPUI-CSSA aims to build up a bridge between Chinese community and IUPUI campus as well as contribute to diverse culture of IUPUI.
The College Diabetes Network (CDN) is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide innovative peer based programs which connect and empower students and young professionals to thrive with diabetes.
We connect college students with the most to give to kids who need it most. Through weekly after-school activities on a college campus, mentors show kids the importance of trying harder in school and help them understand higher education opportunities.
These young men and women share a common interest with that of the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis which is to enhance and improve the quality of life for younger black men and women.
January 13, 1913 marked a day in history for African-American women. On this day, twenty-two trail blazing college educated women paved the way to set a foundation for what is now one of the largest African-American women's organization in the world.
A students organization to help incoming Indian students adjust to the life in the US and involve them in various events throughout their student career.
A collection of students at IUSM with a shared interest in the role ethics plays in modern medicine.
The Feminist Law Society promotes activism through dialogue regarding sex/gender political, economic and social equality. Feminist Law Society aims to explore the concept of intersectionality within the law through personal and academic discourse.
Filipino Student Association (FSA) at IUPUI's mission is to promote Filipino culture, encourage diversity, and create collaborative relationships on campus and in the community.
The mission of the Francophone Student Association is to support the learning and use of the French language at IUPUI and to promote awareness and understanding of francophone cultures among the IUPUI community.
Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc., was founded on April 17, 1991, at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. It was the dream of six Latina women who sought more support than the traditional Greek community.
The German Club at IUPUI offers an cultural experience for Students with the interest in Germany. The Club is active on-campus as well off-campus. Students are able to talk to native Germans as well as US Students with a strong background in german.
The Hispanic Law Society helps Hispanic students become effective participants in law school and to increase awareness about the legal issues affecting Hispanics.
The purpose of ISCA is to promote Indian culture and awareness through cultural events and fundraisers. The organization is open to all students, staff, or faculty of IUPUI that are interested in learning about the Indian culture.
The International Club at IUPUI is a student organization whose aim is to foster international and cross-cultural understanding on the IUPUI campus.
The mission of Triota is to articulate discussion surrounding discrimination, sexism, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, and ableism. We are a collaborative club and have secured a safe space for anyone to come and have their voice heard.
The Iranian Association was founded at IUPUI in the Fall Semester of 1999. ISA was formed to promote better understanding of the social, traditional, and historical aspect of Iranian culture at IUPUI.
ILA aims to "demonstrate the meaning of Islamic Law (Sharey’ah)" and to "represent Islamic law and practice to all the members of Robert H. McKinney School of Law or other events in the campus of Indiana University-Purdue Indianapolis University."
If you're interested in learning something new about Japan or want to meet Japanese exchange students or other people also interested in Japan, you should join us! We love to discuss topics that relate to Japanese history, culture and language.
The Jewish Student Association (JSA) at IUPUI is the home for all things Jewish and Israeli on campus.
Kelley Indianapolis MBA Women's Association is a community that connects, challenges and empowers its members to achieve their personal and professional goals through networking, socials, community outreach and developmental workshops.
Kelley International Club provides a supporting medium for international students to build connections and networks with their peers. Kelley I-Club creates a channel to communicate and network with other members.
KSA provides and shares useful information on IUPUI and life in Indianapolis to prospective and current members and promotes friendship and social interactions among its members. Also KSA provides opportunities of better understanding of Korean cultures
La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Incorporated primarily seeks to take a leadership role in meeting the needs of the Latino community through academic achievement, cultural awareness, community service and promotion of the Latino culture and people.
The Lambda Law Society is committed to improving student and faculty awareness and education of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer(LBGTQ) community in areas of law and public policy.
The primary goal of the Latino/a Student Association is to unify the diverse Latino students at IUPUI in the desire to promote academic excellence in our community and the pride that accompanies the knowledge of self.
The LGBTQ Student Alliance is IUPUI's undergraduate student organization dedicated to the advancement of the LGBTQ community. We are a community of students hosting open dialogue and a free exchange of ideas in regards to the LGBTQ+ community.
Malaysian Student Association (MySA) IUPUI strives in promoting Malaysian culture and have a good time together in IUPUI.
MS-SOL is a group of students who are aimed at serving the Latino community in the Indianapolis area. We volunteer at health fairs and student-run outreach clinics to provide the Latino community the best medical care available.
Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)
IU School of Medicine's branch of a national organization aimed at preserving reproductive health accessibility.
Military Medicine (MLTMED)
We are Army/Navy/Air Force HPSP students at IUSM.
Minority Science and Technology Club (MSTC)
Minority Science and Technology Club is a National NOBCChE (Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers) chapter at IUPUI open to all minority students interested in the STEM (Science, Technolgy, Engineering, and Math) related fields.
The MSA of the IUPUI aims to provide a platform for Muslims and non-Muslims to get to learn about Islam and serve the Indianapolis community.
Professional organization that focuses on Journalism based criteria as well as networking , career building and internships. All majors and races are welcome !
NOMADS promotes diversity, promotes different points of view, and gives a voice to students who feel underrepresented in the fields of architecture and design and affiliated professions.
The National Society of Black Engineers mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
An organization to meet the academic, political, philosophical, and social needs of Native American students while working to assist with the cultural competencies of all faculty, staff and students as it relates to Native American awareness!
Nina Scholars Leadership Organization (NSLO)
Nina Scholars Leadership Organization strives to help put the thoughts and ideas of the past and current Nina scholars into formulating the culture of the future events.
A group for people to learn more about the faith and spirituality of ancient Christianity.
The Pakistani Students Association of IUPUI is a non-profit organization that aims to educate students and staff on Pakistan, as well as create community and friendships amongst Pakistanis and non-Pakistanis alike.
Paws PantryA student-ran food pantry on IUPUI's campus that serves students, staff, and faculty. All you need is a JagTag!
The purpose of Physicians for Human Rights is to mobilize health professionals to advance health, dignity, and justice and promote the right to health for all.
The group aims to organize student & stakeholder education, training & advocacy for UN human rights reporting & engagement in various human rights and legal institutions.
The RELIGIOUS STUDIES STUDENT ASSOCIATION sponsors films, lectures, panels, and guest speakers in order to promote discussion and understanding of the role of religions in our cultural heritage(s).
Saudi Students Club at IUPUI is an international club that host various fun and educational activities about saudi arabian culture.
SCRAP assists formerly incarcerated individuals and their families during their transition and re-integration into broader society.
The Social Justice Scholars, under the direction of Social Justice Education, serve to educate and motivate students with social justice issues through programming in a variety of forms. The Scholars also plan the annual Tunnel of Oppression.
A student-driven organization founded to recruit, support and advance STEM majors into successful higher education and career opportunities.
Mission: "SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development."
Our collegiate SWE section seeks to develop our female engineering students both academically and professionally as well as inspire young girls to pursue science and engineering through partnering with local schools.
South Asian Youth Action is an organization which aims to motivate the South Asian youth of IUPUI to become involved in our surrounding community. Our focus is philanthropy and our plan of action is to organize opportunities for such involvement.
The student organization has been established for the purpose of educating the faculty and student community on the diversity of the Hispanic-Latino cultures while expanding Spanish language proficiency.
We are a chapter of a national organization to help Black and Latino males be successful at IUPUI.
We are sisters on the same journey, empowering one another through social unity, academic excellence, leadership and support…together we are a sisterhood of distinction and we will rise.
Indian Raas Dance Team
Veterans@IUPUI is a student-run organization on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).
Students Against Animal Cruelty will be the first club at IUPUI that centers its attention around animal welfare. We want to raise awareness to the community about the ethical treatment of animals.
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) of IUPUI is a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and community members organized on democratic principles to promote justice, human rights, liberation, and self-determination for the Palestinian people.
Students Organize for Syria (SOS) at IUPUI is a diverse group of students working together to shed light on the current situation in Syria and to provide necessary humanitarian relief for and stand in solidarity with the people of Syria.
Our mission is to be a clear and confident Pro-Israel voice on college campuses, and to support students in grassroots Pro-Israel advocacy.
America's Tooth Fairy's mission to eliminate children’s preventable pain and suffering from preventable pediatric dental disease and improve quality of life for at-risk children. The goal is to educate young kids and their parents to maintain oral health.
The mission of Students Who Care is to increase awareness of stereotypes and fears associated with mental health problems through campus-wide education and fundraising events in an effort to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues.
TSA at IUPUI is a student association to support new/ future Taiwanese students to get acquainted with the environment and campus through introducing them to the community and to provide assistance in various aspects of daily living.
Tau sigma is a club for anyone interested in the attending dental school on a military scholarship. It is also for students who are already on a military scholarship, but have questions about military life after dental school.
SGI Buddhists believe that all people have the power to lead lives of great value and creativity and to positively influence their communities, society and the world.
A non-discriminatory service organization aimed at enhancing the legal education of its members by increasing awareness of issues for women in the legal profession and also for women in our community.
TWLOHA IUPUI-Chapter is affiliated with To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), Inc., a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide.
A group of women with a common ground of science looking to enhance their collegiate experience through the offering service, mentoring, social and pre-professional opportunities.
Members of UPnGO at IUPUI aim to promote diversity and improve retention by providing avenues for academic, professional, and social support. UPnGO fosters networks and collaborations, and can keep you informed about fellowships, services, and activ
Women in Business (WIB) is an undergraduate student organization dedicated to advancing the success of women within the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis.
WISH is a residential learning community for female science students. The organization aims to foster passion for the sciences by creating a community that provides social and academic support and promotes a commitment to service.
WiT at IUPUI is dedicated to improving community by empowering women from all disciplines to utilize technology to make a difference.
A feminist organization with the goal of improving our campus, the surrounding community and the world for women and for any oppressed group. We want equality for all.