The William M. Plater Civic Engagement Medallion has been established to recognize students who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to their communities during their years as an IUPUI student.
These are one-time service events that focus on a different social issue each month, ranging from hunger, to youth, to water access.
These are one-time service events held at various times throughout the year in which you can volunteer alongside community partners in the Indianapolis community.
Joining a Service-based student organization is a great way to meet new friends and to make a difference in our community. Make a difference in the Indianapolis community by joining us for our community service and civic engagement events held throughout the year.
The many Sam H. Jones scholarships offer financial awards and a variety of components to help you grow as a student, community member, and leader.
You have ideas for service-related programs and events. Using grants from IUPUI and other organizations, you can make your ideas happen.
Presenting a poster is a great opportunity to obtain interesting and valuable feedback for projects, research, or practices from a knowledgeable crowd and is open to students.
SLA scholars gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience in the application of their discipline in unscripted, real-world settings.
The weekly e-newsletter gives you up-to-date information on volunteer opportunities on campus and connecting with various opportunities to serve the Indianapolis community.
Using your Federal Work-Study award at an approved Community Work-Study agency is a great way to gain real-life experience at a non-profit or government agency.