The Resource Fair is an opportunity for you to meet faculty and staff from various campus units and offices that work in a variety of ways to support undergraduate and graduate students' academic and personal development and success. The following campus units and offices listed below will participate in the Resource Fair this year. Representatives from these units and offices will be available during lunch to share resources, answer questions, and provide information on how they support IUPUI’s student community.
CTL collaborates with faculty, schools, and departments to enhance student learning and to support faculty and graduate student professional development at IUPUI.
Gateway to Graduation
Gateway is a faculty-led effort to improve student learning and retention in courses with high enrollments of first-year students.
University Information Technology Services - Information Technology Training
IT Training offers instructor-led computing workshops and provides self-study training resources to the IU community and beyond.
IUPUI Graduate School
The IUPUI Graduate Office is committed to the academic and professional development of a diverse community of graduate and professional students, faculty, and staff through effective delivery of services and innovative activities by fostering collaborations within and across disciplines, campus, and beyond.
Math Assistance Center
The Math Assistance Center offers tutoring and peer mentoring from fellow students to anyone in a mathematics course. Assistance with online homework and software projects is available as well.
The IUPUI Speaker’s Lab is an on-campus resource that is available to help you become a better speaker. Whether you need assistance in brainstorming topics for your speech, drafting your online, or practicing your presentation, we are available to assist you.
University Writing Center
The University Writing Center is a service available to all IUPUI students, both graduate and undergraduate. Students can work one-on-one with experienced readers and writers to improve their writing process and receive constructive feedback on their assignments.
Chemistry Resource Center
The Chemistry Resource Center provides students with an opportunity to get additional help in their chemistry courses. Help is free and is available on a drop-in basis.
Psychology Resource Center
The Psychology Resource Center offers mentoring and support for undergraduate students in their psychology courses. Help is free and available on a walk-in basis.
Biology Resource Center
The Biology Resource Center is a collaboration between the Bepko Learning Center and the Department of Biology. This service offers free additional help to students in select biology courses. The Biology Resource Center offers extra assistance to students from experienced student mentors in small groups and in one-on-one settings.
Bepko Learning Center
The Bepko Learning Center, part of University College, engages undergraduate students in the process of supplemental instruction. Supplemental instruction is based on the premise that students can play a key role in the academic development of their peers by being role models in the form of academic mentors, success coaches and tutors.
IU Police Dept. and Emergency Management and Continuity
The IU Emergency Management and Continuity (IUEMC) team and IUPD are dedicated to helping the IU community be prepared. The Protect IU program can help you prepare for almost anything that might happen, including - how to update your IU-Notify settings, who to contact in the event of an emergency or other problem, how to stay safe in bad weather, what to do if there’s an emergency on campus, and how to create a departmental emergency plan.
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.
Adaptive Educational Services
The Adaptive Educational Services coordinates support services and academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities. This ensures that these students have equal opportunities to pursue a college education, while also ensuring a high level of academic integrity is maintained.
Serving as a centerpiece for the IUPUI library system, the University Library provides academic and community patrons with wide variety of study and learning spaces. The five-story facility houses hundreds of study carrels, group study rooms, multimedia classrooms, a 100-seat auditorium, and the Academic Commons—a flexible group study area equipped with leading-edge computer and multimedia technology.
Counseling and Psychological Services Center
CAPS provides mental health services for IUPUI students and support to the IUPUI community through services including group counseling, individual counseling, medication management, testing, consultation, educational workshops, and outreach.
Office of International Affairs
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.