Resources and Services
Co-Curricular Opportunities and Activities
Student Life allows students the opportunity to meet other students, put classroom skills into practice, serves in leadership positions, and prepare for life experiences in a global society. Information on all aspects of student life at IUPUC is available online.
IUPUC Student Government Association
The IUPUC Student Government Association (SGA) is the voice of students and a vehicle for positive improvements in student life on campus. The SGA disburses student activity funds to registered student clubs and organizations, and members serve as student advisors to the Vice Chancellor and Dean. The Student Council is composed of up to three representatives from each academic division on campus. Elections are held each spring. For more information about SGA visit http://www.iupuc.edu/sga/.
IUPUC Clubs and Organizations
IUPUC has a growing number of student clubs and organizations representing a broad range of student
interests and academic programs. Many of these groups are related to a career or field of study, while others are faith-based, focused on diversity, recreation, service, or
special interests. Starting a club or being involved in a club or organization is a great way for students to connect to the campus. It allows students opportunities to meet other students, put classroom skills into practice, serve in leadership positions, and prepare for life experiences in a global society. Information on starting a club or becoming involved in a current club is available at http://www.iupuc.edu/studentlife/.
IUPUC Excellence in Leadership Initiative
The one-year (fall and spring) leadership development and enrichment program is for IUPUC students who want to strengthen and expand their leadership skills and experience.
· ELI will offer students opportunities to explore specific topics through a series of eight informative
workshops. It will also include opportunities for students to make tangible contributions to the
university and the Columbus community through service projects.
· To successfully complete the program, participants must attend at least six of the eight workshops, participate in a community service activity, and demonstrate a desire to lead both in and out of the classroom.
· Students who complete these requirements will receive an IUPUC Certificate of Leadership and branded IUPUC apparel or other items from the Office of Student Services.