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Campus Resources

Resources for students with disabilities

  • Adaptive Educational Services: The office of Adaptive Educational Services (AES) determines if a student qualifies for accommodations, approves reasonable accommodation requests, and ensures the implementation of those accommodations whenever possible. The AES is where students can submit accommodation requests and faculty can find information about using accommodation software. Additionally, the site contains contact information and hours for the AES Office and testing center.
  • Accommodation Resources on Campus: This resource outlines the process for receiving testing accommodations through AES. Additionally, they provide an overview of the adaptive hardware and software technologies that are available for students who qualify for accommodations, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.

Resources for LGBTQ+ students

  • All Gender Facilities on Campus: Contains an interactive map and downloadable list of the locations of the all-gender restrooms on the IUPUI campus
  • LGBTQ+ Center: IUPUI’s LGBTQ+ Center provides resources and support for LGBTQ+ students and their allies. The site provides information on the center’s programs and upcoming events. The site also contains additional links to resources for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff.

Resources for international students

  • Campus and Community International Partnership: This page gathers together a variety of resources for the IUPUI international community. Students can connect with the Office of International Affairs through this page. Additionally, the page hosts resources for international workers in Indianapolis, refugees, asylees, and immigrants.
  • DEI – Multicultural Education: A collection of journal articles gathered by the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion regarding multicultural education. Includes articles discussing culturally relevant pedagogy, engaging in multicultural education, toxic masculinity, Islamophobia, homophobia and heteronormativity, Critical Race Theory, racism, and anti-oppressive education.
  • IUPUI Office of International Affairs: The website for the IUPUI Office of International Affairs contains a variety of resources for international students applying to and attending IUPUI. It includes information on the admissions and post-admissions process, visas, living in Indianapolis, and events and programs for the international community.
  • Multicultural Center: IUPUI’s Multicultural Center page includes a variety of resources for students at IUPUI. The center has many programs including the Multicultural Leadership Empowerment Program, the Norman Brown Diversity and Leadership Scholarship, resources for multicultural social justice education and workshops, and cultural dinners and events throughout the semester.
  • Multicultural Center Student Organizations: IUPUI has the following student organizations housed within the Multicultural Center: African Student Association (ASA); Asian Student Union (ASU); Black Student Union (BSU); Filipino Student Association (FSA); Latino Student Association (LSA); LGBTQ Student Alliance (LGBTQSA); and Native American Student Alliance (NASA). This page contains links to these organizations and directions to locate additional student organizations involved in creating and sustaining diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Conflict Resolution and Dialogue Programs: The Office of Conflict Resolution and Dialogue Programs (CRDP) provides resources, programs and services that support intercultural learning and engagement and the facilitation of effective communication, dialogue, and conflict resolution processes between and among diverse groups and individuals.

General resources available at IUPUI

  • Registry of Options and Resources: The R.O.A.R. provides a collection of on-campus and local community resources. Available resources on this page include food scholarships, on-campus food and clothing resources, discounted transit passes, childcare resources, and counseling and psychological resources, and additional resources for fostering and sustaining DEI on campus.
  • Campus Resources: An alphabetized directory of offices, centers, and student organizations available on IUPUI’s campus that are involved in creating and sustaining diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Indianapolis Community Resources: An alphabetized directory of organizations involved in creating and sustaining DEI in Indianapolis. Includes the ACLU, the Diversity Roundtable of Central Indiana, the Immigrant Welcome Center, Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, and more.

Resources to help students learn about diversity and inclusivity

  • DEI – Bias and Stereotypes: A collection of journal articles gathered by the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion regarding bias and stereotypes. Includes articles discussing race, unconscious and conscious bias, identity, impacts on students, dealing with these issues in the classroom, stereotypes and stereotype threat, responding to bigotry, gender roles, and gender bias.
  • DEI – Empathy, Inclusion, and Civil Discourse: A collection of journal articles gathered by the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion regarding empathy, inclusion, and civil discourse. Includes articles discussing being an ally, fostering civil discourse in classrooms, incorporating topics into curriculum, developing and improving empathy, and why racial and and political discourse is necessary in classrooms.
  • DEI — Microagressions: A collection of journal articles gathered by the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion regarding microagressions. Includes articles discussing teacher and student perceptions, aboriginal student experiences, microagressions during therapy, varied experiences across races, impacts on mental and physical health, gender, privilege, higher education, LGBTQ microagressions, marginalization, and microagressions in the healthcare system.
  • DEI — Privilege: A collection of journal articles gathered by the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion regarding privilege. Includes articles discussing Christian privilege, the conservation movement, combatting privilege, racial and economic privilege, discussing privilege, and white fragility.