Events and Programs
At IUPUI, we appreciate the cultural diversity that encompasses our campus. The National Heritage Month celebrations provide the community opportunities to explore cultural values, traditions, and practices. Year-round programming challenges us to think more broadly about diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice.
- Latino Heritage Month
- Pride Month
- Native American Heritage Month
- Black History Month
- Women's History Month
- Asian Hertiage Month
Cultural Leadership Luncheons
These monthly luncheons provide the IUPUI community the opportunity sit down and engage in conversation with a featured campus or community leader. Speakers share their road to success, as well as provide insight into leadership. Dialogue topics include current issues, challenges in leadership, valuable insight on how to improve as diverse leaders on campus, and much more. » Learn more
Additional Programs and Events
The Office of Student Involvement sponsors additional programs and events throughout the year, including the Clothesline Project, Veteran's Awareness week, and Disability Awareness week. If you have an idea for programming that you would like to see take place on campus which aims to appreciate and celebrate diversity, or discuss issues pertaining to multiculturalism and social justice awareness, please contact the Office of Student Involvement.