What is available to you? Being an Undocumented/DACAmented student at IUPUI
Mathematics Assistance Center: A free tutoring service to students in algebra, elementary education math, algebra & trigonometry, finite math, calculus, statistics, and non-math department courses.
The Writing Center: A peer-to-peer mentoring by undergraduate and graduate writing consultants and is available to all IUPUI students. Students can work one-on-one with experienced readers and writers to improve their writing process.
BEPKO Learning Center: To assist students in realizing their full academic potential, the Bepko Learning Center houses three offices: the Office of Academic Enrichment, the Office of Academic Mentoring, and the Office of Tutorial Support
Opportunity to Dream Scholarship: An IU Scholarship where preference is given to students who do not qualify for federal or state-based financial aid because of their citizenship status, such as undocumented students, refugees, and/or students who have been granted political asylum.
IUPUI DACA Website- Whether you are a DACA student or an undoc student; these are the many available resources. ranging to CAPS to report a bias.
IUYA Scholarship This scholarship is only available to undocumented students with or without Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS), who reside in Indiana, demonstrate financial need, and are pursuing higher education.
CICF: Central Indiana Community Foundation is a catalyst for progress, and a supporter of visionary ideas with the power to improve our community and the lives of its residents.
Paws’ Pantry: the food pantry is dedicated to helping relieve food insecurity inside the IUPUI community. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to shop twice per month using a limit system.
Paws’ Closet: The paws closet is an on-campus resource dedicated to helping students succeed in their daily and professional lives by providing free clothing to those in need of everyday and business attire.
Help Me R.O.A.R: The hub of many Academics resources available at IUPUI listened on one page.
Student Wellness Directory: There is a searchable list of student health and wellness programs as your resource guide for healthy living and support. Sort by topic and click to learn more about program details.
Student Health Clinic: Our mission at IUPUI Campus Health is to provide the best care at a low cost to our patients. Our primary focus is to ensure our students stay healthy and have access to our services when they are feeling under the weather.
Alliance for Immigrant Justice (AIJ): Alliance for Immigrant Justice works to serve the needs of the undocumented community on and off-campus. Our mission is to provide resources and social support to the community, as well promoting awareness regarding the undocumented population's needs.
Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program (DEAP): The mission of the Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program (DEAP) is to enhance the transition and success of IUPUI students from populations that have been traditionally underrepresented in higher education by addressing academic, social, and personal matters that have an impact on persistence.
Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: The mission of the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is to educate, advocate, engage and empower the IUPUI community by cultivating partnerships and resources to create and sustain an environment that is inclusive, equitable and diverse.
Multicultural Center: The IUPUI Multicultural Center seeks to support the entire student population promoting the value of diversity, broadening multicultural awareness and sensitivity, advancing cultural competence, and encouraging cross-cultural collaborative relationships through retention, engagement and education.
Report a Bias Incident: If you have experienced a bias incident, you can submit a report to alert the university. Reporting an incident allows IU to support those impacted and take steps to prevent future incidents.
IUPUI's LGBTQ+ Center: The LGBTQ+ Center is open to everyone. It serves as a lighthouse for LGBTQ+ resources and as a landing ground to find community on
USG is working on gathering more resources for students in the coming months! If you think something should be added please reach out!
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