Cavanaugh Hall

Connecting to Campus

All successful careers require critical thinking, teamwork, sensitivity to cultural, demographic, economic and societal differences and political perspectives. We define liberal arts as learning the "art" of liberation: liberate your mind, liberate society, liberate the world! It is our goal to assist ALL students!

The American Indian Programs office is located in Cavanaugh Hall - Room CA325 and is a designated "Safe Space!"  The office is a non-censored advocacy space for students with a defined goal of providing access to resources for ALL students, staff, faculty, and everyone that visits our space. We are QPR trained so we are able to offer the most qualified assistance to those who need help!

This year we hope to establish a place of honor on our IUPUI campus to celebrate and acknowledge the Indigenous Tribes and Nations native to Indiana and those whose historic homelands are now the site of the IUPUI Indianapolis campus! We pay tribute to the Miami, Potawatomi, Shawnee, Lenape and Kickapoo as well as many others who were marched from their homelands!

The following campus resources are available for all IUPUI faculty, staff and students (most can be found at :

Jag Alert [Emergency Preparedness or IU Protect]: (317) 278-1600. . Update your personal information under the “Notifications” tab in Canvas in order to be contacted during all types of campus and community emergencies.

Adaptive Educational Services (AES): Taylor Hall UC137– 815 Michigan; (317) 274-3241. . AES coordinates support services and academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities of all types.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): Walker Plaza WK220- 719 Indiana Avenue; (317) 274-2458. CAPS provides assistance because the responsibilities of college life cause great pressure at times. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please consider calling the Counseling and Psychological Services center at IUPUI. Their services are completely confidential and are almost completely subsidized by student fees.

IUPUI Center for Young Children - 321 Limestone; (317) 274-3508. The IUPUI Center for Young Children provides child care and early childhood education for the University's diverse population as well as the Indianapolis Community. 

IUPUI Jag Tag: Campus Center CE217; 420 University Blvd; (317) 274-5177. . Jag Tag is the official form of identification for IUPUI and offers many discounts and conveniences.

IUPUI Multicultural Center (MC): Taylor Hall UC115– 815 Michigan; (317) 274-2815. The IUPUI Multicultural Center , a division of the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), offers a wide array of cultural program for the campus and is a great source for events that might count for course extra credit! The Office of Social Justice, GLBT Center, Black Student Union (BSU), Latino Student Association (LSA), Asian Students United (ASU) and Native American Student Alliance (NASA) are all housed in the MSCS!

IUPUI Office of the Bursar: Campus Center CE250 – 420 University Blvd; (317) 274-1519. . The Bursar's Office is operated by the IU Division of Finance and Administration. This office handles all student credit hour billing regarding any admission, registration, or other costs. They handle deferments and payment options as well.

IUPUI Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO): Lockefield Village LV1164- 980 Indiana Avenue; (317) 274-2306. . For any concerns with inconsistent or unfair treatment as it relates to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability or veteran status.

IUPUI Office of Financial Aid Services (OSFS): Campus Center CE250 – 420 University Blvd; (317) 274-4162. The Financial Aid Services office specifically handles student loans, grants, and work-study. An important distinction to make is that billing is handled by the Bursar's Office and the Scholarship Office handles scholarships.

IUPUI Office of the Registrar: Campus Center CE250 – 420 University Blvd; (317) 274-1519. The Registrar's Office provides critical information about enrollment and academic processes at IUPUI, including course registration, important dates for drop/add/withdrawal and much more. The Registrar handles NO financing or funding.f

IUPUI Division of Student Affairs: Campus Center CE350; (317) 274-3931. The division of Student Affairsis the place to go for event planning, civic engagement, Greek life, leadership training, and student organizations.

IUPUI Office of Student Scholarships (OSS): Campus Center CE264 – 420 University Blvd; (317) 274-5516. . The Scholarship Office handles ALL university scholarships. Remember that there a wide variety of scholarships available for each year you attend are NOT just for incoming freshmen!

IUPUI Office for Veterans and Military Personnel (OVMP): Campus Center CE Theater Level– 420 University Blvd; (317) 278-9163. . OVMP provides comprehensive resources to veterans and Veterans Affairs benefit recipients to aid in their overall success as IUPUI students. OVMP provides services such as verifying enrollment for GI Bill Benefits, providing readjustment counseling, information about health care benefits, and more.

IUPUI Office for Women (OFW): University Library UL 1180A – 755 W. Michigan; (317) 278-3600. OFW builds an inclusive environment on campus for everyone and strives to create a climate where women can succeed. The office offers programs that enhance all women’s leadership potential.

IUPUI Police: 1232 W. Michigan St.; (317) 274-7911[SAFE] for on-campus emergencies. IUPUI Police provide protection and law enforcement for our campus and operate with full rights of Indiana Law Enforcement. The police respond for campus safety and security, active shooter situations, traffic and all other duties and responsibilities charged to police officers.

IUPUI Student Advocate: Campus Center CE350 – 420 University Blvd; (317) 278-7594. . Housed in Student Affairs, the student advocate is there when you are faced with a problem on campus and are not sure what options are available to you. The student advocate is able to assist you with a wide range of services as a student at IUPUI.

IUPUI University Information Technology Services (UITS): Informatics and Communications Technology Complex IT129 - 535 W. Michigan Street; (317) 274-2444[HELP]. For all your IT services and supports needs at IUPUI.

IUPUI Writing Center: Cavanaugh Hall CA427 – 425 University Blvd; (317) 278-8171. The IUPUI Write Center offers professional critique of student work for all writing abilities.

IUAnyware: IUanyWare is available to all Indiana University students, faculty, and staff. With IUanyWare, you can use a web browser or mobile app to run certain IU-licensed and larger software applications without having to install them on your computer or mobile device. IUWare: Students enrolled in Indiana University (IU) have access to free downloads of several computer programs that otherwise students might pay for. Find a complete listing of programs for PC, MAC, and LINUS users.

Math Assistance Center (MAC): Taylor Hall UCB001– 815 Michigan (317) 274-7898. offers tutoring and peer mentoring to all students.

Paws Pantry: Campus Center CE220 – 420 University Blvd; Paw's Pantry provides food assistance to all IUPUI students, faculty, and staff who experience food insecurity. Stop by and meet their friendly representatives at the entrance to the Campus Center by the Vermont Street garage connection.

Student Health Services: Campus Center CE213; (317) 274-8214. . Health Services provides routine and acute care for the student population of the IUPUI campus and occupational health services to IUPUI student employees.

University Library: This is a critical resource as a site for journal articles, research materials, study rooms, and more.