- Adaptive Educational Services (AES)
Adaptive Educational Services (AES)
Taylor Hall (UC), 1st floor
TDD/TTY: 278 2050
AES coordinates support services and academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
- Bepko Learning Center
Bepko Learning Center
Taylor Hall (UC) 2006
- Chemistry Resource Center (CRC)
Chemistry Resource Center (CRC)
Phone: 274-6877 (Keith Anliker)
The Chemistry Resource Center (CRC) provides students with an opportunity to get additional help in their chemistry courses. Help is free and is available on a drop-in basis.
In addition to one-on-one and small group assistance with homework problems, computers are available for drill and practice if students want to work on their own. The staff can also help troubleshoot online assignments and provide basic help with common chemistry software.
University Hall 1031
301 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202
The University Commencement ceremony is the campus-wide ceremony at which degrees are conferred by the president of either Indiana University or Purdue University. Students from all degree programs are invited to participate. School events are celebrations of individual student achievement. Each school event is different in form and structure. Details for both programs are available on the commencement website.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
719 Indiana Avenue (2nd floor of Walker Plaza)
IUPUI CAPS provides counseling services to assist students with a wide range of concerns, including but not limited to:
- Trauma Recovery
- Test Anxiety
- Study Skills
- Eating Disorders
- Stress and Time Management
- IUPUI Speaker’s Lab
IUPUI Speaker’s Lab
Cavanaugh Hall 001G
The IUPUI Speaker's Lab was designed to assist students and staff of IUPUI with presentations and speeches. The facilities include three (3) practice studios. The Lab also has two (2) mentor stations. Here students may work with mentors in evaluating their videotaping speeches or work with a mentor on their outline, research, brainstorming or visual aids.
- Mathematics Assistance Center (MAC)
Mathematics Assistance Center (MAC)
Taylor Hall (UC) Lower Level
The Math Assistance Center is a service of the Department of Mathematical Sciences and University College at IUPUI. The Center offers free tutoring and MediaOnline math tutorials to any mathematics student
- Physics Tutoring
Science Building, LD 021
- Psychology Resource Center
Psychology Resource Center
Science Building, LD 129
The Psychology Resource Center, offers mentoring and support for undergraduate students in their psychology courses. The center is open approximately 40-50 hours per week, Monday through Friday. Help is free and available on a walk-in basis.
The PRC’s target audience is students enrolled in Introductory Psychology, B110, as well as statistics and research courses including B305, B311, and psychology capstones. Students may come to the center seeking help with homework exercises, study skills, exam preparation strategies, essay and paper writing, logging into Sona (human research participant pool), and any anything else related to their courses.
- University Information Technology Services (UITS)
University Information Technology Services
- University Library
- University Writing Center
University Writing Center
Writing Center Hotline: 278-9999
Cavanaugh Hall Room 427
University Library 2125
The University Writing Centers (UWC) are places where you can sit down with an experienced reader who will provide assistance with your writing. It is a place where students (graduate and undergraduate) can go for help with writing assignments and projects for any class. The University Writing Center has a specialized service for international or English for Academic Purposes (EAP) students in the University Library Location called ACademic English Support (ACES). The UWCs offer a variety of services, but students most often take advantage of opportunities to work one-on-one with experienced readers. All UWC services are free to IUPUI undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff.