HUB Ohio Room
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Office
Come and play bingo and win some great prizes. Sponsored by BACCHUS.
Maple Street Courts
George P. Miller Stadium
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
Waller Hall Mainstage, IUP Performing Arts Center
The Lively Arts
Two Princeton freshmen spend a night together that will alter the course of their lives. With lyricism and wit, Anna Ziegler’s Actually
investigates gender and race politics, our crippling desire to fit in,
and the challenging nuances of consent when there is more than one side
to the story.
Get tickets here.
More information about this event.
Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
Indiana Musical presents their annual Dorothy Sutton Festival Award Recital.
Room 247 Johnson Hall
Join Senior Supervisory Special Agent Alan McGill of the Attorney General's office as he discusses relevant laws, why medications are abused, and signs and symptoms of drug diversion.
Suites on Maple East- G-60
Haven Project Events
Learn about the signs and prevalence of domestic violence and what to do if you or someone close to you is affected by this issue. Attending this training will allow you to volunteer at tables and events in October.
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
This November, you will have the opportunity to vote in municipal elections, or what are commonly known as “off-year elections.” These are elections for positions like district attorney, commissioners, sheriff, auditor, magisterial district judges, and state superior court judges.What do these people do? How do their decisions affect you? How can you evaluate candidates and decide who to vote for? In this program, students will learn about elections at the local and state levels, why elections are important, what types of issues might be of greatest significance to college-age voters, and how local and state elected officials can affect these issues.
Open Mic Night presented by BACCHUS.
Financial Aid Office
You may begin filing your 2020-21 FAFSA (for next academic year) today! You will need 2018 federal tax information. Use the IRS DRT (Data Retrieval Tool) if eligible.
Women’s and Gender Studies
As part of the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage series, students are able to receive information about getting registered to vote, and can get signed up to vote!
Office of International Education, Delaney Hall B25
International Education Office
Want to take college
credit in another country? Looking to gain professional experience
internationally? Then come to an Informational Workshop and learn more about
these fantastic Education Abroad opportunities. This is your chance to meet
with a representative from the Office of International Education and find out
how to make this possible for you!
are at 5:00 p.m each Tuesday in the Education Abroad Center inside the Office
of International Education, located at B-25 Delaney Hall.
Workshops are the
first step in your journey to studying abroad!
If you have any
questions or cannot attend a workshop at these times, please contact us,
Oliver Lo, Director of IUP Music Theater, presents a recital of sacred music.
outside of the Health Service
Health Education and Advocacy
The Health and Wellness Promotion Peer Educators will be hosting an information table outside of Health Service on STI awareness. Table will be canceled if it is raining.
Elkin Hall Great Room
G18 Suites on Maple East
Health and Well-Being Center
This course, consisting of four classes, is designed to teach
mindfulness and meditation skills. This is class number two. Prior registration required.
Folger Hall Private Dining Room
HUB Monongahela Room
G60 Suites on Maple East
The Just Paws Therapy Dogs will be on campus in Room G60 Suites on Maple East today. Come visit with your canine friends.
Career and Professional Development Center
Networking is an
important career and professional skill but how exactly do you do it
effectively? Join the IUP Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) on Wednesday
October 2nd at 6pm in the Elkin Hall Great Room for their upcoming
program Mixing and Mingling: Why Networking is Important and How to Do It
presented by Ms. Kelsey Thompson.
Northern Suites, 1st Floor Lobby or Room 116
Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining
Northern Suites residents only.
Eicher Hall 218
This workshop introduces the MLA documentation style (8th edition),
including how to quote and summarize from an original source. It’s a
hands-on workshop in which students see examples and do exercises.
Topics include citing within the text, using signal
phrases, creating the Works Cited page, and documenting online
Two Princeton freshmen spend a night together that will alter the course of their lives. With lyricism and wit, Anna Ziegler’s Actually investigates gender and race politics, our crippling desire to fit in, and the challenging nuances of consent when there is more than one side to the story.
Behind Weyandt Hall, next to the loading dock
TeachSpin’s Traveling Trailer of advanced Lab experiments, “The Food Truck for the Physics Mind,” is coming back to IUP.
David Van Baak, emeritus professor from Calvin College, will be on hand to walk faculty and students through different experiments. We will try to schedule time for faculty and students to take full advantage of the opportunity.
TeachSpin is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to advanced physics lab outreach.
There are NMR experiments, signal processing, and Ultrasonics experiments that may interest experimenters from chemistry and geosciences.
All are invited to stop by and check out the “Food” Truck!
Oak Grove and in front of Suites on Maple-East
Visit the Health and Wellness Peer Educators in the Oak Grove or in front of Suites on Maple East and learn more about safer sex.
University College Events
At this social event, students can join staff and peers for outdoor games and activities.
STATIC presents DaBaby, Lil Mosey, and Polo G, live in concert, to kick-off IUP's Homecoming celebrations on Thursday, October 3, in the Kovalchick Complex. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m., and the show will begin at 8:00 p.m.
Both I-Card and public tickets are still available. I-Card tickets can be purchased in person at the KCAC Box Office, and are $20 (plus a $2 KCAC facility fee). Tickets for the general public can be purchased in person at the KCAC Box Office or online, and are $40 (plus all applicable fees).
Where else can you see three headlining artists other than at IUP’s Homecoming Celebration! Better yet, where else can you see three headlining artists for only $20?
For more information, check out the STATIC website and Twitter page.
Get tickets here.
Homecoming weekend is filled with activities for alumni, students, and the community. The annual parade kicks of at 10:00 a.m. in downtown Indiana, and this year celebrates “World Monuments.” Before the game, alumni and friends are invited to celebrate
at the Crimson Huddle. Register for the Crimson Huddle by October 2 for reduced price tickets. At 2:00 p.m. the Crimson Hawks football team takes on California in the 11th annual Coal Bowl. In addition, there are concerts, theater performances, and the Official IUP Late Night Homecoming Party for students.
Get all the details about Homecoming weekend.
The parade will feature nearly 80 campus and community units. IUP’s Department of Military Science howitzer cannon, which will be located near the Indiana County Courthouse, will fire to signal the start of the parade. The 2019 parade theme is “World Monuments.” Get the route details and information on how to participate in the parade.
Join the Haven Project for Hawks Against Harm table- Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Haven Project is co-sponsoring the homecoming game with Omega Psy Phi Inc., Sigma Chi, Alice Paul House, and the Indiana County District Attorney Patrick Dougherty. Come out and support the Hawks and wear purple to bring awareness for domestic violence!
South Campus Field
Homecoming and 11th Annual Coal Bowl
This year's Late Night Party is free for all IUP students—and bring a guest for $5!
We’ll have great food and lots of activities like mini-golf, an open mic poetry slam, bingo, trivia, and other games. And don’t forget about the prizes. We’ve got it all, from air pods to a flatscreen TV!