2020

October

2020 Decennial Census: Deadline Today

The deadline to register for the Census is today, October 15. If you have not done so, you should register for the Census.

IUP Alumnus Returns for Second Diversity Training for Students

We have the great opportunity to bring alumnus Justin Brown back next week to work with more IUP students as part of his diversity training. Are you ready to join him next week?! On October 14 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Justin Brown will host “UGH!?! Not Another Diversity Presentation” via Zoom.

Celebrate National Coming Out Week with MCSLE

Join the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement for the rest of this week to celebrate National Coming Out Week. There are two events on Wednesday, October 7, and one on Thursday, October 8.

September

Building Bridges This Thursday: Systemic Racism, the Pandemic, and My College Experience

Join MCSLE this Thursday, October 1, for our Building Bridges series from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. via Zoom. “Systemic Racism, the Pandemic, and My College Experience” will be presented by Brenda Dede, former Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education president and retired associate vice president for Academic Affairs at Clarion University.

#MCSLECultureChallenge Instagram Photo Contest

MCSLE invites the IUP community, on-campus and remote, to share their culture in photos in the #MCSLECultureChallenge. Culture is “the customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group.” What does culture look like for you and your identity groups? Show us in your photos!

Homecoming Crimson Court Applications Now Available

Applications for the 2020 Homecoming Crimson Court are available online. The deadline for submission is by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 1, via Crimson Connect.  Don’t miss your opportunity to represent your academic college and IUP as a member of the 2020 Homecoming Crimson Court!

One More Week Left to Respond to Census

We’re in the homestretch—only one week left!  Please go to the US Census website to respond today. Your Census response should be based on where you would have been living off-campus on April 1.

Student Leaders Invited to Participate in Diversity Training with IUP Alumnus

Justin Brown will host “Ugh!?! Not Another Diversity Presentation” via Zoom on Wednesday, September 30, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. for undergraduate and graduate student leaders. Justin has a unique perspective on what life as an IUP student is like, what has changed since he has been on campus, and the work we still have left to do.

Register to Vote at MCSLE Meet-Up This Friday

MCSLE will continue its weekly tradition of playing games and hanging out, but we will also provide information about voting this Friday, September 18, from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. in Folger Hall.

Next Week is National Hazing Prevention Week

Hazing prevention is everyone's responsibility! The fraternity/sorority life community is sponsoring National Hazing Prevention Week (September 20-25) in an effort to raise awareness of hazing prevention through various educational sessions and activities.

Only Two Weeks Left to Complete Your 2020 US Census

IUP students are supposed to be counted here in Indiana if you were living here on April 1, 2020, or would have been here on Census Day, April 1, had it not been for the COVID-19 pandemic. If you were living off-campus for the spring semester this year and have not already responded, now is the time to do so!

Lunch and Learn: Choosing Anti-racism with Elise Glenn

Anti-racism is an imperative. What does it mean for America, and what does it mean for IUP? How can each of us be anti-racist and make change? Join us on Wednesday, September 23, in the Elkin Great Room at noon to find out!

Virtual IUP Day This Friday!

Learn about the opportunities to get involved and connected on campus this Friday, September 18. Information will be shared on Crimson Connect and, for the first time, on Flipgrid.

Make Sure You Count Yourself in the 2020 Census!

Like on-campus college students, off-campus students should count themselves at the place where they live most of the time. For most students, this is Indiana, Pennsylvania. All housemates and roommates living in a shared apartment need to be included—and if you haven’t already responded, now is the time to do so!

July

MCSLE Announces Topics for Summer Series of Anti-racist Programming

MCSLE has scheduled the Breaking the Barrier and Building Bridges virtual programs series. The programs will continue throughout the summer until Wednesday, August 12. All programs will be on Wednesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., alternating via Zoom.

June

Building Bridges and Breaking Barriers: MCSLE Supports IUP as Anti-racist Campus Community

The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement is posed to address issues of social injustice and racial inequity head-on through continued programming and student-centered discussion.

April

Get Help with Current Job Searching at This Wednesday's Six O'Clock Series

Join MCSLE and the Career and Professional Development Center on Zoom this Wednesday, April 29, at 6:00 p.m. for “Conducting a Job Search in the Midst of a Pandemic… and Post-Pandemic.” 

Student Leadership Awards Friday Winners Announced Online

The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership will announce the Friday winners of the SGA and Fraternity and Sorority Life awards. Here’s how to follow along with the award celebration on Instagram and Twitter. 

Student Leadership Awards Thursday Winners Announced Online

The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership will announce the Thursday winners of the SGA and Fraternity and Sorority Life awards. Here’s how to follow along with the award celebration on Instagram and Twitter.

Student Leadership Awards Wednesday Winners Announced Online

The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership is announcing the Wednesday winners of the SGA and Fraternity and Sorority Life awards.

Winners of 4.0 Award and Community Service Engagement Award

The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership has announced the first winners of the SGA and Fraternity and Sorority Life awards.

Student Leadership Awards this Week

The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement is sponsoring awards to celebrate the achievements of student leaders and organizations.

Six O'Clock Series on Monday To Discuss Effects of Coronavirus on Elections

The Six O’Clock Series will host “Elections in the Time of COVID-19” on Monday, April 20, at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. A panel of IUP faculty, staff, and students will discuss the effects of the current global pandemic on the 2020 elections and the efforts to collect Census data.

Six O'Clock Series to be Held via Zoom on Monday

The Six O’Clock Series will host “Exploring Excellence Beyond the Academics: Stand Out From Your Peers!” on Monday, April 6, at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.

January

Have You Been a Contestant on “Hometown High Q”?

We’re looking for any student who was a contestant on the show with their high school quiz team who might be interested or available to be videotaped at IUP for the spring 2020 shows. If you’re a former Hometown High Q contestant, please let us know!

Majors Fair on January 23 Open to All Students

The Student Government Association will be holding “My IUP Path: Majors Fair” on Thursday, January 23, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the HUB Ohio Room. Attendees are invited to explore the many majors, minors, and certificates that IUP offers.