For all graduate students (and those senior undergraduate students) to meet and support one another.
Join us via Zoom.
Oak Grove Outside of Waller Hall
The IUP Community will have an opportunity to come together for a time of expression. Two large canvases will be set up for students to write/paint to demonstrate their thoughts and/or feelings after the Chauvin Trial verdict.
During the program, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., special readings will take place on the steps of Waller Hall.
Join professor Rachel DeSoto-Jackson and the student SPATE ensemble virtually as they lead our IUP Community in dialogue surrounding the verdict of the Chauvin trial. Using Forum Theatre as a rehearsal for action, they will explore where we go from here.
Is this the first step to “Justice”? Does the outcome of the trial change the system of inequity? How do we create systemic change?
Join via Zoom.
Elkin Hall Great Room and Zoom
Join LGBTQIA Support for the Queer Conversations Series every Tuesday from 5:00–7:00 p.m. The Zoom meeting code for all sessions is 913 2363 1243.
Cam Brown, a graduate of Western Illinois University, started his career in the real estate and finance industry in Chicago. His motto is educating, motivating, and inspiring while helping people create ownership and generational wealth.
Brown has spoken to dozens of graduating classes about taking charge and running yourself like a business to reach success. He also preaches the importance of monetizing your degree in the corporate world and how to get your foot in the door while creating your own brand.
Current events, finals, Zoom fatigue, or anxiety stressing you out? Come to MCSLE in Elkin Hall and express yourself as part of the MCSLE Collage. We bring the paper and art supplies, you bring the creativity.
Fill our your piece of the collage from Wednesday,
April 28, to Friday, April 30, 8:00–noon and 1:00–8:00 p.m. in Elkin Hall. The finished product will be displayed in Elkin and posted on our Instagram, @iup_mcsle.
Join this online session with the Black Experience Alumni Committee and share your Black student experience
The Black Experience Alumni Committee is a new alumni committee that advocates for improvements IUP can make to improve Black students’ academic success and social experience. Help them understand the needs of Black IUP students and how they can best
communicate with them.
This event will be hosted by members of the Black Experience Alumni Committee and IUP students Davis Kazako, Annika Philippe-Auguste, Rachel Pettiford, and Theodore (Malik) Turner. It is open to all IUP students.
Join via Zoom. There is no need to preregister. You will be in a waiting room prior to the start of the event.
Join the Student Government Association and the Residence Hall Association as we come together for the third annual Multicultural Festival. This end-of-the-year program is an opportunity to celebrate our diverse students and organizations.
Stop by the Wallwork Courtyard between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. to enjoy music, snacks, and celebration.
A celebration for those within the LGBTQIA community who are graduating.
Folger Hall Student Center
The Meet Up – End of Year Celebration
Come celebrate the last Meet Up of the semester. Students will enjoy games, bingo, food, a milk shake station, music, and much more in a safe COVID-friendly environment.
Folger Student Center
Current events, finals, Zoom fatigue, or anxiety stressing you out? Come to the Meet-Up in Folger and express yourself as part of the MCSLE Mosaic. We bring the paper and art supplies, you bring the creativity. The finished product will be displayed in
Elkin and posted on our social media, @iup_mcsle
Join MCLSE for an ice cream social.
Come hang out, de-stress, and eat some ice cream!
Join MCSLE to show off your artistic skills and participate in the Finals Break Paint Party.
This event is open to all students. Masks and social distancing will be required. RSVP on Crimson Connect.