Bus departs MCSLE at Elkin Hall
Students who have purchased tickets to see Lion King, the musical, the bus will leave Elkin Hall at 4:30pm.
HUB Ohio Room
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.
Elkin Hall Great Room
Folger Hall Private Dining Room
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.
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
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!
The Holocaust Remembrance Committee presents a discussion with Holocaust survivors, part of a more extensive program that day on police during the Nazi era.Throughout the day, we will discuss the experiences of the survivors and other targeted groups, as well as the role both police and ordinary citizens played during the Holocaust as bystanders or murderers.
Come learn about a topic not covered in the classroom and enjoy free lunch with us.
Come celebrate National Coming Out Day with a documentary and discussion and enjoy dinner with MASS and LGBTQIA Support.
With wit, grace, and attitude, a diverse troupe of LGBTQ youth transforms their struggles into a theater for social change—starting with a simple and surprising kiss in the first act.The Year We Thought About Love is a 68-minute documentary film which celebrates the powerful work of a Boston LGBTQ troupe, True Colors: OUT Youth Theater, as they write a play about love. Join us for this documentary screening and help us celebrate National Coming Out Day!
Please join MASS and CCO for our
next Breaking the Barrier Thursday Night Partnership! We have a wild and wacky
evening planned for attendees! Stop by to participate in goofy and interactive
games to get everyone up moving, grooving, and having a blast. Come stretch or
break out of your shell and meet some new people and try a variety of games
designed to fit all personality types!
Open Access is “the free, immediate, online availability of research articles combined with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment.” International Open Access Week, now in its 10th year, is an opportunity to take action in making openness the default for research to turn discoveries into better lives.This year’s theme is “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge.” In observance of Open Access Month, join us for a presentation by IUP faculty.