HUB Ohio Room
The Suicide Task Force of Indiana County has
been a staple in preventing suicides and providing prevention within the
community, as well as intervention and postvention.
Task Force has trained over 800 individuals in QPR—Question, Persuade,
and Refer—an evidence-based training that involves asking someone if
they are considering suicide, persuading them to get support, and
referring them to the proper channels for help. Join this panel and
training to learn how to help those in need.
Elkin Hall Great Room
Come to this MASS sponsored event to meet with your SGA senators and learn about what SGA is all about.. Light refreshments will be served.
Sit in on a casual conversation with four authors of the US Constitution: Ben Franklin, James Madison, Charles Pinckney, and Alexander Hamilton
The discussion provides insight into the Founding Fathers' thoughts when they wrote the US Constitution, as well as how they might view contemporary constitutional challenges. Audience participation and questions are encouraged.
MCSLE in Elkin Hall - Great Room
An opportunity for all IUP faculty, staff, and graduate students of color to come together.
Folger Hall Private Dining Room
Explore the opportunity to meet with IUP's more diverse student organizations and groups. All are welcome for fun, food and entertainment.
The United States incarcerates more people, in both absolute numbers and per capita, than any other nation in the world and continues to expand our criminal justice system. The ACLU campaign for Smart Justice is an unprecedented, multi-year effort to reduce the US jail and prison population by 50 percent and to combat racial disparities
ACLU employee and IUP alumnus Terrell Thomas is the Senior Field Organizer for this campaign and the executive director of the Isiah Project and My Brother's Keeper. Terrell works on fixing the racial disparities inherent in the criminal justice system and will be talking about his work with the ACLU.
Come learn about a topic not covered in the classroom and enjoy free lunch with us.
HUB Monongahela Room
completion of this workshop, the participants shall improve their leadership
skills by being able to:
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.
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.
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.