The Division of Undergraduate Education supports strategies related to promoting undergraduate student learning and success through collaboration with academic and support units across IUPUI. The division is a nonprofit organization dedicated to maximizing private sector support for undergraduates to succeed at IUPUI.
Mission of the Division of Undergraduate Education
Our commitment to advancing racial justice
The Division of Undergraduate Education at IUPUI supports all undergraduate students by supporting high-quality learning and on-time degree completion. Matters of equity have always been at the core of our work, and we are committed to confronting systemic inequities in higher education through our programs and initiatives that propel students of color and those who are underrepresented and/or under-resourced to success.
Below, please find a list of our programs working to create a sense of belonging and inclusivity among students as they enter into and move through their journeys toward achieving graduation.
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University College | Honors College | Institute for Engaged Learning (IEL)
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Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program
21st Century Scholars Success Program
Bowen Scholars Program
Nina Scholars Program
Student Support Services
Sophomore Internship Program
Career Outcomes Data
IUPUI First-Generation Celebration, national designation of IUPUI as a “First Forward” institution
The Honors College has several diversity initiatives and plans underway, including:
- White ally training for Honors College students.
- New racial justice lecture series.
- Existing partnerships with SPAN and Crispus Attucks High School.
- Pursuing partnerships with other diversity scholarships on campus such as Diversity Scholars Research Program (DSRP), Olaniyan, Norman Brown, and others.
- Supplemental Study Abroad stipend for underrepresented and/or
under-resourced Honors College students on top of the current $2,500 we provide.
- Goal to create Diversity Scholarship to be awarded to Honors Scholars to fulfil unmet need on an individual student basis, while building a cohort of recipients, and creating an identity and community specific to the scholarship.
- Goal to establish a student award to support dedication to building a diverse community.
Institute for Engaged Learning (IEL)
Institute for Engaged Learning Equitable Pathways
First-Year Experience – Summer Bridge and Learning Communities
Diversity Scholars Research Program (DSRP)
Diversity Scholars Intensive Research Experience (DSIRE)
Diversity Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (DS-UROP)