Student Affairs celebrates spring accomplishments


Our students are always top of mind. The Division of Student Affairs works year-round to provide Jaguars with the opportunities, spaces and support to be successful throughout their college career and beyond. See how Student Affairs has contributed to our campus community this spring.

School spirit and tradition

  • Spring WOW saw a total attendance of 1,622 students across the 13 events hosted throughout the week. A continued fan favorite amongst students was creating custom license plates.
  • The Student Advisory Programming Board (SAPB) oversaw another successful end-of-year carnival. Jagapalooza had over 3,700 attendees made up of IU Indianapolis community members and friends and family.
  • To get Jaguars excited about IU Indianapolis, Student Affairs collaborated with the Division of Enrollment Management and Undergraduate Education to create our first-ever IU Indy Street Team. Social media posts of our stellar student team generated over 43,000 views and impressions.

Students take the lead  

  • To recognize the contributions student organizations make to our campus, Undergraduate Student Government (USG) hosted the 2024 Student Org Awards, where 30 groups and their leaders were celebrated for their achievements.
  • This spring, student organizations held over 3,000 events.
  • The Cricket Club made Nationals in their first year as a recognized club sport.
  • Over the academic year, the Fraternity and Sorority Life community served over 12,000 hours of community service at 60+ local organizations.

On-campus living

  • Through Housing and Residence Life’s Jag Chats program, Resident Assistants had over 5,700 touchpoints with on-campus residents and were able to provide them with the resources and support they needed to succeed.
  • In honor of the solar eclipse, Housing hosted a special event that 328 students attended to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Be JagWell

  • Campus Health partnered with Counseling and Psychology Services (CAPS) to host an open house that showcased their new office locations in Lockefield Village.
  • CAPS secured $30,000 in grant funding, so they can continue to support the Prevention Peer Education Program.
  • The Safer Sex Supplies program distributed 6,626 products across 301 visits this semester.
  • Monthly Stall Talk bathroom newsletters can now be found in 27 buildings across campus, with a total of 1,174 locations.

See even more ways how Student Affairs serves our campus.