There are several graduate student organizations at IUPUI. These organizations help to bring a sense of graduate community to the campus and provide feedback to administrators about policies and issues affecting graduate students. Money graduate students pay in the form of activity fees goes back to these student organizations to help the organizations with academic and social programming on campus. Activity fee money also supports the Educational Enhancement Grant (Application | Score Card).
- IUPUI Graduate Student Organization
Under-represented Professional and Graduate
- Foster networks and collaborations
- Enhance graduate experiences
- Facilitate the transition from undergraduate to graduate school
- Provide academic support
- Recruit and provide opportunities for fellowships, service and activism.
What is UPnGO?
The Underrepresented Professional and Graduate Student Organization (UPNGO) is made up of graduate and professional students from many IUPUI graduate programs and various disciplines.
UPnGO gives a voice to talented and underrepresented graduate and professional students through programs and activities that:
UPnGO is a non-discriminatory body built on volunteer membership from current IUPUI students. We believe in shared leadership, power, and resources. Where available, members are involved in individual, group and community activities, and efforts throughout the State of Indiana to carry out the organization’s mission. Activities are committee driven, planned, implemented and evaluated ensuring a voice for all involved.