Health & Wellness

Health and wellness as a lifestyle

Some people look at health as an avoidance of being “sick.” We look at health as daily choices to do what is best for your body, mind, and spirit. Health and Wellness Promotion is here to help you find what works for you!

Check out our website to learn about:

  • Programs and activities related to healthy choices
  • Resources on and off campus
  • Alcohol and other drug education and prevention
  • Sexual health education
  • Addiction recovery support
  • Becoming a Health and Wellness Peer Educator
Learn more about Health and Wellness Promotion

Health and wellness for the body

Sick or injured?

Ready for your annual physical or women’s exam? IUPUI has two health centers, both located in the heart of campus.

From the comfort of campus, you can schedule an appointment with our experienced and certified medical providers for:

  • Acute illnesses and injuries
  • A range of women’s health services
  • Sexual health concerns
  • Immunizations and boosters
Learn more about student medical services

Health and wellness for the mind

Emotional stress and distress can impact all areas of your life, including academic and professional progress. Your emotional health is just as important as your physical health—and you can’t have one without the other.



IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is here to help students dealing with stress, depression, anxiety, or other types of emotional distress.



CAPS offers group and individual counseling, medication management, and testing services. Counselors are also available for crisis situations during regular business hours.

Learn more about CAPS

Jaguars create a safe community for their fellow students

Two students sit on a metal sculpture while three girls walk in the background.

Jaguars advocate a culture of care and willingness to understand and help each other whenever possible. Sexual safety is a human right and IUPUI students are committed to protecting each other. We provide a variety of resources to assist you in dealing with sexual violence, whether you have been a victim or are providing advocacy for someone else.

Explore the available resources