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News for Students  |  June 3, 2020

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Latest updates on IUPUI's plans for fall semester 2020

On May 27, IUPUI Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar announced plans for the 2020-21 academic year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Make sure you're updated on everything coming up this year.

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Town hall Wednesday

Students are invited to hear from IUPUI administrators at a student town hall regarding the 2020-21 academic calendar plans. Join on Zoom at 1 p.m. June 10.

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Register for Jagathon

Jagathon 2021 registration is now live! In an effort to be inclusive to all, registration is free. If you're interested in joining the Jagathon family, please sign up now.

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Coping with CAPS

CAPS is offering Coping 101 workshops every Wednesday through the end of August. Each workshop focuses on a different topic.

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Deadline extended

Have you filled out your 2020 census form? If not, you're in luck: The deadline has been extended to Oct. 31. Full participation is required by law and is critically important to the health of a community.

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Sign up for a Quit Coach

Tobacco products kill more than 8 million people each year. Health and Wellness Promotion is hard at work to ensure our campus community says "no" to nicotine.

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Get into grad school

The Graduate Office is hosting a one-hour Getting into Graduate School information session on making the decision to go to graduate school and what is involved in the application.

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Difference made

Cassidy Caudill made the most of her college experience, completing three internships while serving as the lead coordinator of Paws' Closet.

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Celebrating 200 years