Campus Link Newsletter
Hoosier Parents, We Want to Hear Your Story!
Whether you’re the parent of a senior getting ready to graduate or a freshman just finishing their first year at IU, we want to hear from you… Tell us how you’ve seen your son or daughter change as they transitioned from High School to college, adjusted to life in Bloomington, or are getting ready to graduate, search for jobs, and looking ahead to life beyond college.
Preparation is the Key to a Successful Job Search
Remember the adage “looking for a job is a full-time job”? Well this definitely rings true in today’s ever- changing, competitive job market. The most common feedback we hear from employers is that students aren’t prepared to effectively market their skills. So what is a college student to do when they also have another important “full-time job”—their academics?
Parents Fund Grant Helps Campus Celebrate Disability Awareness Month
March marks a time of renewal and celebration here in Indiana as the grey grip of winter relaxes, and extended sunlight allows for warmer, livelier days. It is the perfect time for the IU Bloomington campus to celebrate Disability Awareness Month (affectionately known as DAM). Truly grasping the spirit of cheerfulness that accompanies this time of year, this year’s DAM theme is Celebrating a World of Difference.
IU Student Advocates Office
The Student Advocates Office has been helping students with emergency financial needs for several years. The IU Parents Fund helped our office create a short term loan program that has transformed the way in which we can help students with unexpected expenses that may impact their ability to stay in school. An example of this came in the wake of a tragic fire in an off campus apartment building last October that took the life of one IU student and left several others homeless.
Fourth Annual Themester Examines Good Behavior and Bad
Each fall, Themester, an initiative of the College of Arts and Sciences, tackles an important issue that students will face their whole lives and examines this issue inside and outside the classroom. In its fourth year, Themester asks students, faculty, staff and community members to engage in a cross-disciplinary examination of Good Behavior, Bad Behavior: Molecules to Morality.
- FASE Making a Difference
- Indiana University Hillel: Your Jewish Home Away from Home
- IU AFROTC Spirit Outing
- Alumni Hall To Be Renovated
- ‘Stewards of Freedom’ Civil Rights Immersion Trip
- Spring Break Outdoor Adventures
- Make Your Student’s Room More Comfortable AND Support Indiana University!
- IU Brings the World to Indiana
- Peddling For Sustainability
- Celebrating Healthy Bodies
- Crimson Corps Launched
- Hoosier Externship Program