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IUPUIIndiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) was created in 1969 as a partnership between Indiana and Purdue Universities, and is now an urban research and academic health sciences campus which grants degrees in over 200 programs from both Indiana University and Purdue University. IUPUI is Indiana University’s home campus for state wide programs in medicine, law, dentistry, nursing, health and rehabilitation science, and social work. IUPUI’s website>>

Civic Engagement


Civic engagement, which includes involving students in service learning, internships, and community-focused undergraduate research with faculty, is one of three primary elements of IUPUI’s mission. The Center for Service & Learning is comprised of offices which work together to promote service within the IUPUI community:

> Office of Community Service
> Office of Neighborhood Partnerships
> Office of Community Work Study
> Office of Service Learning

Learn more about IUPUI’s civic engagement activities and accomplishments through their institutional portfolio and self-assessment.

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Office of Neighborhood Partnerships

IUPUI CommunityStrong partnerships with community organizations are the bedrock of civic engagement. The Office of Neighborhood Partnerships at IUPUI plays a vital role in building mutually beneficial campus-community programs by collaborating with neighborhoods surrounding the IUPUI campus and engaging students, faculty, and staff in addressing community issues. Learn more>>