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Get Involved

Involvement in student clubs and campus groups opens a new world of learning. Meet new people and develop leadership skills by getting involved on campus.

You'll be having too much fun to notice, but you'll also set yourself up for success. Research suggests that involved students tend to perform better academically and are more likely to graduate than their non-involved classmates.

Benefits of making a lasting impact

  • Network with other students, faculty and staff
  • Develop leadership, communication and organizational skills
  • Gain you recognition on campus and the community
  • Get the scoop on classes and professors 
  • Build lasting friendships
  • Make a lasting impact on the campus and community

Science student clubs

See all IUPUI sudent organizations & activities

Undergraduate student leadership

Graduate student organizations

  • School of Science Graduate Student Council
    • The School of Science Graduate Student Council seeks to address the needs and concerns of graduate and professional students in the School of Science. Learn more.

  • IUPUI Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

    • The GSO is the official voice of 8,000+ graduate and professional students on the IUPUI campus. Learn more.

  • More student organizations

    • 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. 
Learn more

Be an IUPUI School of Science ambassador

Whether you volunteer one time for a Science event, or join our energetic and exceptional Student Ambassador team, we'd love to help you get involved with helping prospective students learn more about the School of Science. You'll get team building experience, add to your professional network, build your skills, and have a broader impact in the world of Science.

  • Participate in student panel discussions for prospective students
  • Lead tours of the School of Science facilities for prospective students
  • Greet prospective students at recruitment events
  • Make phone calls to prospective students
  • Assemble promo folders and recruitment mailings
Become a Science ambassador

Women in Science

The mission of the Women in Science is to provide tools of success for bright young female scientists and professionals in a collaborative environment.

Women in Science engages in academic activities that enhance educational success, research learning experiences, mentoring, and service learning and community-based activities. Women in Science fosters an environment of academic and professional development and provides a nurturing atmosphere for personal growth to female School of Science students and faculty at IUPUI. 

Learn more about Women in Science

Science Undergraduate Student Council

The School of Science Undergraduate Student Council (SOSUSC) serves as a conduit between undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Science and the University at large. It is a great way for undergraduate students to get involved and receive funding for their organizations. Our meetings are open to all Science Undergraduate Students.  Fall 2017 meetings will be held on Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m., in the third floor SL/LD lounge.

About SoSUSC

Officers for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

President:  Chris Winter
Vice President:  Samantha Sparks
Secretary:  Meghan Mercier
Secretary:  Kailey Vernon
Treasurer:  Alex Dile
Public Relations:  Adib Behrouzi
Senator:  Monica Witcher
Senator:  vacant
Advisor:  Joseph Thompson

Current Projects

Applied Sciences Internship Program

The current Council efforts are to implement an internship program specifically for IUPUI Science students. This is being executed in response to the overwhelming response for the need for interships for majors both in the life-health sciences, as well as outside the life-health sciences.

Funding Requests and Policies

How to request funding

The School of Science Undergraduate Student Council has funds to support science clubs' events. We ask that clubs interested in receiving funding throughout the academic year send a representative to our weekly council meetings. Clubs without regular representation will not receive funding. Please also ensure that your request will support undergraduate science students. We tend to favor requests which will support a large portion if not all undergraduate science students.
To submit a funding request, please visit this link. This online request  will allow you to submit a funding request form online. You can submit your sign-in sheets and itemized receipts to the SOSUSC Treasurer in person or via email at sostres@iupui.edu.
Link to online funding request form: http://sossc.science.iupui.edu/
For additional sources of student organization funding, please visit: http://funding.iupui.edu/sources.html.
Thank you for your interest!

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Approved promotional item (t-shirts, giveaways) vendors include:







Reimbursements - 60 Day Policy

University policy requires that all reimbursements for out-of-pocket expenses be substantiated within 60 days of the original purchase date, or be subject to tax withholding.  The complete policy can be found at:


Drawings, Games, and Prizes Policy

University units and registered (recognized) student organizations may conduct drawings or other "games of chance" to encourage attendance at or participation in events or activities if a) the value of any prize offered does not exceed $300 and b) the total value of all prizes at any event does not exceed $900.  The complete policy can be found at:


Customer Reward Cards and Reimbursements

When purchasing items or food for a student organization for which you are seeking reimbursement, do not use your personal customer benefit / point cards.  Examples include Speedway Speedy Rewards or Kroger Plus Cards.  The University views this as unethical, as it is "personal gain from a University business transaction."  The complete Purchasing Ethics policy can be found at: