Upcoming events

Classes and summer camps

Multiple schools and departments at IUPUI offer classes, camps and summer camps for local students.

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Informatics and Computing Summer Workshops at IUPUI

The IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI is offering five virtual summer workshops in 2021 for students entering grades 9 – 12. These will be entirely virtual, with software and a t-shirt included in registration. Camps will be Monday through Friday with content between 9am and 4pm. Registration is $229 per camp and full scholarships are available. Registration closes May 31st

2D Animation and Storytelling
June 21-25
David Perry, M.S.
Creature and Character Design
July 12-16
Mathew Powers, M.F.A.
AI and Bot Development
July 12-16
Fawzi BenMessaoud, Ph.D.

Game Design and Development
July 19-23
Mathew Powers, M.F.A.
Biomedical Data Analytics
July 19-23
Jingwen Yan, Ph.D. and Jiaping Zheng, Ph.D.

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI Virtual Summer Camps

This year, the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI is offering POWER-IT (Preparing Outstanding Women for Engineering Roles and Information Technology) and MEAP (Minority Engineering Advancement Program) virtually. Participants will engage in fun activities to learn about engineering and technology, connect with university faculty and industry representatives, as well as learn how to prepare for a successful college experience. Space is limited!


Program details:

  • Who: Students entering grades 9-12
  • When: June 21-25, 2021
  • Times: 9am – 12:30 pm daily
  • Program fee: $40 (includes a drawstring bag, t-shirt, and project materials) Receipt of payment will hold a participant’s spot in the camp
  • Where: Virtually through zoom – accepted participants will pick up materials from the IUPUI campus
  • Participants will be eligible to apply for future scholarships within the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI!

For Students and Families

2021 IUYA Scholarship Deadline: April 30th

The IUYA Scholarship is funded by community members that support undocumented Hoosiers. The scholarship is only available to undocumented students with or without Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS), who reside in Indiana, demonstrate financial need, and are pursuing higher education. Ten scholarship recipients will be awarded $1,000 in installments of $500 during the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters.

Free Online Educational Resource

Presented by Indiana University East Library, this webpage provides a variety of educational resources.

More resources for students and families

Learn More Indiana

Led by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, Learn More Indiana is a partnership of state and local organizations working to support Hoosiers of all ages complete education and training beyond high school.

Lean More Indiana offers a variety of helpful resources for all Hoosiers — from kindergarteners to adults — to turn their college and career dreams into reality.

21st Century Scholars

Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program offers income-eligible Hoosier students up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university after they graduate from high school.

In middle and high school, 21st Century Scholars are connected to programs and resources to help them prepare for college. Once in college, Scholars receive support to complete their college degrees and connect to career opportunities.

Bullying resources

Bullying has been identified as a key issue by schools we serve.

When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior, they send the message that it is not acceptable, which can stop bullying behavior over time. 

Parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy.