Why should I get involved?
Who do you want to be? How do you plan on getting there?
Involvement both in and out of the classroom is a hallmark of the IU student experience. Involved students gain critical thinking and leadership skills, develop self-confidence, build relationships with students from diverse backgrounds, help those in need, and form an idea of who they are and their role in the world. Student Life and Learning connects students with involvement opportunities that emphasize learning in order to help each individual make the most of their IU experience.
Where can I find involvement opportunities?
IU Bloomington students are involved in more than 750 student organizations, from the Amateur Radio Club to Women in Business. You can get involved in person at the fall and spring Student Involvement Fairs, or by visiting myINvolvement. You can use myINvolvement to explore all student organizations on campus and find upcoming organization events.
A tradition of student involvement at Indiana University
Check out the Student Life at IU Web Archive and see the long tradition of student involvement at IU!