Student Involvement Fair
The Student Involvement Fair is an annual campus event that introduces you to the wealth of opportunities to become involved both on and off campus. It is the perfect way for you to learn more about IU’s 750+ registered student organizations, local nonprofit agencies, and IU offices and programs. You will have the opportunity to meet current student leaders and to find the involvement opportunities that match your interests. (Student organizations can also reserve a spot online when you re-register on beINvolved–just click the appropriate box on the form.)
- Student representatives from the fraternity and sorority councils will be on hand to answer questions about Greek Life at IU, and you can meet with student leaders from groups as varied as the Student Pre-Med Association, Afghan Student Association, Stand-Up Comedy Club, and the National Association of Black Accountants.
- Local nonprofit agencies, including the American Red Cross, Hoosier Hills Food Bank, Volunteers in Medicine, and Middle Way House, will share information about volunteer opportunities and civic engagement with the Bloomington community.
The Fall 2016 Student Involvement Fair is on August 29, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Dunn Meadow.
Questions? Contact the Student Life and Learning office at (812) 855-4311 or email email@example.com.
This event is sponsored by Student Life and Learning, Union Board, Residential Programs and Services (RPS), Commission On Multicultural Understanding (COMU) and the Office of First Year Experience Programs.