Student Resources

Policy Statement

Indiana University pledges itself to continue its commitment to the achievement of equal opportunity within the University and throughout American society as a whole. In this regard, Indiana University will recruit, hire, promote, educate, and provide services to persons based upon their individual qualifications. Indiana University prohibits discrimination based on arbitrary considerations of such characteristics as age, color, disability, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, genetic information, or veteran status.

As required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission. Questions specific to Title IX may be referred to the Office for Civil Rights or the University Title IX Coordinator.

Indiana University shall take affirmative action, positive and extraordinary, to overcome the discriminatory effects of traditional policies and procedures with regard to the disabled, minorities, women, and veterans.

Find more information on the University Policies website.

IUPUIAnne Mitchell, Director, Office of Equal Opportunity317-278-9230
IUPUIBrian Tomlinson, Assistant Dean and Director of Student Conduct317-274-4431
IUPUCSandra Miles, Director of Student Affairs812-375-7525
IUPUCAnne Mitchell, Interim Director, Office of Equal Opportunity317-278-9230

At IU, you have the option to provide your legal name, a “preferred name,” and your diploma name. Your diploma name can be updated through the Student Center portal. You can contact the Office of the Registrar at for more information on updating your diploma name.

If you are having issues having your name appropriately displayed on your diploma, please contact us at

All Gender Restrooms

To view a map of All Gender restrooms at IUPUI, click on the image below. Click on a building to see what amenities that building has. All Gender restrooms will be listed at the bottom of each building's information. 


 List of All Gender Restrooms at IUPUI. 

Gender Inclusive Living

On-campus living offers returning and first time housing residents the option to request an assignment made without regard to biological sex. Gender Inclusive Living (GIL) units are mixed throughout many of our facilities and each year vary based on student housing facility preferences and the volume of students considered for a GIL housing assignment.

Unity Hall

Unity Hall is a gender-inclusive Residential Based Learning Community that is open to any student who has respect for and an understanding of all gender identities and sexualities. The community's purpose is to provide a safe space for our LGBTQ+ student community at IUPUI. Qmmunity is located in North Hall.

If you wish you live in Unity Hall, select Unity Hall as your RBLC when applying to on-campus housing.

Learn more at IUPUI Housing.

Counseling and Psychological Services - CAPS provides testing, medication management, group counseling (free) and individual counseling. Students get 6 free sessions of individual counseling, sessions after that are $10.

Health and Wellness Promotion - Health promotion serves the core mission of higher education by supporting students and creating healthy and safe learning environments. Free monthly HIV/STD testing as well as a Condom Club program.

Paw's Pantry - Food pantry for IUPUI students, faculty and staff. Anyone with a JagTag or CrimsonCard can come on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am-6pm and get canned goods, fresh and frozen produce and baked goods.

IU LGBTQ+ Alumni Association Academic Scholarship

These scholarships are awarded to students based on any IU campus based upon their academics, career goals, financial need, leadership, community service, and extracurricular activities, with consideration for involvement in activities raising awareness of LGBTQ+ issues.

To apply for an academic scholarship, complete the IU Scholarship Application in your One.IU account. The application is open from Oct. 1–March 10 for the following academic year.

LGBTQ+ Alumni Association Mini-Grants

The IU LGBTQ+ Alumni Association awards mini-grants to student organizations and individual students to design and implement projects that support the LGBTQ+ community. Generally, projects must address real LGBTQ+ community needs and offer long-term benefits.

Apply for a mini-grant

IU LGBTQ+ Emergency Scholarship

This scholarship ensures that students are not forced to choose between their education at IU and living life openly and honestly. Undergraduate students who find themselves in need of financial support to reach their educational goals because they have been cut off from family support after coming out can apply for an LGBTQ+ Alumni Association emergency scholarship for either the fall or spring semester of the academic year. Applications for emergency scholarships have no deadlines.

Apply for an emergency scholarship

Huston/McDermed Gay Men’s Scholarships at Herron School of Art and Design

It is the intent of the Donor, and the Foundation agrees, that income from this gift be used to support scholarships for students enrolled at the Herron School of Art and Design who agree to have their names listed on the Scholarship’s recognition list which will reside in a prominent hallway near Herron’s Admissions and Student Services Office. Because, as part of its mission, Indiana University is committed to diversity, special consideration will be given to underrepresented populations, including but not limited to financially challenged students, and/or students with diverse cultural experiences. The Donor has a preference for students who identify as gay men. Income from the gift will be split as follows: 35% to the Huston/McDermed Gay Men’s Dean's Scholarship, 25% to the Huston/McDermed Gay Men’s Study/Travel Scholarship, and 40% to the Huston/McDermed Gay Men's GPA Recognition Scholarship.

Indiana Scholarships

Indy Pride Educational Scholarships

Indy PFLAG Scholarships for Indiana Residents

National Scholarships

Astrea Lesbian Foundation for Justice Grants

Stonewall Community Foundation Scholarships

Human Rights Campaign Scholarship Database

Point Foundation Scholarships

FinAid! Directory of LGBTQ+ Scholarships

Campus Pride National LGBTQ+ Scholarships Database

Adaptive Educational Services - Provides appropriate accommodations to assist students with documented academic difficulties.

Office of Equal Opportunity - The Office of Equal Opportunity addresses concerns of equity, discrimination, and harassment.

Student Advocate - This office helps students solve problems by offering objective consultation, promoting self-advocacy and providing information on campus and community resources.

Office for Women - Offers the Empowering Women Mentoring program, the Women’s Leadership Awards, and promotes programming, education and research that builds an inclusive climate where women can succeed.

Behavioral Consultation Team - The Behavioral Consultation Team provides consultation, makes recommendations for action, and coordinates campus resources in response to reports of disruptive or concerning behavior displayed by students, staff or faculty.

Office of Student Conduct - Handles cases of misconduct by students through a fair and informal disciplinary process. This includes substance abuse issues, disruptive behavior, sexual/physical violence and academic integrity concerns.

Multicultural Center - The MC provides an array of programs and services to enhance the value of diversity at IUPUI and the surrounding community. They house the African Student Association, the Asian Student Union, the Black Student Union, the Filipino Student Association, the Latino Student Association, the LGBTQ Student Alliance, and the Native American Student Alliance.

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