Hit the ground running with Sophomore Next Steps
Join us at Sophomore Next Steps to explore and to discover your next steps as a sophomore.
You'll be able to:
Learn more below about the office and program representatives who will be in attendance.
Academic and Career Development
Academic and Career Development offers you a team of student success advisors and career consultants to help you explore your interests, choose a major, create a plan to achieve your academic and personal goals, and help you prepare for admission to a degree-granting program. There are five major cluster teams within ACD—learn more about them below.
Health and Life Sciences Cluster
One way to explore health and life science majors is to view them in five buckets: direct patient care, laboratory work, health administration, health care technology, and health education. Come learn more about these buckets and the majors within them, and then learn how to explore further!
Join the STEM breakout room to explore majors and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. You will be able to do a live chat with an advisor, ask questions, and learn more about:
How are you feeling today? Come chat with the student success advisors from the Arts, Humanities, and Human Services (AHHS) Cluster to learn about your major, career, and next steps. Come learn how we can support YOU! The hour will be focused much like an open advising session to really focus and meet you where you are.
Your Enterprise Policy and Planning Cluster will provide you with the top five tips for success, including resources, organizations, engaged learning, transitions to degree-granting schools, and being open to new things.
We'll help you figure out your next steps to get closer to major/career decisions by providing online resources while setting up appointments and referrals unique to your individual STEP process.
Pop in to talk to a career consultant if you:
Sophomore Success Services is just one area of EPSS that provides programs and opportunities for students to connect to IUPUI peers, offices, faculty and staff, and resources. It also has an exclusive Canvas page to bring sophomore students together.
You can visit our office to discuss any financial aid questions or concerns, including, but not limited to, filing a FAFSA, Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) issues, verification questions, or other financial aid award questions.
We assist current and prospective students throughout the whole process of the Sophomore Internship Program. Throughout the application period, we assist students with individual resume coaching and interview preparation workshops; and for current participants, we assist in the critical reflection process as they complete their internships.
The Institute for Engaged Learning consists of units and centers that work together to support faculty, staff, and students in opportunities that prepare students for lives of commitment and success with skills to communicate, innovate, and engage in local and global communities. Two of our centers offer paid experiences for students.
Center for Service and Learning:
Center for Research and Learning:
The services that we provide to undergraduate students include:
This event is sponsored by Academic and Career Development and Educational Partnerships and Student Success.