How to Enroll

How to Enroll in a TLC

Enrolling in a Themed Learning Community is simple!

Step 1Sign up for your freshman orientation at IUPUI.

Orientation Sign-up

Step 2Browse the first-year experience course listings to find the right TLC for you.

Step 3Speak to your advisor during orientation to enroll.

Course Listings | Fall 2017

Browse the list of themed learning communities below. Some themed learning communities kickoff with Summer Bridge, learn more about Summer Bridge.

All students will receive a first-year catalog at orientation with this information.

Kelley School of Business

  • A Business Guide to Life

    BUS-BE 499 (Section #32020)

    Are you ready to explore your strengths, leadership skills, the economy, and all that awaits you?  This TLC will focus on identifying and developing your strengths and leadership skills, while exploring change and innovation in a global economy through connected coursework.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    BUS-X 103Learning CommunityT 1:30PM-2:45PM
    BUS-X 100Intro to Business AdministrationTR 9:00AM-10:15AM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.TR 12:00PM-1:15PM

School of Education

  • (Summer Bridge) Discovering Social Justice in Education

    SUMMER BRIDGE: EDUC-BE 499 (Section #32021)

    What is the role of social justice in education? What is critical social justice? Discover the role of critical social justice in education and American society through service learning, field trips, critical readings and integrated assignments. (Field trips associated with HIST-H 106 will take place on Fridays and are a required part of the class.)

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    EDUC-F 110Windows on EducationW 10:30AM-11:30AM
    EDUC-F 200Examining Self as TeacherMW 9:00AM-10:15AM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition IMW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    HIST-H 106American History IIMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • Finding Your Voice in Education

    EDUC-BE 499 (Section #32022)

    You want to be a teacher but what real impact can you have? Discover the impact that you can have through service learning, classroom assignments and activities, and integrated course assignments. This TLC will also have a focus on Latino culture. 

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    EDUC-F 110Windows on EducationW 3:00PM-4:00PM
    EDUC-F 200Examining Self as TeacherMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    LATS-L 101Intro to Latino StudiesTR 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • Diversity of Thought in Education

    EDUC-BE 499 (Section #32023)

    How do we think about education and the different kinds of schools that we have in America? Discover how classrooms operate through service learning and possible field trips. Learn how to put words to your ideas and express them to others.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    EDUC-F 110Windows on EducationR 10:30AM-11:30AM
    EDUC-F 200Examining Self as TeacherTR 12:00PM-1:15PM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.MW 12:00PM-1:15PM

School of Engineering & Technology

  • Serving Others Through Engineering Design

    ENGR-BE 499 (Section #32024)

    This Themed Learning Community will examine the opportunities and responsibilities engineers have to design and build a better world through service learning and hands-on projects. Students will learn about the many opportunities in the engineering profession that places engineers in a unique position within society to make a positive and powerful impact on the world.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    ENGR-19500First-Year Seminar for Engineering MajorsR 3:00PM-4:15PM
    ENGR-19600Introduction to EngineeringTR 10:30AM-12:15PM
    ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition ITR 1:30PM-2:45PM 
  • Nanotechnology: The Science of Small

    ENGR-BE 499 (Section #32025)

    Imagine a tiny device that roams through the body targeting cancer cells, a material as strong as steel that weighs a third less, or a sugar cube sized box that contains the entire Library of Congress. All could be possible through the use of Nanotechnology. In this Themed Learning Community, students will explore the possibilities presented by this new frontier.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    ENGR-19500First-Year Seminar for Engineering MajorsR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    ENGR-19600Introduction to EngineeringTR 11:00AM-12:45PM
    COMM-R 110 Fundamentals of Speech Comm.TR 3:00PM-4:15PM
  • Bioengineering: Shaping the Future of Medicine

    ENGR-BE 499 (Section #32026)

    How are biomedical engineers shaping the future of medicine? In this Themed Learning Community students will apply the engineering goals of “measure, model, manipulate, and make” to explore practical biomedical applications that will take them from a biological understanding of cellular structure and function to designing medical devices or engineering tissues that benefit modern medicine and society.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    ENGR-19500First-Year Seminar for Engineering MajorsT 1:30PM-2:45PM
    ENGR-19600Introduction to EngineeringTR 9:00AM-10:45AM
    BIOL-K 101Concepts of Biology I (Lecture)MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM 
     Concepts of Biology I (Lab)  R 11:30AM-2:20PM
     Concepts of Biology I (Recitation)  T 12:00PM-1:15PM
  • Engineering Excellence

    TECH-BE 499 (Section #32027)

    Learn about design, technology, and human error through both entertainment and real-world examples. Explore the countless benefits of technology coupled with the devastating consequences of human error. In this Themed Learning Community, students will take in the perspective of the design of things and connect the ideas to human behavior.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    TECH-10200First-Year Seminar for Tech MajorsF 8:00AM-9:15AM
    TECH-10500Intro to Engineering Technology (Lecture)F 9:30AM-11:20AM
    Intro to Engineering Technology (Lab)F 12:30PM-2:20PM 
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition IMW 9:00AM-10:15AM 
  • Design and Connect

    TECH-BE 499 (Section #32028)

    Students get a head start in Computer Information and Graphics Technology (CIGT) in this Themed Learning Community as a cohort of CIT and CGT students. Students will make connections with classmates and faculty that will continue throughout their four years. Students will design webpages, prepare and deliver speeches, and plan for their four-year academic coursework while building their communication skills.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    TECH-10200First-Year Seminar for Tech MajorsR 3:00PM-4:15PM
    CIT-21200Website DesignTR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    COMM-R 110 Fundamentals of Speech Comm. TR 12:00PM-1:15PM 

Herron School of Art & Design

  • Infinite Perspectives

    HER-BE 499 (Section #32100)

    The Herron TLC links Herron foundation courses with the English composition course to provide a common base for visual and written composition. Students develop the specific skills for the respective curricula, yet through the synchronized experience of blocked courses, they acquire an understanding of the creative processes of art and writing and develop individual perspectives within the broader contexts of the world. 

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    HER-X 101Foundation Resources WorkshopF 10:30AM-11:30AM
    HER-D 101Drawing IMW 8:30AM-11:00AM
    HER-F 121Two-Dimensional DrawingMW 12:00PM-2:30PM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition ITR 10:30AM-11:45AM

School of Informatics & Computing

  • Digitizing Our Selves

    INFO-BE 499 (Section #32347)

    We live, work, and think in an ocean of data. But what does that mean for our personal, professional, and political lives? In this TLC, you will learn to take charge of your digital persona, understand your web presence, and manage the impact of your electronic footprint. Seize opportunities and solve problems within the social world of computing!

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    INFO-I 100 First Year ExperienceT 3:00PM-4:15PM
    INFO-I 202Social InformaticsMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition ITR 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • Convergence: Your Role in Media, Technology and Society

    INFO-BE 499 (Section #32354)

    This Themed Learning Community explores several areas and advancements in media, technology and society. Advancements in technology, in our society, are increasing at a monumental rate. These advancements are affecting media, arts, and science in a unique way. Students play a participatory role in understanding, researching, and communicating convergent areas in media technology in order to bring opportunities and challenges to industry and society. 

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    INFO-I 100 First Year ExperienceT 3:00PM-4:15PM
    NEWM-N 100Foundations of New MediaT 6:00PM-8:40PM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.MW 4:30PM-5:45PM

School of Liberal Arts

  • (Summer Bridge) The Human Story

    SUMMER BRIDGE: SLA-BE 499 (Section #32356)

    How does culture shape people and their unique identities? How are the stories of individuals and their communities preserved and relayed to others through museums in ways that connect to contemporary social issues? Discover similarities and differences among human societies, including your own, as well as how to explore museum exhibits competently and critically?This TLC encompasses Summer Bridge and fall courses.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarMW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    ANTH-A 104Cultural AnthropologyMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    MSTD-A 101Understanding MuseumsMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • (Summer Bridge) Mass Media and You

    SUMMER BRIDGE: SLA-BE 499 (Section #32477)

    Do you plan to work in a media career? Or just want to better understand how the media shapes your views of self and the world, your political viewpoints, the information we "know" and why? We will use collaborative and hands-on learning experiences, investigative and networking skills, engagement and community projects, and in-depth learning from visits to the offices of leading media professionals in the city.   

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarR 10:30AM-11:45AM
    COMM-M 150Mass Media & Contemporary SocietyTR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    JOUR-J 110Found. of Journalism & Mass CommunicationTR 12:00PM-1:15PM
  • Transcending Perceptions

    SLA-BE 499 (Section #32478)

    What does the world look like from someone else's point of view? Join us on a journey to explore different perspectives and worldviews using art, philosophy, history, myth, ritual and personal experience. Structured by the academic framework of Native American & Religious Studies, this TLC will help you develop tools to better understand and succeed in a globalized world.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarMW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    NAIS-N 101Intro to Native American & Indigenous StudiesMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    REL-R 133Introduction to ReligionMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • Religions, Conflict, and Peace

    SLA-BE 499 (Section #32479)

    Religions are often blamed for wars and violent conflicts, but religious activists such as King, Gandhi, and Malala Yousafzai have built peace in our politicized world. This TLC will examine the interconnections among religions, identity, violence, and peace, envisioning communication and engagement as tools for reconciliation. TLC participants will compete for scholarships in the annual Curtis Memorial Speech Contest on the topic of peaceful resolution to conflict.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarMW 12:00PM-1:15PM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.MW 4:30PM-5:45PM
    REL-R 133Introduction to ReligionMW 3:00PM-4:15PM
  • Like a Girl - Gender, Language, and Power

    SLA-BE 499 (Section #32480)

    "Like a girl" has been leveled at both genders as a demeaning slur of all things female. Turned into an inspirational motto for a new generation, however, the slogan envisions the female gender as powerful rather than limiting. In this TLC we analyze issues of gender and identity, through Literature, Women's Studies, and the First-Year Seminar, using videos, readings, and field experiences.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    ENG-L 115Literature for TodayMW 9:00AM-10:15AM
    WOST-W 105Introduction to Women's StudiesMW 12:00PM-1:15PM
  • Race, Conflict and Peaceful Communication

    SLA-BE 499 (Section #32481)

    Race is a key dividing line and increasingly a source of conflict in American society. Ever wonder why that is and how you can contribute productively to the American dialogue on race and ethnicity? If so, join this TLC which will explore issues of culture, race and communication through the disciplines of sociology and public speaking. Participants in this TLC will compete for scholarships in the annual Curtis Memorial Speech Contest based on the topic of peaceful resolution to conflict.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarTR 3:00PM-4:15PM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.TR 10:30AM-11:45AM
    SOC-R 100Introduction to SociologyTR 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • And Justice for All?

    SLA-BE 499 (Section #32482)

    What does it mean to live in a just society? In this TLC, we will explore themes of justice, fairness, and democracy, by looking at United States history and politics and the way the rules of American society and government affect "We the People", and we will question the possibility of reaching the ideal of liberty and justice for all.​

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SLA-S 100First Year Success SeminarMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    HIST-H 105American History IMW 9:00AM-10:15AM
    POLS-Y 103Introduction to American PoliticsMW 12:00PM-1:15PM

School of Phys Ed & Tourism Mgmt

  • Team Effort 1!

    HPER-BE 499 (Section #32483)

    We will focus on developing relationships and inspiring success at IUPUI and in our local community. We’ll combine knowledge and activities, both inside and outside the classroom, to make new friends, develop strategies for college success, and participate in a service-learning project with a local non-profit, the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, culminating by participating in a 5K walk/run on November 5th.​

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    HPER-L 135Learning Community: Physical Education - Exercise ScienceMW 9:00AM-10:15AM
    PSY-B 110Introduction to PsychologyMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    HPER-P 205Structural Kinesiology (Lecture)MW 1:30PM-2:20PM
    Structural Kinesiology (Lab)R 2:00PM-3:50PM
  • Team Effort 2!

    HPER-BE 499 (Section #32484)

    We will focus on developing relationships and inspiring success at IUPUI and in our local community. We’ll combine knowledge and activities, both inside and outside the classroom, to make new friends, develop strategies for college success, and participate in a service-learning project with a local non-profit, the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, culminating by participating in a 5K walk/run on November 5th.​

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    HPER-L 135Learning Community: Physical Education - Exercise ScienceMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.MW 9:00AM-10:15AM
    HPER-P 205Structural Kinesiology (Lecture)MW 1:30PM-2:20PM
    Structural Kinesiology (Lab)R 10:00AM-11:50AM 

School of Science

  • The Science of You and Me

    SCI-BE 499 (Section #32486)

    Being social is inherent in the human condition. How, what, where and from whom we learn influence the development of our sense of self and our feelings of group identity. These factors shape our perception of people of different races, ethnicities, religions, nationalities, genders or sexual orientations. We’ll explore the intricacies of how learning and play shape how we view ourselves and others. 

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SCI-I 120Windows on ScienceW 12:00PM-1:15PM
    PSY-B 203Ethics and Diversity in Psy.TR 10:30AM-11:45AM
    COMM-C 180Intro to Interpersonal Comm.MW 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds

    SCI-BE 499 (Section #32488)

    Each of us begins with a genetic blueprint (nature) that is influenced by our environment (nurture). We will explore these interactions throughout the semester, and discuss examples of person and environmental variables that can influence our behavior. We will also explore the idea that psychology is a science and exactly what that means.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SCI-I 120Windows on ScienceT 10:30AM-11:45AM
    PSY-B 110Introduction to PsychologyMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    HPER-H 195Principles of Lifestyle WellnessMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • Sustainability: Thriving Communities, Thriving Planet

    SCI-BE 499 (Section #32493)

    In the face of a rapidly-changing planet, sustainability is one of the most promising solutions to address social, economic, and environmental problems. Students will leave this TLC with an understanding of the causes and effects of some of our planet’s biggest problems and ideas of how to solve those problems through the hands-on application of sustainability principles.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SCI-I 120Windows on ScienceW 12:00PM-1:15PM
    GEOL-G 107Environmental GeologyTR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    SPEA-V 222Principles of SustainabilityMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • Molecules to Medicines

    SCI-BE 499 (Section #32494)

    In the Molecules to Medicines TLC, students explore the inter-relatedness between biology and chemistry, from historical foundations to current impacts of biology/chemistry on society, global health and medicine. This TLC is designed for students considering pre-professional graduate/health careers. In the Molecules to Medicine Windows on Science I-120 section, students will increase their exploration of both IUPUI and their intended major.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SCI-I 120Windows on ScienceR 12:00PM-1:50PM
    CHEM-C 105Principles of Chemistry I (Lecture)TR 9:00AM-10:15AM
    Principles of Chemistry I (Recitation)F 12:00PM-1:50PM 
    BIOL-K 101 Concepts of Biology I (Lecture) MWF 10:30AM-11:20AM 
     Concepts of Biology I (Lab) W 11:30AM-2:20PM 
     Concepts of Biology I (Recitation) M 12:00PM-1:15PM 
  • Neuroscience and Health

    SCI-BE 499 (Section #32499)

    What people once thought about how we learn, feel, and develop is now largely influenced by our knowledge of neuroscience. This TLC explores the things in our biology and brains that impact our health, well-being, and contribute to our strengths. Students will connect to IU Health through a field trip and the community through a service-learning project.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SCI-I 120Windows on ScienceT 3:00PM-4:15PM
    PSY-B 201Foundations of NeuroscienceTR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    R 3:00PM-4:15PM 
    BIOL-K 101 Concepts of Biology I (Lecture) MWF 10:30AM-11:20AM 
     Concepts of Biology I (Lab) F 11:30AM-2:20PM 
     Concepts of Biology I (Recitation) M 12:00PM-1:15PM 

School of Public & Environmental Affairs

  • (Summer Bridge) Dangerous Minds, Dangerous Policies I

    SUMMER BRIDGE: SPEA-BE 499 (Section #32501)

    In this TLC, we study how the justice system works, problematic policies used to control crime, what works in corrections and prisoner reentry.  Additionally, all semester we will participate in Toastmasters meetings with residents of a correctional facility where we learn about the realities of prison while honing our public speaking skills. 

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SPEA-J 101American Criminal Justice SystemMW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    Mentoring LabM 9:00AM-10:15AM
    SPEA-V 100Current Topics in Public AffairsF 10:00AM-12:00PM
     Prison Visit W 4:30PM-8:00PM 
    COMM-R 110 Fundamentals of Speech Comm. MW 10:30AM-11:45AM 
  • (Summer Bridge) Dangerous Minds, Dangerous Policies II

    SUMMER BRIDGE: SPEA-BE 499 (Section #32502)

    In this TLC, we study how the justice system works, problematic policies used to control crime, and what works in corrections and prisoner reentry.  Additionally, all semester we will participate in Toastmasters meetings with residents of a correctional facility where we learn about the realities of prison while honing our public speaking skills.  

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SPEA-J 101American Criminal Justice SystemMW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    Mentoring LabM 10:15AM-11:45AM
    SPEA-V 100Current Topics in Public AffairsF 1:00PM-3:00PM
     Prison Visit W 4:30PM-8:00PM 
    COMM-R 110 Fundamentals of Speech Comm. MW 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • The Color of Crime

    SPEA-BE 499 (Section #32517)

    In this TLC, J101 (The American Criminal Justice System), A150 (Survey of the Culture of Black Americans) and V100 (Learning Community) join together to examine the criminal justice system and the role that the media plays in creating myths about who commits crime.  Moreover, we will also study how myths, biases, and fear about race/ethnicity and social class, influence crime policy in the United States.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SPEA-J 101American Criminal Justice SystemMW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    Mentoring LabW 9:00AM-10:15AM
    SPEA-V 100Current Topics in Public AffairsTR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    AFRO-A 150Survey of the Culture of Black AmericansTR 12:00PM-1:15PM 
  • Service Beyond Self

    SPEA-BE 499 (Section #32518)

    Want to create real change in your community? This TLC is for you!  Students will learn to become effective leaders and change agents while earning 8 credits, working with a non-profit agency, AND studying public affairs (V170), cultural anthropology (ANTH-A 104) and how to be successful in college (V100).  If you want to learn how to DO things rather than complain about them, join our TLC.  

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    SPEA-V 170Intro to Public AffairsTR 12:00PM-1:15PM
    SPEA-V 100Current Topics in Public AffairsTR 10:30AM-11:45AM
    ANTH-A 104Cultural AnthropologyTR 3:00PM-4:15PM 

University College

  • Express Yourself: Designing a Future that Fits

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32520)

    Begin the creative process of career discovery by reflecting on your unique personality, researching majors and careers, conducting career interviews, and attending IUPUI’s Major Career Information Day. Visit local art museums to stimulate your creative thinking. Learn how to design and communicate your vision of a “future that fits” by discovering imaginative ways of expressing yourself both visually and verbally.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarT 1:00PM-2:45PM
    HER-H 100Art AppreciationTR 10:30AM-11:45AM
    COMM-R 110 Fundamentals of Speech Comm. MW 12:00PM-1:15PM
  • Exploring Healthcare Profession

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32521)

    Intended for students interested in an overview of the different aspects of healthcare careers. Includes opportunities for related hands-on activities and discussion of various health-related careers and the types of services offered by each. Students will participate in various community service activities and integrate healthcare related knowledge and experiences with assignments in Philosophy and Public Speaking courses.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarR 10:30AM-12:15PM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.MW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    PHIL-P 120EthicsTR 9:00AM-10:15AM
  • Pathways to Healthcare

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32522)

    Designed for students with an interest in health professions, providing foundational knowledge, skills and pathways for success in IUPUI healthcare programs. Students will learn about writing within the context of our healthcare culture, understand the importance of human biology systems and how they related to healthcare fields, and participate in site visits to various labs and healthcare facilities on campus.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarR 3:30PM-5:15PM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition ITR 10:30AM-11:45AM
    BIOL-N 212Human Biology (Lecture)MW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    Mentoring LabM 10:30AM-11:45AM 
    BIOL-N 213 Human Biology (Lab) F 8:00AM-9:50AM 
  • Beyond Just Us: Multicultural Connectedness I

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32523)

    Explore the value of the unique person you are, as well as those from other cultures. Consider unexpected and controversial perspectives to increase understanding of diversity, privilege and power. Participate in multicultural activities outside the classroom to engage in real world learning and examine the greater context of your potential – in your personal life, your community, and on a global scale.

  • Inequality and Social Justice

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32524)

    Examine the nature, roots and consequences of social and economic inequality. Topics to be explored include the impact of race, ethnicity, and gender on power and privilege. Through reading, writing, lectures, discussions, and experiential learning activities, students will explore the role of power in relationships and social structures. In addition to supporting your transition to college, this TLC will encourage you to integrate what you are learning in all of your classes and give you an opportunity to be a social justice ally in a community engagement project.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition IMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    SWK-S 102Diversity in Pluralistic SocietyW 3:00PM-5:45PM
  • Our Stories, Our Voices

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32525)

    We read and tell stories as a way to understand who we are and our place in society as individuals, students, and citizens. We connect with family and friends and create larger communities through the stories we share. Learn to analyze and reflect on stories as a path to organizing your thoughts into messages that inspire, explain, critique, and persuade.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition ITR 1:30PM-2:45PM
    AMST-A 101Introduction to American StudiesMW 12:00PM-1:15PM
  • Multicultural Perspectives

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32526)

    This TLC will help you better understand who you are and who we are as a multicultural campus, community, and society. We will explore ideas, challenge our perspectives, find our voices, and develop critical thinking and communication skills. We will examine and apply multicultural concepts and experiences within and across social group memberships.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarT 10:30AM-11:45AM
    ENG-L 115Literature for Today.TR 12:00PM-1:15PM
    ANTH-A 104Cultural AnthropologyMW 1:30PM-2:45PM
  • Philanthropy: It's Not Just for Millionaires

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32529)

    Do you know philanthropists such as Peyton Manning, Malala Yousafzai, Ron Hunter, Bono, and local organization Second Helpings? Through wealthy celebrities to local dreamers without a dime, philanthropy has an amazing impact in shaping the world. We’ll help you examine the foundations of social justice and philanthropy, write persuasively on related topics, and identify service opportunities within the community.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarW 10:30AM-11:45AM
    ENG-W 131Elementary Composition ITR 9:00AM-10:15AM
    PHST-P 105Giving & Volunteering in AmericaTR 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • Mom Always Said Wash Your Hands...

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32530)

    Why? Did you take a shower today, or flush the toilet? Almost everything you take for granted  today can be tied back to a public health influence. In this TLC we will explore all the aspects of your life that public health is involved in and how it has increased your lifespan by more than 30 years.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarT 9:00AM-10:15AM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech CommunicationTR 12:00PM-1:15PM
    PBHL-E 109Introduction to Public HealthTR 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • Root of Disease: Public Health Dental Professions

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32532)

    In this TLC, we study the body’s function, identify patterns of disease, and analyze the impact of individual behaviors on the public health of the community, engage with dental professionals, public health experts, hear first-hand stories from health professionals in the field, explore dental careers in public health, service learning experiences, licensure, and dual public health and dentistry degree tracks. 

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarMW 9:00AM-9:50AM
    BIOL-N 261Human Anatomy (Lecture)MW 4:30PM-5:30PM
     Mentoring Lab W 3:00PM-4:15PM 
    Human Anatomy (Lab)TR 12:30PM-2:20PM
     PBHL-E 109Introduction to Public HealthTR 10:30AM-11:45AM
  • (Summer Bridge) Beyond Just Us: Multicultural Connectedness II

    SUMMER BRIDGE-UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32512)
    Explore the value of the unique person you are, as well as those from other cultures.  Consider unexpected and controversial perspectives to increase understanding of diversity, privilege and power.  Participate in multicultural activities outside the classroom to engage in real world learning and examine the greater context of your potential – in your personal life, your community, and on a global scale.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarT 1:30PM-2:45PM
    PSY-B 110Introduction to PsychologyTR 3:00PM-4:15PM
    COMM-R 110Fundamentals of Speech Comm.TR 9:00AM-10:15AM
  • (Summer Bridge) Beyond Just Us: Multicultural Connectedness III

    SUMMER BRIDGE-UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32513)

    Explore the value of the unique person you are, as well as those from other cultures. Consider unexpected and controversial perspectives to increase understanding of diversity, privilege and power. Participate in multicultural activities outside the classroom to engage in real world learning and examine the greater context of your potential – in your personal life, your community, and on a global scale.

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarM 10:30AM-12:15PM
    PSY-B 110Introduction to PsychologyTR 3:00PM-4:15PM
    AFRO-A 150Survey of the Culture of Black AmericansMW 9:00AM-10:15AM
  • Science and Service for Pre-Nursing Success

    UCOL-BE 499 (Section #32514)

    This TLC will provide hands-on learning opportunities to help pre-nursing students acclimate to IUPUI, prepare to apply to IUSON, learn about the necessary skills to be successful in nursing school, and examine diverse perspectives within the nursing community through science and volunteering. This year-long TLC is designed for pre-nursing students participating in the Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program (DEAP).

    Class #Class NameSchedule
    UCOL-U 110First Year SeminarR 3:00PM-4:45PM
    BIOL-N 212Human Biology (Lecture)MW 3:00PM-4:15PM
    Mentoring LabW 1:30PM-2:45PM
    PHST-P 105Giving and Volunteering in AmericaT 3:00PM-5:45PM