WELCOME TO THE IU SOUTHEAST COMMON EXPERIENCE
An annual program designed to cultivate a common intellectual conversation across campus, to strengthen the sense of community at Southeast and in the region, to encourage open discussion, civil discourse, and critical thinking, and to enhance the reputation of Southeast as a regional center of learning excellence.
Discussion: Educational Access for Undocumented immigrant students & the Dream Act
At this session, participants will learn about and discuss a new policy called “deferred action for childhood arrivals.” This highly controversial policy allows individuals who unlawfully came to the US as children the opportunity to legally stay and work in the United States.
Hosted by: Gio Guerra Perez
Speaker Panel: Constitution Day: "Empowering the Individual Citizen"
As citizens of this great nation, we are privileged with the opportunity to have certain civil liberties and freedoms not allowed in other countries. Many events are centered on learning about different issues and bringing awareness to those issues, but how can you get involved? What can one citizen really do to have an impact in his or her community? What legal channels, organizations, and resources are available for one person to make a difference? Dr. Rhonda Wrzenski, Dr.Thomas Kotulak, Judge Daniel Moore, a state representative from the Indiana CLU, will be discussing these and other important questions.
Hosted by: Student Civil Liberties Union
Student Leadership Summit
The Student Leadership Summit will feature sessions for emerging leaders, seasoned leaders, and advisors from student organizations. Tentative sessions include time management and volunteering. Pre-registration is required. Contact the Office of Campus Life at (812) 941-2316 for more details.
Hosted by: Campus Life
Financing Your Future: A mini-conference
The IU Southeast Financial Aid Office is hosting "Financing Your Future," a mini-conference designed to help you figure out how to make college more affordable. The conference is free and open to all college-bound students and their parents, regardless of which institution you choose to attend. Join our financial aid professionals as we help you piece together the puzzle of paying for higher education. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 941-2246.
Hosted by: The Financial Aid Office
Documentary Viewing: First Generation
This documentary is about access to higher education for 1st generation college students. For additional information about the film, please see the website listed below.
Hosted by the School of Education