Indiana University East will host “Homecoming 2016: Rufus for President” October 31-November 5. Alumni, friends and the campus community are invited to participate in activities and events throughout the week.
A majority of surveyed Indiana University East alumni feel that their undergraduate college experience was worth the cost, helping alumni to lead a fulfilling work life and to their overall well-being, according to a recent survey. IU East was one of 13 colleges and universities to participate in the first Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE) released the survey results on June 13.
The Indiana University East Alumni Association has announced this year’s inductees to the IU East Alumni Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame recognizes and celebrates the outstanding alumni of IU East.
The Indiana University East Alumni Association invites members of the community and other interested individuals to submit nominations for the Indiana University East Alumni Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame recognizes and celebrates the outstanding alumni of IU East.
Indiana University East’s Run with the Wolves 5K Run/Walk is Saturday, July 25. Registration is now open.
The Class of 2015 will receive 749 diplomas during Indiana University East’s 44th Commencement Ceremony at 6 p.m. today (May 15) at the Richmond High School Tiernan Center.
Of the degrees being conferred, 715 are bachelor’s degrees and 34 are master’s degrees. The awarding of the degrees this year marks the most awarded in IU East’s history.
Indiana University East is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Danielson Learning Center with an open house from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, August 7. The Danielson Center is located at 300 Trojan Lane in New Castle, Ind.
“That is when I discovered the calling to make a difference and impact others in a positive way,” Jones said.
The Danielson Learning Center made a difference in Michelle White’s life. The 2006 alumna enrolled at the New Castle campus six years after graduating high school. She had grown up in Henry County, 15 miles from the center. As a single mother of one, in addition to working two jobs, the local campus was the most conducive option for her to pursue a bachelor’s degree.