• College Goal Sunday
    February 25 2:00pm
    College Goal SundaySM is an event held at 40 sites across Indiana that provides FREE FAFSA filing assistance to Hoosier families. At College Goal Sunday, now in its 29th year, financial aid professionals from Indiana colleges and universities help students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students seeking federal an more »
  • 2018 Sanders Speaker Series Featuring Story Musgrave
    February 26 6:30pm
    Story Musgrave was born in 1935 on a dairy farm in Stockbridge, MA. He was in the forests alone at 3 and by 5 floated his homebuilt rafts on the rivers. He rode combines at 5, drove trucks and tractors at 10 and when alone in remote fields repaired them by 13. He never finished school, ran off to Korea with the U. S. Marines where he was an more »
  • APA Workshop
    February 27 12:25pm
    Attend this brief workshop to learn about how to use APA (American Psychological Association) documentation format in your writing to cite your sources/research.  The workshop will review the resources available as well as the most common problems to avoid when using APA guidelines.  The workshop is presented by Leigh Ann Meyer, Direct more »
  • IU Southeast Graduation Fair
    February 28 10:00am
    Are you a graduating senior? Visit the IU Southeast Graduation Fair to make sure you’re prepared for graduation and commencement day. You’ll get lots of helpful tips to prepare you for a successful transition into the working world and for a great graduation experience. Resources and Offerings include: The chance to order more »
  • Walk-in Wednesday
    February 28 12:00pm
    No appointment required, help with all services. One-on-one Coaching, Resume and Cover Letters, Career Assessments, Interview Preparation, Internships, Job Search Strategies, Gradualte School Planning. more »
  • Purim (Jewish - begins at Sundown the preceding day and ends at sundown)
    March 01 12:00am
    The Jewish festival of Purim, held on the 14th or 15th day of the month of Adar, commemorates the defeat of Haman's plot to massacre the Jews as recorded in the Book of Esther.  The holy day begins at sundown on the evening preceding the first day and ends at sundown or nightfall of the concluding date.  Further Information more »
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