Working toward a brighter future—together

IU Corps is a network of IU Bloomington students, campus stakeholders, and community partners who have joined forces to create positive social change in local neighborhoods and around the world. This mission aligns with one of Indiana University’s core promise statements: “We believe that all of our students can achieve great things, if they put in the work and have the support of people who inspire them.”

Stories to Inspire

A new year is a fresh opportunity to set goals, make life-changing decisions, and strive to gain new experiences by breaking out of your comfort zone.  

People and groups at Indiana University have mobilized to support the 6,600 Afghan refugees at military and civilian post Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, Indiana.

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If you’ve been involved in a community engagement project that you’re excited about, share your experience! Your story could be featured on the IU Corps website.

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Students, find a volunteer opportunity

Step up. Connect with a community. Be a voice that’s heard. As an IU Corps participant, you have the power to make a difference in other people’s lives—and to improve your own, by honing your skills alongside professionals who are working toward positive social change. It all starts with community engagement.

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Community partners, share your needs with us

Login to our Volunteer Central database and post your opportunities and needs with the IU Community. If you have any questions, please contact Cassi Winslow-Edmonson at or call 812-855-7886.

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Step up. Connect with a community. Be a voice that’s heard.

IU Campus Farm: Meet Adam Diersing, a second year student who provides fresh produce to the community.
IU Groups Scholars Program: Meet Keshuann Tompkins-Barnes, a Computer Science freshman who became the president of Groups through IU Corps.
Hoosier to Hoosier Sale: Meet Amanda Keene, an Office of Sustainability intern who found her way to take part in community engagement through the Hoosier to Hoosier Sale.

The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.

Coretta Scott King