Campus Response to 2015 Terror Attacks
Message to IUPUI international students and scholars
November 11, 2015
From: Gil Latz, Associate Vice Chancellor of International Affairs, IUPUI
All of us are saddened and disturbed by the terror attacks that struck Paris on Friday, Beirut on Thursday, and the associated disruption and suffering of so many in Syria, Iraq, Kenya, and Nigeria, to name only a few of many countries that have experienced terrorist activity in the past year.
If you are personally impacted by these events, we encourage you to reach out for support. Please do not hesitate to contact the Office of International Affairs if you need information or advice, or wish to bring to our attention something that disturbs you, a member of your family, or one of your fellow students. Counseling services are available:
Students: Counseling and Psychological Services is located in Suite 220 of the Walker Building, 719 Indiana Avenue, (317) 274-2548.
Full-time employees: Contact Indiana University’s Employee Assistance Program.
IUPUI’s commitment is to be a diverse and inclusive campus that fosters a climate of acceptance and mutual respect, extended to all persons regardless of their role, status, religion, or social identity. Offices of the university are prepared to deal with reports of concerning incidents of harassment and intolerance. Any member of the campus community can share a report online on incidents impacting students.
The Office of Equal Opportunity also accepts reports from students and scholars.
To report a crime, contact IUPUI campus police at 317-274-7911.