Fall 2020 / Issue 8
Student Involvement
Student Development Programs
Student Development Programs (SDP) promotes student learning by providing leadership education, avenues for student involvement and personal growth opportunities to develop responsible individuals as engaged members in their communities.

SDP helps students transition college life, by advising student organizations, the Activities Programming Board, Fraternity and Sorority Life and offering a variety of leadership development programs and workshops.

Student Development Programs is located in University Center East by the Fireside Lounge across from Cyclone Salads inside the office suite.
Student Involvement Week

This 100% virtual week is designed to help you get connected to student organizations and departments at USI. All week we will be featuring student organizations on our social media platforms (Instagram & Facebook). We also encourage incoming students to try our involvement calculator.The calculator works like an online quiz and gives you some clubs and organizations you might be interested in. 

Students can check out and interact with student organizations at USI through our Flipgrid event.

Students, input your habits in our Involvement Calculator and see what involvement opportunities await you! These are just suggestions, but they may lead to lifelong friendships. Our office will follow up with your student after their results are shared. 
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Virtual IFC Fraternity Information Night
Wedn​esday, September 2 | 7 P.M. | Zoom

IFC Fraternity Recruitment
September 3-11

🌟Go Greek 🌟
☕The One Where You Go Greek☕ Registration is open!! Visit USI.edu/fsl to sign up and message us with any other questions!
We are excited to announce the launch of EagleSYNC 2.0! In May 2020, we began our partnership with Presence. A co-curricular student engagement platform. 

EagleSync 2.0 is USI's one-stop shop for activities and engagement outside the classroom. EagleSync2.0 lists events happening around campus and information all of our student organizations as well as many campus departments. 
Leadership Opportunities
Emerging Leaders offers USI freshman students the opportunity to develop new leadership skills, make new friends and contribute to their University community. This program prepares individuals to succeed and contribute to USI as student leaders in the future. Applications for the 2020-21 academic year are now available!
Cinema USI
Cinema USI shows the most recent movies to be released to the public and classic favorites for free to all USI students with a valid USI Student ID.

First Movie Night of the Semester:
Saturday, September 12 at 8:30 P.M.
SHREK 1 and 2
Rated PG
Location: Quad (Rain Location: Forum One)
Activities Programming Board (APB)
The Activities Programming Board (APB) is the organization that provides fun and free activities to USI's students to provide entertainment outside of the classroom. Its members have the control and influence to bring entertainment they want to campus. They also plan all of the events and execute them themselves.

For upcoming events, visit APB at:
Instagram: @APBatUSI
Twitter: @APBatUSI
Campus Information
Still Need to Get Your Student ID or USI Face Covering?
Student ID/Eagle Access Card Contact Information

All students will need to bring a government issued ID card in order to get your USI Student ID. 

USI Face Covering Pick Up at the Dean of Student Office
The Dean of Students Office is located on the main level of University Center East, Room 1229 in Fireside Lounge (by Cyclone Salad). Students, please bring your Student ID.
Campus Office Information
Check out the following offices for new student and campus information:
Screagle in the Spotlight - Katie Bowen
Hometown: Evansville, Indiana
Year: Sophomore
Major: Pre-Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

If you could be a fictional character, who would you be?
I would most likely be like Scooby Doo because he loves snacks and is frightened by scary things sometimes, just like me!       
Why did you choose USI?
Being from Evansville I never thought I would attend a university in my hometown. I always thought I wanted to go away for college. I toured other universities but none of them ever stood out to me. I couldn’t picture myself for four years at any of them. My mind kept going back to USI’s campus. I loved the way campus was laid out and the feel of being away from home but also not actually being away. What stuck out to me was how friendly everyone was and the smiling faces around campus. The nice and roomy residence halls were a plus for me as well. I knew USI was for me when I could picture myself being there for four years and I haven’t regretted my decision one bit! 

What is your favorite memory from USI?
My favorite memory from the past year at USI has been meeting new lifelong friends and being involved with amazing organizations. Being from Evansville, I knew quite a few people going to USI and made a promise to myself to meet new people. Getting involved has helped me keep that promise. There are so many organizations on campus to get involved with, there truly is something for everyone. Don’t be afraid to get involved! Go Screagles! 
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