Student gets a balloon animal during the UPB Homecoming Carnival.

The University Program Board is excited to offer the following events during Homecoming, October 3-9, 2016.

Students participate in the 2015 Trick or Treat for Change program

Volunteers for the service project, Trick-or-Treat for Change, can dress in costume and trick-or-treat for monetary donations from residents in the Bloomington-Normal community on Halloween.

Participants at a Diversity Advocacy Lunch and Learn in the spring

Lunch n' Learns provide an open environment for the whole campus to learn about a certain topic, share their truths, create dialogue, and receive a free meal.

ISU grad smiles at commencement

Graduation Services has arranged for a representative from Jostens, Inc. to be available to assist students who are set to graduate with their commencement needs.

Emma Shores outside

The October student spotlight is Emma Shores, a junior Public Relations and Political Science major from Manteno, Illinois.

Members of the RSO Hammin' Out on the Quad

Student Activities and Involvement provides support to nearly 400 Registered Student Organizations on campus. The October Registered Student Organization spotlight is Hammin Out.

Two people looking at camera

The Dean of Students Office is pleased to announce numerous events happening in October.