Indiana University


Stop Global Warming - Tuesdays at 6:00 pm in the IMU room 470

Health Care - Thursdays at 3:00 pm in the IMU by Baja Fresh

Hunger & Homelessness - Thursdays at 9:00 pm in the IMU room 470

Democracy Now - Fridays at 10:30 am in the IMU room 470


INPIRG Core Meetings - Tuesdays at 8:15 pm in the IMU room 470

IMU 470 A, Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 856-4128

To find room 470 A, take the elevator across from Starbucks to the 4th floor.

INPIRG is an independent, student-directed, nonprofit organization, originally founded in the 1970’s by Indiana students. INPIRG was re-established in 1997 by students here in Bloomington so they could have a vehicle to work on issues that they care about like protecting the environment, standing up for their rights as consumers and as students, and making a difference in the local community through service and education about hunger and homelessness.

Over the years, INPIRG has registered thousands of IU students to vote, raised more than $20,000 for hunger & homelessness relief, and has trained more than 200 interns to work on important social issues. INPIRG’s DC-based staff (shared with other PIRGs) have been instrumental in passing SAFRA, Credit Card and Banking Reform, and protecting the environment.

Moving forward, the students in INPIRG have big plans. We are currently working to stop global warming by limiting pollution from power plants, fight hunger and homelessness, stop the flow of corporate money in politics, and educate students on the new health care laws from the Affordable Care Act coming out this fall. We hope you will join us!


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