Why can't I access Library Resources on the VPN?

The VPN is not for accessing library resources, because most library resources are not hosted on IU servers. If the library resource is linked to a vendor-hosted website, logging into the VPN will not authenticate you to that website as belonging to IUPUI - the vendor website is looking for a campus IP address or the IP address of our proxy server.

Urban Displacement and the Making of a University

Urban Displacement and the Making of a University is a collection that documents how IUPUI acquired the land on which it was built and is based on the holdings of the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives at IUPUI. Items include correspondence related to property purchases, campus planning documents, assessments of home and business values, abstracts of title, oral histories, and a few items collected by administrators that show community discontent.


Content from the Jungclaus-Campbell Company's safe including images capturing these iconic buildings during their construction phases as well as record books documenting the various bids and contractors participating in this work.

The Santayana Edition

The Works of George Santayana is projected to be 20 volumes consisting of at least 35 books. It is published by The MIT Press (Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England), is supported by the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts, Indianapolis, and has been honored with generous supporting grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The pagination in these digital editions matches the pagination in the printed critical editions.

James-Santayana Correspondence

The James-Santayana Correspondence brings together both sides of the correspondence between George Santayana and his teacher and colleague at Harvard, William James. This collection covers the years 1887 to 1905 and includes 26 documents.