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Whether you want to apply to IU, you need help making sense of immigration documents, or you just want to meet new friends, the Office of International Services is here for you. We will connect you with the people and resources that will help you make the most of your IU experience. A lot of the information you need is right here on our website, but remember, you can also call us at (812) 855-9086, email us at, or visit us in Poplars 221 at IU Bloomington to get answers to your questions.


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  • OIS Trip to Chicago

    OIS Trip to Chicago
    All day
    Saturday, April 18, 2015
    Chicago, Illinois

    Join us for a one-day trip to Chicago! Experience the sights, sounds, and rich culture of the “Windy City,” America’s third largest city. We will provide transportation to Chicago’s famed Millennium Park, which runs along beautiful Lak
  • PET Practical English Tutorials

    PET Practical English Tutorials
    08:00 a.m. - 09:00 a.m.
    Saturday, April 18, 2015
    Indiana Memorial Union (Union Building)

    Improve your English-speaking skills and learn from native speakers who are eager to share their knowledge of the language. Sessions focus on topics that you learn about and discuss, such as slang, holidays, and American culture in general. You can attend weekly
  • Chinese Conversation Club

    Chinese Conversation Club
    05:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.
    Monday, April 20, 2015
    Read Hall

    Practice a language with other students and a native speaker in a relaxed, low-pressure environment. Immerse yourself in a language and meet other IU Bloomington students who share similar interests.

    Join us on Mondays in the Landes Lounge!

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  • Spring Health Insurance Reminders for Students

    Important information from OIS regarding Spring 2015 health insurance.

  • Ebola Virus Announcement

    Indiana University is aggressively monitoring the Eboval Virus Disease (EVD) situation, increasing communication, and relying on public health resources to provide information and links to the most up-to-date and accurate information available. Please note that individuals who are planning or returning from personal travel to the affected countries (Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone) may not enter any university-owned, -operated, or leased property during their 21 day monitoring, the duration of the incubation period for the virus.

  • Translated Content for Parents Now Available

    We've added a new section of our website specifically for parents of students interested in Indiana University. We've also translated it into seven languages: Mandarin, Korean, Hindi, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.

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