- *IU Auditorium
Since opening its doors in 1941, IU Auditorium has served as a university and community gathering place, hosting a diverse array of world-class artists, entertainers, musicians and lecturers in our 3,200-seat theatre. The Auditorium has been host for the last 60 years to the world’s top performers, from the Metropolitan Opera and Les Miserables to Jerry Seinfeld and Mikhail Gorbachev.
IU Auditorium exists to create opportunities for Indiana University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the local community to experience and interact with the performing arts. At IU Auditorium we value our role as a member of the university community, great guest service, quality, our history and tradition, innovation, and diversity.
See www.IUAuditorium.com/welcome and www.IUAuditorium.com/livestreams for some of our offerings, including online and virtual services.
- *Hillel Foundation
Since 1938, IU Hillel has striven to create a warm, welcoming, caring Jewish family and community that celebrates Judaism and Jewish life. We support and honor the diversity of the Jewish student community at IU, and are committed to its maintenance and continuity. Hillel provides religious, cultural, and social programming opportunities to assist in the creation of a Jewish community on the IU campus.
Students partner with the Hillel staff to create and implement hundreds of programs each year. In addition there are approximately 18 student interest clubs ranging from acapella to sports and business to Greek life to Israeli culture and more! The Center is open 9am-9pm during the week, 9am through Shabbat dinner on Friday, and noon-8pm on Sunday. The center has a big screen TV, free Wi-Fi, a pool table as well as lots of comfortable couches to relax on. Hillel also has an open refrigerator policy for students to grab a snack or a to-go box.
- *Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy
The Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy focuses on prevention and support related to student experiences of sexual misconduct. Prevention program efforts include the It’s On Us: Bystander Intervention Program and Step UP! IU, both of which teach students how to notice signs of problematic situations and how to help others in need in those situations.
SVPVA offers several prevention programs, including:
- It’s On Us, Bystander Intervention program; now a sychronous, virtual bystander intervention program to first-year students.
- Step Up! IU, which provides synchonrous, virtual bystander intervention workshops to all returning students in student organizations, upon request.
- Take A Stand (TAS Talks), a student-facilitated, town hall forum platform that allows students and the opportunity to ask research experts and community leaders the tough questions about sexual violence discourse and resources to combat sex crimes.
- *IU Libraries
IU Libraries' mission is to support and strengthen teaching, learning, and research by providing the collections, services, and environments that lead to intellectual discovery. The library staff are experts on copyright, preservation, open access publishing, digital collection management, statistics, geographic information systems, textmining, and all the technologies we find worthy of your work.
Online and virtual resources include:
- Quick help via instant messaging and email through Ask a Librarian
- Databases and research resources covering a wide variety of topics
- Guides to citing references
- Appointments for research help with a research assistant
- Consultations with a librarian, subject specialist, or one of our subject specialists
- Library Guides to provide research assistance and suggested resources
- Research Workshops held each semester that feature a range of topics including core research tools, advanced workshops on special topics, curricular and assignment design, and presentations by leading experts in digital scholarship and publishing
The IU Bloomington Libraries will request materials from other libraries for you if we do not own what you are looking for. Any current faculty, staff, or student may use these free services.
- *Student Health Center
This office is your campus-based source for health care – treating illness, injury, ongoing medical or mental health concerns, and keeping you well. The Student Health Center helps students learn to navigate the health care system and to manage their own health care.
Depending on the student's geographic location (must be in-state for services), tele-health appointments can be scheduled for the following concerns:
- Health and Wellness
Call the health center at 812-855-7688 if you're in need of in-person care or have questions.
Student Health Center
- *Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
CAPS provides mental health and counseling services to IUB students. CAPS is located in the fourth floor of the Student Health Center. Services include:
- individual, couples and group counseling
- support groups
- medication management
- emergency services
- free weekly online workshops (beating anxiety, time management, stress management, etc)
Counseling services will be provided virtually this semester. To schedule an appointment, students should call the Health Center at (812) 855-5711, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EDT, or log-in to their Health Center portal.
For 24/7 emergency services, students should call (812) 855-5711 option 1.
SACS (Sexual Assault Crisis Services) is part of CAPS and they provide free services for students who have experienced sexual violence. Available 24/7 by calling (812) 855- 8900.
WellTrack is a self-help app that provides tools and educational modules on depression, anxiety/stress and public speaking.
- *IU Asian Culture Center
Based on the IU Bloomington campus, the Asian Culture Center (ACC) aims to promote awareness, understanding, and acceptance of Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures, history, and issues as an integral part of the fabric of American life in the United States.
IU Asian Culture Center
The ACC, a program of the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, accomplishes this through advocacy, institutional resources, cultural and educational support, and community outreach activities that promote participation and dialogue with students, faculty, staff, and residents of Indiana.
IU Asian Culture Center Virtual Welcome Reception Date
Wednesday, August 26
5-6 p.m. EDT
Join us for the ACC’s first-ever virtual welcome reception for new and returning students! Come and learn about our programs, events, and volunteer opportunities, and meet new friends!
Great Lakes Asian American Student Services Fall Reading Program: “Minor Feelings” by Cathy Park Hong
Mondays, September 14, 21, 28
12:30–1:30 p.m. EDT
Co-sponsored by Asian American Cultural Center of University of Illinois, Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center at Purdue University, and the IU Asian Culture Center
Over a Cup of Tea: A series of virtual, hour-long discussions
"Over a Cup of Tea,” an anchor program of the ACC, is a monthly education forum that focuses on Asian and Asian American issues and experiences. This year, we will be tackling important issues including:
- October: How Asian Americans benefit from the Black struggle
- November: Asian Americans' relationship with the Black community and Asian Americans' intentional or inadvertent complicity in systemic racism
Come meet with us individually by appointment or as a group during our virtual drop-in hours on Wednesdays from 4 – 5 p.m. EDT beginning September 2.
For individual meetings, either virtually or in person, please email email@example.com to set up an appointment time.
- *College of Arts and Sciences' Themester
This fall's Themester (themed semester) focuses on democracy. In exploring this theme, the College will offer over two dozen related courses, a minor, and weekly events open to all students. Most Themester events (talks, panel discussions, performances) will be online, but you can find Themester on the September First Thursday trail to get a democracy T-shirt or poster.
This fall most Themester events will be online. Visit the calendar on our website for a list of events.
- *Office of First Year Experience Programs
The Office of First Year Experience Programs is responsible for welcoming new student to Indiana University and for facilitating and supporting the transition to the institution. Our programs include: New Student Orientation, Weeks of Welcome, Crimson Connections, Hoosier Experience, and Transfer Student programs.
The IU FYE App can be found in the App Store, or by Google Play Participate in the Hoosier Experience via Canvas.
- *IU Dining
IU Dining supports the goals and mission of Indiana University by providing a professional and welcoming atmosphere with excellent customer service, affordable menu options, and innovative cuisine to a diverse university community. Our culinary team, of our chefs, Registered Dietitian, dining managers, training coordinator, and front-line staff are here to serve you.
If you have a food allergy or special dietary need, please contact our Registered Dietitian at firstname.lastname@example.org. A zoom meeting can be scheduled to speak with her and one of our chefs to review menu options that fit your diet! No matter what your needs are, we will work to accommodate you as best we can.
Visit Net Nutrition, an online database that can be accessed through One.IU! It provides ingredients, traits for the top 9 major allergens, and notes vegan and vegetarian menu options for all IU Dining locations open at that time.
Follow IU Dining on Twitter and Facebook to learn the latest going on with dining at IU.
- *Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services (SLS) is the law office on campus for students at IU-Bloomington. SLS' attorneys, support, and intern staff provide comprehensive legal advice and representation to students at IUB. If you're having trouble with a landlord, get into an auto accident, get a drinking ticket, or just have a legal question, you can schedule an appointment to talk to one of our attorneys by submitting our intake form.
Student Legal Services
Note: all of SLS' client appointments are being held remotely during the fall 2020 semester and until further notice, either by phone or Zoom.
- IU Outdoor Adventures
For more almost 50 years, IU Outdoor Adventures (IUOA) has provided the best in outdoor recreation to Indiana University. Since its founding in 1972 as a Union Board committee, IUOA has helped members of the IU community lead active lifestyles by providing opportunities to participate in trips, workshops, and other activities that foster a love of the outdoors.
- *Student Academic Center
The Student Academic Center (SAC) helps all IU students reach their goals and build college success skills. We offer classes you can take for credit, peer-assisted study sessions (PASS) for difficult courses, a video help series, and one-on-one academic coaching.
Some of our classes on college success skills have 100% online sections (check the schedule of classes for details). Additionally, PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) for difficult courses like Finite Math will have one online help session per week. Our video help series is all online, and so is our one-on-one academic coaching.
- *Student Involvement and Leadership Center
The Student Involvement and Leadership Center works to connect students with meaningful engagement opportunities and programming through student organizations, community service, leadership, Outdoor Adventures, Bowling and Billiards, and campus events.
Specifically for student organizations, we are a resource for enhancing the involvement experience. We aim to help student organizations function effectively and efficiently while supporting their leadership development and community building. Our office is a great resource for students seeking involvement on campus, how to start a new student organization, or how to grow their current student organization.
beINvolved is currently the platform used by student organizations. There are resources on the beINvolved page to help student organizations, but we are currently working on developing additional services as well as info sessions for the upcoming fall 2020 semester.
- *Office of Financial Wellness & Education
IU MoneySmarts is a free financial wellness and education program that offers one-on-one appointment and online services for all students, faculty, and staff. We discuss issues such as budgeting, credit, savings, understanding student loans, planning for the future, and recognizing how finances are connected to all areas of your life.
Available on your Canvas dashboard or by going to moneysmarts.iu.edu and clicking Taking a Course. This is a free online resource that allows you to watch videos about certain financial topics at your own pace.
Schedule a one-on-one virtual appointment or group presentation
Visit moneysmarts.iu.edu, click Contact Us and Request an Appointment or Presentation (all appointments and presentations will be offered exclusively via Zoom or another virtual platform).
MoneySmarts Podcasts and online short lessons
Visit moneysmarts.iu.edu and click Get MoneySmart.
- *IU Corps
IU Corps brings together IU’s collective, varied service efforts under one umbrella to help address the world’s most pressing challenges and meet its most critical needs. Start with IU Corps to find volunteer opportunities, connect with service-oriented IU units, track your service hours, and to read about fellow students' service experiences.
Volunteer Central is IU Bloomington's volunteer opportunity management platform where organizations post their needs and students respond.
The Clock Tower
Bi-weekly newsletter highlighting open volunteer opportunities and stories of service - @iucorps - Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
- *La Casa /Latino Cultural Center
Established in 1973, La Casa/Latino Cultural Center serves as an link between the university and the Latinx/Latin American community by working closely with other campus units and the Bloomington community. La Casa provides programming, support, and opportunities to foster a sense of belonging and pride for students. Students have access to social, academic, counseling, cultural, and other services through La Casa to assist in their college journey.
La Casa/Latino Cultural Center will be providing for 2020-21 academic year programing, tutoring, counseling, to meet with La Casa staff, and other services virtually. The get detail information, please see La Casa's webpage.
- Human Resources Student Insurance
International students at IU are required to be enrolled on an insurance plan, and these students are automatically enrolled on the International Student Insurance plan with Anthem. Our office provides information regarding the plan for students and help with enrollment or claims issues.
HR Student Insurance
- *Office of Disability Services for Students
Disability Services for Students (DSS) is dedicated to ensuring that students with disabilities have the tool, support services, and resources that allow equal access and reasonable accommodations to be successful at Indiana University Bloomington. We work with you and appropriate university personnel to offer equal access to learning, education the IU Bloomington community about diversity and inclusion, and link you to essential resources for success.
- *LGBTQ+ Culture Center
We provide services, resources, education, and a safe space to IU students who are self-identified LGBTQ+ and allies.
LGBTQ+ Culture Center
Virtual programming includes:
- Culture Center Tea Talks
- Weekly chats with our director and experts in various LGBTQ+ fields and topics hosted on Facebook Live.
- Student groups, community GroupMe, and other online resources as displayed on our website
- A newsletter advertising events and services in the Center as well as external events and opportunities within the LGBTQ+ community
- Social events as advertised on our site (https://lgbtq.indiana.edu/) and our social media
- Free HIV testing (offered in-person when we're not under restrictions due to COVID-19)
- Free safer sex supplies (offered in-person when we're not under restrictions due to COVID-19)
- LGBTQ+-centric library (available in-person when we're not under restrictions due to COVID-19)
- Free counseling (through our counseling intern and a partnership with CAPS)
- The LGBTQ+ Mentorship Program
- *Indiana University Cinema
At Indiana University Cinema, we present and examine the world’s most entertaining, fascinating, and thought-provoking films, and we invite you to hear from the luminaries who created them.
We will have virtual events in fall 2020, including curated movies from around the world and interactive Q&As with filmmakers and scholars. All information for access to our events can be found on our website.
- *Bias Incident Response
Reviews reports regarding incidents of bias, hate, harassment, or discrimination, to create awareness and to influence change on campus.
- Bias incident response and follow-up
- Conduct trainings and coordinate/facilitate student support groups around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion
- Conduct virtual support group meetings to be both proactive and address current issues
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- *Care Referral (Dean of Students Office)
The CARE team provides a designated, centralized referral point where behaviors of concern can be reported. Some of the team's functions include:
- Minimizing disruption to the teaching-learning process, the community, and the University through early intervention and support.
- Triaging CARE Referrals and connecting students to campus and community resources
- Collecting and reviewing information from faculty, staff, students, administrators, friends, and family to obtain more comprehensive information to determine the appropriate response
- Intervening early and providing support and response to students displaying varying levels of disruptive, disturbed, or distressed behaviors
- Coordinating follow-up; ensure that services, support, and resources are deployed effectively
- Coordinating actions with students when appropriate/needed
- Providing consultation to faculty, staff, and parents regarding students of concern
- Providing education to faculty and staff about the CARE team and referral process in order to support students
- Crimson Cupboard
An on-campus, student-led food pantry open to all IU students, dedicated to combating food insecurity by providing supplemental food and other necessities to those in need.
- Center for Veteran and Military Students
The Center for Veteran and Military Students supports the success of veterans and military students by connecting them to the resources they need to succeed.
Center for Veteran and Military Students
Additional services provided include the following:
- Campus compliance assurance with state, federal, DOD, and VA laws and policies
- Enrollment management data, best practices, and resource opportunities for supporting military-connected students
- VA certification, benefit processing, benefit advising, process navigation, and pre-enrollment advising to military-connected students and families
- DOD process navigation, pre-enrollment advising to military-connected students and families
- State and University benefit processing, benefit advising, process navigation, and pre-enrollment advising to military-connected students and families
- Personalized transition support for incoming veterans and service members
- Military withdrawal and student military leave of absence support for service members
- ROTC Cadre fee remissions processing
- Enrollment verification for military healthcare programs
- Pre-military entrance benefits advising to students and potential students considering military service
- Math tutoring
- Career services programming
- Social support programming
- *Collegiate Recovery Community
A supportive community for students seeking or maintaining recovery, providing connections and referrals to local and campus resources.
Collegiate Recovery Community
- Culture of Care
Student-led, staff-supported initiative fostering Hoosier-to-Hoosier care in sexual well-being, mental health, and respect.
Culture of Care
- Indiana Memorial Union
The Indiana Memorial Union (IMU) is the living room of campus where all Hoosiers get involved, eat, have fun, relax, study, and belong.
Student Involvement and Leadership Center offers:
- Student organization support, training, and advising
- Fall and Spring Student Involvement Fairs occur with appropriate social distancing and/or virtually
Indiana Memorial Union
- *Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life
Provides support and assistance to sororities and fraternities by coaching and advising student leaders and working with campus stakeholders such as chapter advisors, house corporation board members, headquarters liaisons, house directors and live-in advisors. We assist chapter leaders and advisors to shift their programming to align with health and safety guidelines. This includes and is not limited to membership recruitment, service, philanthropy, and sisterhood and brotherhood events. We also work with and provide support to sorority and fraternity alumni and landlords regarding health recommendations associated with sorority and fraternity facilities chapter coaching
Programs and events, including educational workshops, can be continued, but the format is able to be modified and adjusted to meet the needs of students and the changed environment.
Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life
- *Office of Student Conduct
An educationally focused accountability office you can turn to for support if another student violates your rights or violates the Code of Student Conduct.
Office of Student Conduct
- Conducts investigations of student behavior that may be personal, academic, sexual, or organizational misconduct
- Conducts meetings and hearings to ensure fair due process for students accused of misconduct
- Provides educational opportunties to learn more about academic integrity
- Provides conflict coaching and mediation support
- Parents Advisory Board
Parents of current IU students who volunteer to strengthen the connection between students, families, and staff.
Parents Advisory Board
- Provides up-to-date information to parents and families about policies, events, resources and information
- Engages the Parents Advisory Board regarding feedback about their family’s experience at IU (including IUB student experience)
- *Student Advocates Office
Helps students resolve personal and academic problems to maintain progress towards earning a degree.
Student Advocates Office
All Student Advocate Office staff, volunteers, operations, and functions, including conducting student appointments, will continue to operate remotely/virtually.
- *Substance Use Intervention Services
A safe, judgment-free alcohol and drug information and intervention center.
We provide the following resources:
- Individual support sessions
- Group presentations
- Recovery support services (Referral to treatment, Weekly support group, Academic referrals, Referrals to counseling and other support services)
- Sober activities
- Individual and group sessions for students who violate policies around substance use
- My Student Body
- Tabling events for information on harm reduction and recovery
- Campus wide needs assessment through grant
- Substance-use coalition