You want the best for your child, and the faculty and staff at Indiana University do, too. IU has many offices and programs that will help your child succeed academically, adjust socially, and prepare for the next stage of his or her life.
We also have resources for parents, including the following:
Office of International Services (OIS)
Whenever your child needs assistance, he or she can come to OIS. We help students with many issues, including visas, admission to IU, and adjusting to U.S. culture.
Office of First Year Experience Programs (FYE)
FYE guides first-year students as they explore their options, transition to university life, and join the IU community. U.S. News & World Report has said that IU Bloomington offers some of the best first-year experiences in the United States.
IU has more than one dozen career services offices. These offices help students with every stage of the career process, from identifying a career path to finding internships and jobs. For more information, visit iucareers.com.
The transition to university course work can be challenging. Services such as the Academic Support Center, the Student Academic Center, and Writing Tutorial Services help students improve their study skills and course work.
In addition, academic advisors help students meet their academic goals and graduate on time.