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Services for Students

SERVICES AVAILABLE ON CAMPUS

College of Arts & Sciences Recorder’s Office

Owen Hall, 812-855-1821, coasrecd at indiana.edu

The College of Arts and Sciences Recorder’s Office can help students with majors and minors in the College with a variety of issues, including: applying to graduate, answering questions about changing majors, applying for minors, dropping and adding classes, and checking your Degree Progress Report. Hours: 9am – 4pm, M – F.

College of Arts & Sciences Academic Advising

Students are encouraged to seek the counsel of the advisor in their major department with any questions about degree requirements and academic policies.

Student Academic Center (SAC)

316 N. Jordan, 812-855-7313

Offers a variety of academic support services for students and operates on a walk-in and scheduled appointment basis. All services are open to enrolled students and are free of charge. Free Individualized Academic Assessment and Assistance Program helps students target specific learning problems, identify areas of academic weakness, and/or choose appropriate SAC classes. Students can complete a learning skills inventory. The center sponsors free workshops, four times a week concentrating on specific disciplines and learning strategies that target specific groups of students. Workshops take place evenings at Woodburn Hall 003 or at Briscoe/Ashton/Forest Academic Support Centers. Supplemental Instruction, a form of peer facilitated small group collaborative learning opportunity, is offered for the following courses: Math M014; Math M025; Math M027. Call the SAC or consult their website for schedule details.

Writing Tutorial Services

Ballantine Hall 206, 812-855-6738

Offers free assistance to students at any stage of the writing process, writing for any university course. Appointments are recommended, but not required. Hours: 10am -8pm, M-Th; 10am – 5pm, F. Tutors are also available at the Main Library for walk-in tutoring (11am – 2pm, and 2:30 – 5:30pm, M – Th), and at the Academic Support Centers in Briscoe, Teter, and Forest (7pm – 11pm, Su – Th). Summer hours change – check website for updates.

Paid Tutors

Many departments keep lists of qualified tutors who will arrange individual tutoring for pay. Check with the Director of Undergraduate Studies of the appropriate department.

Mathematics Learning Center

Swain East 340, 812-855-5377

Mathematics Learning Center is designed to help students enrolled in M014, M018, M025, M026, and M027. Assistance with higher level courses is sometimes available. Help is available on a walk-in basis. Hours: 9am – 4pm, M – F. Check website for summer session hours.

Disability Services for Students

Franklin Hall 006, 812-855-7578

For any information on services for students with disabilities.

Health Professions and Pre-Law Center

Maxwell 010, 812-855-1873, hpplc at indiana.edu

Please use the Northwest door on the ground level of the building. The mission of the Center is to help students become thoughtful, well-prepared applicants to professional school. It provides individual advising for students interested in law, medicine or any health profession (including allied health, other health professions programs and nursing programs); it also has a resource library, preparation materials and workshops for exams such as the Law School Admissions Test and the Medical College Admission Test and a recommendation service which allows professors to write one letter and place it on file for the student. At student request, copies of the accumulated letters are forwarded to the professional schools. HPPLC will also help students with every step of the often complex and confusing application process itself.

Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services

625 N. Jordan, 855-5234

Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services provides an array of services designed to assist undergraduate and graduate students in making informed career decisions and in securing part-time jobs, internships, and full-time employment. These services include Career Advising and Counseling, Career Courses, Job and Internship Listings, On Campus Recruiting, and many Career Fairs and events. In addition, the Center offers a comprehensive Career Resource Library. Library Hours: 9am – 4:30pm, M – F.

SPECIAL HELP SERVICES

Student Advocates Office

Eigenmann Hall West 229, 812-855-0761, advocate at indiana.edu

Student Advocates Office is a service of Student Affairs on the Bloomington campus. Any student can appeal to the office with any problem, personal or academic. The advocates are retired IU faculty and administrators who work as volunteers. Although they cannot solve all problems, they are caring listeners and experienced University experts. Call to make an appointment. Hours: 9am – 12pm; 1pm – 5pm

Psychological Clinic

812-855-2311

Psychological Clinic offers outpatient services for a variety of problems, in most cases without cost to IU students. Services offered vary by semester (No services usually offered in the summer). Please call for more information on what services are currently available.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Health Center, 600 N. Jordan, 812-855-5711

Counseling and Psychological Services offers individual counseling, group counseling, couples counseling, and psychiatric consultation, for students only, from 8am – 5pm M – F. A walk-in clinic is available weekdays from 8am – 4:30pm for students who need to be seen on an emergency basis. Students who wish to be seen on an emergency basis are encouraged to call ahead to facilitate their being seen as promptly as possible.

Center for Human Growth

School of Education, Room 0001, 812-856-8302

Center for Human Growth offers confidential counseling services for the Bloomington campus and surrounding communities. Counseling is provided by advanced Counseling and Educational Psychology graduate students. The Center also periodically offers special interest and personal growth groups and educational programs. Counseling Hours are 12pm – 8pm, M – Th and 12pm – 5pm, F.

Adult Student Resources

Maxwell Hall 020, 855-4991

Adult Student Services offers support programs for non-traditional students in all undergraduate degree programs. They offer a center with computers, literature and peer advisors. Peer advisors are fellow non-traditional students that work in the center.

Veterans Support Services

Indiana Memorial Union M084, 812-856-1985

For information on veteran’s benefits and eligibility, contact Veterans Support Services.

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Student Support Services

705 E. 7th, 812-855-4252

An educational, resource and information network, GLBTSSS provides a welcoming environment for individuals seeking to understand GLBT issues. The office houses a library of over 1,900 books and videos, available to all individuals, as well as a Peer Support program for students dealing with coming out issues. The office also works with the GLBT Anti-Harassment Team on campus, as well as IU student groups, offices and many community, state and national organizations.

Sexual Assault Crisis Service

IU Health Center, 600 N. Jordan Ave, 812-855-5711 (Administrative) 812-855-8900 (crisis line)

The Sexual Assault Crisis Service provides education, crisis intervention, and individual and group counseling, to victims of sexual assault, their families, and friends. Any member of the IU community can use this service. A professional counselor can be reached through the crisis line 24 hours a day. Individual appointments can be made through the administrative line from 8am to 4:30pm, M - F. Services are free of charge.

Alcohol-Drug Information Center

Eigenmann 726 West, 812-855-5414, adic at indiana.edu

Alcohol-Drug Information Center provides prevention and intervention services on campus, including a resource library, classes, and peer education for students, faculty, and staff. The ADIC also liaisons off campus, such as with the Campus/Community Commission on Alcohol and the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking.


There are many other offices and groups on campus and in the community that have special services and information for students. Here are just a few more examples:

  • Academic Support and Diversity - 856-1934, Bryan Hall 108
  • Alcoholics Anonymous - 334-8191
  • Atwater Eye Care Center - 855-8436, 744 E 3rd St.
  • Center for University Ministry - 332-3386, 1514 E. 3rd Street
  • Community Kitchen of Monroe County - 332-0999, 917 S. Rogers
  • Monroe Co. Family & Children Services - 336-6351, 401 E. Miller
  • Office for Women’s Affairs - 855-3849, Memorial Hall East 120
  • Office of International Services - 855-9086, Franklin Hall 306
  • Office of Overseas Study - 855-9304, Leo R. Dowling International Center, 111 South Jordan Avenue, overseas@iu.edu
  • Office of Student Financial Assistance - 855-0321, Franklin 208
  • Student Legal Services - 855-7867, 703 E. 7th Street
  • Speech and Hearing Center - 855-4202, 200 S. Jordan