IU Bucket List:Taste culture at many of the international restaurants on 4th street
Orientation:Admitted for Fall 2016?
New students start their IU experience with a required New Student Orientation program, where they learn more about IU resources, meet with an academic advisor and register for classes. Watch your mail for the NSO Information postcard to learn more about our summer NSO program. Check the "Orientation and Transition" tab for more details.
Good to Know:MoneySmarts: Resources to Promote Financial Wellness in College
Indiana University’s Office of Financial Literacy has been established to assist students in making informed financial decisions before, during, and after college. Check out the resources to help you manage your finances during college.
Good to Know:U Bring Change 2 Mind
Glenn Close, actress and advocate, invites friends of IU to partner with the College Toolbox Project to assist in the U Bring Change 2 Mind efforts to eliminate stigma associated with mental illness on college campuses. Get full details, including how you can get involved, at the link below.
Mark Your Calendar:FYEssentials
As Hoosiers, it is important to engage in the IU and the Bloomington community. Use our FYEssentials guide to find events happening on and off campus.
Good to Know:Online Resource Guide
Good to Know:Parent Resources
Parenting a college student can be an adventure. IU offers many resources for parents to help you on your journey.
Good to Know:Transfer Students at IU
Questions about housing, academics, and student life at IUB? Explore the many resources IUB and FYE have to offer new and current transfer students!
Academics:Graduate On Time and Get Ahead: 15 to Finish!
"Sponsored by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education with support from the state's colleges and universities, 15 to Finish is a statewide campaign that encourages Indiana college students to complete 15 credits per semester to graduate on time."
Good to Know:Stop Sexual Violence
IU is committed to leading the fight against sexual violence. Get involved. Educate yourself. Be a part of the solution. Together, we can end sexual violence on our campuses.
Good to Know:Culture of Care: Step UP! at IU
Your FYE:Trading Laces: Conversations on Race
Fri., Feb. 19, 2016 04:00 p.m. to Sat., Feb. 20, 2016 05:00 p.m.
Join fellow IU students for an informal conversation about issues of race and ethnicity at IU and beyond. Staff and student facilitators will guide the discussion during this overnight retreat at the scenic Bradford Woods Outdoor Center. People of all backgrounds and identities are encouraged to attend. Applications due 5pm on Friday, February 12th.
Your FYE:Trading Laces
Take a walk in someone else's shoes. Gain appreciation for the life experiences of individuals from different backgrounds by participating in the Trading Laces challenge!
Find your niche at Indiana University! Get involved with organizations both on and off campus. You can even start your own student organization. The opportunities are endless!