You’ve learned about many of the programs and resources that IU has to offer. But you don’t have to stop discovering—browse the list of many resources available to you and watch for your opportunity to meet with some of them as part of our virtual NSO Resource Center during your week of online orientation events. It is organized alphabetically and separated into five categories:
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Arts, Sports, & Entertainment
African American Arts Institute
The African American Arts Institute (AAAI) offers three performing ensembles as credit-bearing courses through the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies: the African American Choral Ensemble, the African American Dance Company, and the IU Soul Revue.
Diversity & Culture Centers
Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs
OVPDEMA helps students and faculty from every culture, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic background replace obstacles with opportunities. We work to foster an environment where all are inspired to learn, innovate, and create.
Health & Safety
Student Services & Resources
Academic Support Center
In cooperation with many IU resources, the Academic Support Center (ASC) offers a range of free services to all students, including tutoring, advising, career counseling, workshops, and spaces for independent and group study, with locations in residence halls, campus offices, and online.
Volunteer & Community
Aerospace Studies Department
Aerospace Studies is the academic component of military training in the Air Force ROTC. Coursework is designed to familiarize cadets with military concepts, teach them about the historical significance of airpower, and provide a comprehensive understanding of leadership theory.