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 your orientation program. The list is organized alphabetically and separated into five categories:
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Watch past orientation sessions
Parents and family members can review past orientation sessions to learn about housing, dining, campus involvement, health, wellness, and more.
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.
Eskenazi Museum of Art
The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art encourages active learning through direct engagement with art from our wide-ranging collection, which spans nearly every art-producing culture throughout history. You can experience our collection in the galleries, at programming and events, and with a special viewing in one of our art study rooms.
Diversity & Culture Centers
Hudson & Holland Scholars Program
A scholarship and support program for high achieving students from communities historically excluded due to race and ethnicity that provides all students funding to cover in-state tuition and mandatory fees, and a variety of enrichment and holistic support programs that enable diverse populations of students to be engaged, persist, and advance.
La Casa/Latino Cultural Center
La Casa/Latino Cultural Center provides a variety of social, academic, professional, and cultural programs to support students throughout their college journey. In addition, we also host various services to help students navigate and succeed in their educational goals such as tutoring, counseling services, and more.
Health & Wellness
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Provides mental health services to students by trained professionals through one-on-one sessions, free workshops, group therapy, medication management, and 24/7 emergency services. All full-time students who paid the student health fee receive two free CAPS counseling visits each semester. Review our website to get information on how to schedule a first time appointment and access emergency services.
Student Health Center
A full-service medical clinic, the IU Student Health Center provides high-quality medical, mental health, and wellness services all in the heart of campus. Services include: primary care, pharmacy, genecology, lab tests, x-rays, allergy shots, immunizations, physical therapy, and acute eye care.
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 program. 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.