Their first year

Partnering for success

Find out how the Division of Student Affairs supports your student’s success.

Description of the video:

[Music: The IU Alma Mater plays throughout the video.]

 

[Video: Begins with image of IU trident in crimson followed by the text, “Indiana University Bloomington Division of Student Affairs,” and the title of the presentation, “Partners in Student Success,” in white on a crimson background on an image of six smiling students. IU Alma Mater playing in the background. Screen fades to a video of Dave O’Guinn, Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students. He is seated in front of two black open shelving units with various family photographs in frames. His name appears on a crimson banner in the lower left corner, and his title appears below that.]

 

Dave: Hi, my name is Dave O'Guinn andI want to welcome youto the Hoosier family.I am the Vice Provost forStudent Affairs and Dean of Studentsat IU Bloomington. Inthe Division of Student Affairs,we consider ourselves first and foremost,partners in student success.

 

[Video shifts to images of students on campus: a group of students sitting on beach towels and smiling for the camera, three students posing by an IU trident, and two students talking over a motorized scooter. Next to these images is the text, “Partners in Student Success: caring, engaging, healthy, safe, inclusive.” Video shifts to an image of a Residential Programs and Services staff member smiling and shaking hands with a student and family members in a residence hall lobby, and then an image of five students sitting on the floor in the library with a dog in the middle. Video changes again back to Dave.]

 

Dave: We care for our students andoffer many kinds of support whenthey are struggling or just needextra help navigating our campus.We are here to help studentsengage in student organizations,community service, and leadershipopportunities outside of the classroom.

 

[Video changes to images including: two students walking in a hallway, three students coming up the stairs with a plant to the right of the stairs and framed posters in the background. Next is two students seated to the right with microphones with Anderson Cooper to the left on stage; there are purple curtains in the background and a small round table in between the students and Anderson Cooper with two bottles of water on the table. Video shifts back to Dave.]

 

Dave: We are here to encourage our studentsto lead healthy lifestyles.

 

[Video: image of student laying in a green hammock and reading]

 

Dave:We are here to help educate our studentson their role in keeping our community safe.

 

[Video: image of three students decorating cookies]

 

Dave: And we are here to help our campusbe an inclusive community thatembraces all students, faculty, and staff.IU is truly for all.

 

[Video shifts to images including: image of three students under a black, white and red umbrella; image of five students participating in an activity at a table with rubber ducks, under a white tent; image of five army cadets in uniform folding the American flag. Video shifts back to Dave.

 

Dave: We are so excited to welcomeyour student. Go Hoosiers!

 

[Video shifts between images including: image of student and parents in a residence hall room talking with a male and female administrator; image of three students gathered in front of a DJ laughing; image of eight students on roller skates in Alumni Hall with neon lights. The video shifts again to Kathy Adams Riester. Her name appears on a red banner in the lower left corner of the screen, with her title below.]

 

Kathy: Hi, my name is Kathy Adams Riesterand I'm the Associate Vice Provost forStudent Affairs andExecutive Associate Dean of Students.We know that it takes a village to providethe support students need tobe successful in college.

 

[Video shifts between images while Kathy continues speaking. Images include: image of two students visiting a student organization booth at a resource fair; mage of two students tacking food at the food bank surrounded by cardboard boxes of food; image of two students sitting at a table with lunch bags and phones. Video shifts back to Kathy.]

 

[Kathy] Our focus in the Divisionof Student Affairs is tobuild a strong foundation to create positive,safe, healthy,and meaningful experiences for students.

 

[Video: image of crimson “Division of Student Affairs Departments” and two columns listing the following departments: Bias Incident Response, Center for Veteran and Military Students, Collegiate Recovery Community, Counseling and Psychological Services, Crimson Cupboard, Culture of Care, Disability Services for Students, Health Center, Indiana Memorial Union, IU Outdoor Adventures, Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Office of Student Conduct, Parents Advisory Board, Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy, Student Advocates Office, Student Care and Concern, Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Student Legal Services, Substance Use Intervention Services]

 

[Kathy] The Division of Student Affairshas 19 different departments thatprovide resourcesand meaningful experiences for students.We know each of our 43,000 plus studentsare unique individualsand the way in which they experiencethe Division of Student Affairswill be based upon who they are,and we are here to meet them where they areto support them.

 

[Video shifts between images including: image of one student sitting on the shoulders of another student in a large group attending a concert; image of five students in tie-dyed shirts with their arms in the air cheering at the Riley Dance Marathon; image of five female students with candles at night.]

 

[Kathy] Ourgoals for students are to be involved,to be healthy, and to learn.Our resources will assistyour students in achieving these goals.Please don't hesitate to contact the Dean ofStudents Office if youhave questions or concerns.We are happy to have you as partof our Hoosier family.Welcome to IU.

 

[Video: while Kathy is talking, in the upper right hand corner an image of the IU trident, followed by the image in white letters “Division of Student Affairs, Dean of Students” with the email address vpsa@indiana.edu in white letters in a crimson oval and the phone number in white 812-855-8187. Video shifts to the closing slide, which includes an image of crimson IU trident. Image of “Indiana University Bloomington, Division of Student Affairs” in black on white background]

 

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Description of the video:

[Video: The title “Learn & Grow at IU” is superimposed over an image of students in caps and gowns at a commencement ceremony. On a white banner below, an IU trident is displayed with the text, “Indiana University Bloomington Division of Student Affairs, Partners in Student Success.”]

 

[Video cuts to Katie Paulin, Assistant Dean of Students. Her name appears on a crimson banner with an IU trident, and her title appears below. She is shown against a dark background with windows visible.]

 

Katie: Hello everyone. My name is Katie Paulin, and I'm an Assistant Dean of Students here at Indiana University.

 

[Video: The name banner disappears.]

 

Katie: Today we're going to share a little bit about how your student can continue to learn and grow outside of the classroom. With students at the center of all we do, the Division of Student Affairs promotes and facilitates a meaningful student experience that enhances success, lifelong learning, and personal growth. Our staff is committed to helping your student create a new home for themselves in Bloomington. We want them to get involved, develop healthy habits, find and create a safe community of friends, and ultimately learn about themselves and the world around them.

 

[Video: Cuts to DeeDee Dayhoff. Her name appears on a crimson banner with an IU trident, and her title appears below. She is shown against a darkened background, with windows visible.]

 

DeeDee: My name's DeeDee Dayhoff. I'm the Assistant Dean for Student Services and Parents.

 

[Video: The name banner disappears.]

 

DeeDee: And I know that sometimes students can make poor choices or mistakes. How does IU typically handle misconduct?

 

[Video: Cuts back to Katie.]

 

[Katie] So we all know life is definitely about learning and making mistakes happens, and generally they aren't the end of the world. What is critical is that students learn from those mistakes. Here to share more is Libby Spotts, Associate Dean and the Director of our Office of Student Conduct.

 

[Video: Cuts to Libby. Her name appears on a crimson banner with an IU trident, and her title appears below. Her video is framed with a crimson-scale image of Sample Gates. She is shown in a brightly lit space with framed pictures on the beige wall behind her.]

 

[Libby] Hi there. I'm Libby Spotts. I'm the Associate Dean of Students here at IU Bloomington and I oversee the Office of Student Conduct.

 

[Video: The name banner disappears.]

 

Libby: There are a couple of reasons we might interact with you or your student this year and a few things that we can be helpful with, and I want to make sure you're aware of those resources through this video today.

One of the things we can be helpful with is making sure your student has a healthy and safe environment in which to be a student and in which to engage. So if your student is experiencing an interpersonal problem with another person, or if there's somebody who's violating their rights as a student or making it difficult for them to be successful in this environment, we can be helpful in both informal and formal solutions to that problem. So we're always available to just talk and also to take reports or talk to students about what their options are.

Beyond that, we know that sometimes students make decisions and sometimes they make mistakes. We think mistakes are a pretty important part of this learning process. So we focus on the development of that. So if your student receives a letter from us saying that they may have violated the Code of Conduct. Please know that when they come to our office, we approach situations with integrity and respect. We seek to listen to students and we want to help them understand that if they are responsible, there are some different ways they can learn to take responsibility for decisions, that they can work through problems, that they can restore any harm that might have occurred, and we're going to help them develop the tools and the solutions to do that.

 

[Video: On the left of the screen, the IU logo appears. Underneath is the text, “Division of Student Affairs: OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT” along with the number of the office: (812) 855-5419.]

 

Libby: If you have any questions, you're always welcome to call our office and we hope it's a fantastic year for you and your students here at IU. Bye.

 

[Video: Cuts back to DeeDee.]

 

DeeDee: So what can a parent or family member do if they become concerned about how their student is doing?

 

[Video: Cuts back to Katie.]

 

Katie: So no one knows students better than family members, and so we encourage them to trust their instincts. Please reach out to us with concerns or problems or questions you may have.

 

[Video: Cuts to a new image while Katie continues speaking as a voiceover. The IU Cares logo is shown in the upper left corner. Image of a woman comforting another woman who looks distressed. The text on-screen is as follows: “Concerned about your student? We’re ready to support them. Submit a Care Referral: go.iu.edu/care.”]

 

Katie: And one way to do that is through our Care Referral Form. This form provides us with important information so that the Dean of Students Office can reach out to your student who might be struggling and get them connected to the resources they need.

 

[Video: Cuts back to Katie. On the left side of the screen, next to Katie, IU Logo appears, along with the text “Division of Student Affairs: DEAN OF STUDENTS” and the phone number of the office: (812) 855-8187.]

 

Katie: Parents and family members can also call the Dean of Students Office, or any other offices within the Division of Student Affairs.

 

[Video: Cuts to DeeDee.]

 

DeeDee: What does IU do when students arrive on campus to support that transition to college life? And what about after that?

 

[Video: Cuts back to Katie.]

 

Katie:  The Division of Student Affairs is committed to providing students with ongoing prevention and educational workshops. We start now during New Student Orientation, and then we'll have your student continue with some online programs over the summer.

 

[Video cuts to images of students and campus while Katie continues speaking in voiceover. Images include: a student with laptop open in her dorm room, surrounded by inspirational sayings as decor, “Laughter is Timeless,” and “The Darkest Nights Produce the Brightest Stars”; a crowd of students outside the IU Auditorium, which is decorated with banners displaying the season’s touring musical theatre series; two students smiling underneath an IU flag. Video then cuts back to Katie.]

 

Katie: We provide several workshops and events during Welcome Week, as well as programs throughout the year to engage students in learning about taking care of themselves, as well as how to interact with the rest of the world.

 

[Video: Cuts to images of students on campus while Katie continues speaking in voiceover. Images include: three students smiling while working together at a table; students interacting with a staff member in the Indiana Memorial Union at an involvement event; students tabling for IU Culture of Care at the entrance to Dunn Meadow.]

 

Katie: Encourage your student to be mindful of these opportunities.

 

[Video: Cuts back to Katie. An image of IU’s Sample Gates with the text, “IU is Home” appears in red inside a red circle to the left of Katie.]

 

Katie: Related to the idea of students growing beyond the classroom, research shows that it's critical for students to develop at least three key relationships at college.

 

[Video: IU is Home logo disappears. Images and text of the next three items appear and then disappear as Katie speaks: Peer (image of two people with arrows drawn in a circle between them), Role Model (image of a superhero), and Mentor (image of person at computer with another person standing over them).]

 

Katie: And those are a peer, a role model, and a mentor. A peer could be, but doesn't have to be, a roommate, a floor mate, or a classmate. A role model might be their Resident Assistant, their Orientation Leader, or a Teaching Assistant in one of their classes. And a mentor can be any adult: a faculty member, an academic advisor, someone from the Division of Student Affairs staff. These three connections will be invaluable to your students as they navigate college life and beyond.

 

[Video: Cuts to a white screen with the IU trident in a red rectangle, followed by the text, “Indiana University Bloomington, Division of Student Affairs.” Contact information for the Division of Student Affairs Website and their phone number (812-855-8187)]

 

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Getting involved

Help your student navigate the many opportunities for student involvement at IU.

Description of the video:

[Video begins with the title, “Get Involved at IU” superimposed over a crimson scaled image of five students kayaking. On a white banner below is displayed an IU trident and the text, “Indiana University Bloomington Division of Student Affairs, Partners in Student Success.”]

 

[Video fades to show Andi Caiiles, Assistant Dean of Students for Student Support and Advocacy. Her name appears on a crimson banner with an IU trident, and her title appears below. She is show against a dark background with windows visible.]

 

Andi: Hi, I'm Andi Cailles, Assistant Dean ofStudents for Student Support and Advocacy.We're going to talk a little bit aboutstudents being involved on campus.Almost any type ofstudent involvement in collegepositively affects studentlearning, development, and success.

 

[Video: The text 43,000 Journeys appears on screen.]

 

Andi: With 43,000 journeyshappening all at once,your student is going to haveamazing opportunities to meetlots of different people.

 

[Video: Text disappears]

 

Andi: Encourage them to take inIU's rich diversityof thought and experiences.Attend programs that are different fromtheir current experience. Strike upconversations with other studentswho have different opinions in class.Some of the best learning willhappen when your student leastexpects it and in placesthey did not plan to be.

 

[Video: cuts to Katie Paulin, Assistant Dean of Students. Her name appears on a crimson banner in the lower left corner, with her title below. She is shown against a dark background, with windows visible.]

 

Katie: Hello, I'm Katie Paulin,Assistant Dean of Students.And Andi, as you know,many of our students have beenreally involved in high school.Can you tell us a little bit about howthey might start getting involved at IU?

 

[Video cuts back to Andi for her response.]

 

Andi: First of all, I'd recommend thatall students attendthe Student Involvement Fair,which takes place duringthe first week of classes.

 

[Video: image of the Student Involvement Fair set up in Dunn Meadow on the IU Bloomington Campus. There are tables and banners set up, with a crowd of students in attendance.]

 

Andi: The fair is an annual campus event that showcasesopportunities to get involved,on and off-campus.

 

[Video shifts between images including: a student getting information at the Student Involvement Fair; an indoor fair set up with tables, banners, and crowd at the Indiana Memorial Union; three students posing together. Video cuts back to Andi before shifting back to more images: an aerial view of the Indiana Memorial Union; a student climbing a rock wall, a crowd of students cheering; a group of students playing Twister; members of the Essence Dance Team; a close-up of the IU trident on a stone-faced campus building. Video cuts back to Andi.]

 

Andi: Students attend the fair to connectwith a variety of student organizations,university programs,campus support services,and community organizations.The Student Involvement Fair featureshundreds of student organizationsand more than 40 local agenciesseeking new volunteers.Also, remember that studentscan find involvement opportunitiesall around campus withintheir school or college, throughIU Student Government, orthrough the Residence Hall Association,in addition to campus-wide organizationsand community groups through IU Corps.

I'd also recommend that students work to findthe right balance betweenacademics and involvement,especially in their first semester.Seeing all the opportunitiesavailable can seem exciting,but some students might havethe tendency to sign up for too much.So encourage your student to start slowly.Find a couple of organizationsthat they are interested in to beginand they can always add new experiences andopportunities as their IU journey continues.

 

[Video cuts back to Katie.]

 

Katie:  I can imagine thatstudents might get pretty overwhelmedlooking at the hundreds of different clubsand organizations available at IU.What are your suggestionsabout finding a good fit?

 

[Video cuts back to Andi, and then quickly shifts to images: a group of students siting in a U-shaped formation with a staff member speaking in the muddle; a row of students seated watching a staff member who is standing and smiling.]

 

Andi: Our Student Involvement and Leadership staffare happy to meet with studentsindividually to help themidentify involvement opportunities.This team of staff membersalso work to adviseour student organizations and provideleadership training programsfor our student leaders.Here to share more aboutstudent involvement is Mara Dahlgren,the Director of the Student Involvementand Leadership Center.

 

[Video cuts to Mara Dahlgren. She is pictured in front of a tan wall. Her name appears on a crimson banner in the bottom left corner, with her title beneath.]

 

[Mara] With over 750 student organizations,there are lots of ways to get involved.And it can be challenging tonavigate all the opportunitiesand figure out which organizations to join.

 

[Video cuts to an image of students walking in the rain, carrying umbrellas and displaying a banner with the words, “Culture of Care.”]

 

Mara: So, to get started,I recommend that all students thinkabout why they want to get involved first,and then use that as a guidefor their involvement choices.

 

[Video cuts back to Mara.]

 

Mara: Students get involvedfor a lot of different reasons.I'll name a few here, they are notexhaustive, to help spur some reflection.

 

[Video shifts between images of students on campus while Mara speaks. Images include: students with computers at a counter with a Union Board banner behind them; student bowling in the Indiana Memorial Union bowling alley; a DJ playing while students roller-skate in an IMU meeting hall; a group of professionally dressed students posing for a photo with IU President Michael McRobbie.]

 

Mara: Students may be looking for fun,something to do in the evenings andweekends aftertheir academic and work commitments.Maybe looking to make new friendsand build new connections.Maybe looking to make an impact inthe local community throughservice and volunteerism.

 

[Video cuts back to Mara][

 

Mara: Maybe looking to learn somethingnew and gain a new skill.

 

[Video shifts between images including: professionally dressed students posing in two rows in front of a fireplace.]

 

Mara: Could be thinking about graduationalready andlooking for professional experience.

 

[Video cuts back to Mara briefly before shifting to images again. Images include an Asian performance troupe and students in cultural dress.]

 

Mara: Could be looking for their communitybased on their identity,culture, or religious belief.And could also have a unique interestand want to share it with others.

 

[Video cuts back to Mara.]

 

Mara: So when students have thought throughtheir reasons to get involved,I recommend they check outthe involvement fair in the fall, whereall our student organizations willbe on display and lookingfor new members.

 

[Video displays an image of the mobile beINvolved page with the text, “Find ways to get involved on the beINvolved website. beInvolved, explore – belong – lead.”]

 

Mara: To review our beINvolvedpage, and to reach out tothe Student Involvement and Leadership team.We're here to help makesure all students have a great experience.

 

[Video cuts back to Andi.]

 

Andi: Students can also researchthe many organizations through ourbeINvolved online system or talk withtheir RA or orientation leaderabout ways to get involved.

 

[Video cuts to Katie.]

 

Katie: What about students who areinterested in getting involvedin the Greek system?How would they go about exploring that option?

 

[Video cuts back to Andi. While Andi speaks, contact information for the IU Division of Student Affairs Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life appears on screen. OSFL Website and Phone number: 812-855-4311.]

 

Andi: Involvement in sororitiesand fraternities isa great way to meet people,become a better leader,and participate in philanthropy, whilejoining a community that can last a lifetime.When choosing a sorority or fraternity,students should ask themselveswhether the organization will helpthem grow academically,personally, and professionally.

 

[Video shifts to an image of a group of students in Greek letter t-shirts posing in front of Sample Gates. Video then cuts back to Andi.]

 

Andi: Four councils govern all sororitiesand fraternities at IU,and each council hasits own recruitment schedule.Some councils have formal recruitment andsome recruit onan individual basis throughout the year.Here to share more about Greek life at IUis Dr. Leslie Fasone,Assistant Dean for Sororityand Fraternity Life.

 

[Video cuts to Leslie Fasone. Her name appears on a crimson banner in the lower left corner, with her title below. She is sitting on a white couch against a gray wall. There is an IU trident tile displayed on the table to the right side of the screen. While Leslie speaks, images of Greek life are displayed, including: students dancing at the IU Dance Marathon; students holding up a number display at the Dance Marathon.]

 

Leslie: Joining a sorority or fraternity isone way to get involved and connected at IU.Greek letter organizations havebeen a part of the fabric ofIndiana University over 175 years.They are grounded in the tenetsof brotherhood and sisterhood,civic engagement, service, and leadership,and they providea unique and well-rounded opportunityfor students to grow and develop.Many prominent alumni have been Greek,including our infamous, longstandingand former president, Herman B Wells.

 

[Video: an image of Herman B Wells is shown on the screen before cutting back to Leslie. More images of students are shown: students cheering in the stands and Indiana Memorial Stadium; students riding bicycles in the Little 500 race.]

 

Leslie: The sorority andfraternity community is comprised of68 organizations in 4 different councils:the Interfraternity Council,the National Pan-Hellenic Council,and MultiCultural Greek Council,and the Panhellenic Association.20% of the undergraduate student population,which is nearly 8,000 students aremembers sororities and fraternities.

 

[Video shifts to a screen with Leslie and two other staff members in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life shown on cell phone screens. Text: Watch the Sorority and Fraternity Life Video on the FYE Website’s Parent Pages.”]

 

Leslie: We encourage you to takea few minutes to watchthe Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life's video wherestaff and student leaders providea more in depth overview of thevarious chapters and councilsthat make up our Greek community.

 

[Video displays images of students in a crowd before shifting back to Leslie.]

 

Leslie:They will also provide information aboutrecruitment and intake processes,expectations of membership, andthe benefits of joininga Greek letter organization.You will have a chance tohear directly from students soyou can learn more about howtheir organization haspositively impactedthem and their college experience.While there are many ways to get involved,we hope that you or yourstudent will explore whatsorority or fraternity life has tooffer and how itcan enhance their time at IU.

 

[Video cuts back to Katie.]

 

Katie: So do students have to be involvedin the Greek system tohave a good experience at IU?

 

[Video cuts back to Andi. The text “8,000 students are members of a fraternity or sorority at IU,” appears next to her, and then fades.]

 

Andi: Approximately 8,000 ofour students choose to joina sorority or fraternity tohelp build their on-campus connections.That means though, that the majority ofstudents are not affiliatedwith the Greek system.

 

[Video: text “800+ organizations and clubs are available to join at IUB,” appears next to Andi, and then fades.]

 

Andi: With over 800 clubs and organizations tojoin and countless leadership opportunities,students can certainly findways to be involvedif they choose not to joina sorority or fraternity.

 

[Video: text, “Find your path,” and an image of a dashed trail with a location marker appear next to Andi, and then fade.]

 

Andi: Again, each student's journeywill be different.And what's important is thatthey find the path that's right forthem rather thanfollowing someone else's path.

 

[Video cuts to a crimson screen with an IU trident in the upper left corner and the following quote: “Although IU Bloomington is a campus of 40,000+ students, being involved has made this campus feel like a much smaller place to me. Through my involvement in different areas on campus, I have made many friends who have helped to make IU really feel like home.” Kirsten Stenger, BS ’20, Apparel Merchandising, Former President IU Student Alumni Association.]

 

[Video cuts to a white screen with the IU trident and the text, “Indiana University Division of Student Affairs.” Contact information includes Student Affairs website and phone number: 812-855-8187

 

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Audio: Upbeat instrumental music plays.

 

[Video beings with videos of a group of female students walking up the steps to the Indiana Memorial Union at night. There are red banners hung from the building with the words “Indiana University Bicentennial.” A performer is shown with a microphone on the patio of the IMU, lit with purple and blue lights. Video cuts to a female performer singing. Video then cuts to students dancing inside Alumni Hall, the largest event space in the Indiana Memorial Union. Video cuts to two students talking, and then a student in a safety harness climbing in a lighted ladder type structure.

 

Video cuts to an outside view of a cream and crimson hot air balloon on the ground at night, lit by its internal flame. The IU trident appears on screen with text underneath that reads, “Indiana Memorial Union, Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Division of Student Affairs.”

 

Video cuts to LaSabra Williams, Union Board Program Advisor. She is shown against a gray wall, with the IU trident at the bottom of the screen and her name on a crimson banner, her title below.]

 

LaSabra: Hi, my name is LaSabra Williams and I'ma staff member and the StudentInvolvement and Leadership Center.

 

[Video: LaSabra’s name and title disappear.]

 

LaSabra: I'm so excited to behere today talking to youabout how you can get involved on campus.One of the biggest waysto make your experience atIndiana University apositive and memorable one,is by getting involved on campus.And there's no better place todiscover your home away from home,than by connecting withthe Student Involvement andLeadership Center.

 

[Video cuts to show the three locations of the Student Involvement and Leadership Center. Pictures are shown on a red background with a faded image of the Sample Gates on IU’s campus, and the location names below. Images include: an outside view of the Indiana Memorial Union; the inside window-front of IU Outdoor Adventures located inside of Eigenmann Hall; an exterior view of Campus View Apartments, where the Crimson Cupboard is located.]

 

LaSabra: Located atthree prominent locations around campus,the Student Involvement and Leadership Centeris your resource for makingconnections on and off campus…

 

[Video: Cuts back to LaSabra]

 

LaSabra: …building your leadership skills,finding fun and educational programs,and making memories that you willretain long after receiving your diploma.There are so many waysto connect at Indiana University!

 

[Video cuts to an image of students on campus with the text, “Connecting with Campus” in the bottom right corner. The video then cuts to Alison Miron, Student Organization Coordinator. She is shown against a gray wall with a window and white doors; her name appears on a crimson banner with the IU trident, her title below.]

 

Alison: As I'm sure you've been hearingfrom just about everyone,involvement is key to success here at IU.One of the best ways to connectto campus and build lifelong friendshipsis by joining a student organization.And here at Indiana University,we have loads for you tochoose from, over 750.

 

[Video cuts to different images and videos as Alison speaks. The first is a photograph of the Student Involvement Fair that occurs in the fall on IU Bloomington’s campus. The image shows tables set up in Dunn Meadow, the front lawn of the Indiana Memorial Union, with students mingling and speaking with student organization representatives. The video then cuts a view of students’ feet as they walk down a staircase with the word “Welcome” written in a number of languages on the stair risers. Then we see a female student speaking while sitting in front of a view of snow-capped mountains. Next is a video of students roller-skating in a darkened room with party lights and glow sticks.]

 

Alison: There's everything from Harry Potter SocietyIU Student Governmentto major specific groups,honor societies,and even a Sweet Potato Club.

 

[Video cuts to a view from behind an audience of students watching a presentation – on stage are 6 students standing in a line, with one pointing their finger in the air. Video then cuts to an exterior view of the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art, shown at night with a rainbow of lights projected on the exterior.]

 

Alison: Our student organizations helpcreate campus life that connect youto meaningful relationships andallow you to develop leadership skills.

 

[Video cuts back to Alison.]

 

Alison: And if you can't find a student organizationthat fits your needs,you can always start a new student org.

 

[Video cuts to another view of Dunn Meadow during the Student Involvement Fair, before cutting to another portion of the Student Involvement Fair set up inside Alumni Hall.]

 

Alison: If you're looking for the best way tofind your on campus home,the involvement fair is agreat place to start.

 

[Video: Cuts to a screenshot of the beINvolved web page and quickly cuts to the Events page with a search function displaying thumbnail images for student organization events happening on the IU Bloomington campus. The cursor then moves to the Organizations tab to display a list of the student organizations registered at IU Bloomington. This all happens while Alison speaks via voiceover.]

 

Alison: Or if talking to 750 student organizationssounds a little bit overwhelming,you can use our online platform,beINvolved for lists of all registeredstudent orgs and their upcoming events.

 

[Video: The image changes to a photograph of a group of students smiling with their hands in the air. The words, “Connecting with the Community” are displayed on screen. The video then cuts to Mitchell McCune, Academic Coordinator. He is shown in a room with tan walls. His name appears with an IU trident on a crimson banner at the bottom of the screen, his title below. The video cuts to a photograph of a student band playing on the outdoor patio at the Indiana Memorial Union; there is a guitarist, and drummer, and singer. There are patio tables with red umbrellas and strands of light hung overhead.]

 

Mitchell: The Indiana Memorial Union serves asthe living room of campus.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a scrolling view of the IMU website. The user clicks on Activities. We then see the Activities page, showcasing the Bowling Alley, Late Nite, and IU Outdoor Adventures.]

 

Mitchell: SILC provides a variety of traditional eventsthat IU students and the Bloomington communitycan attend. The IMUPrograms team has collaboratedwith Bloomington talent for eventslike the Lotus Festivaland The Summer Limestone Concert Series.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a band laying on a portable outdoor stage and then a view of audience members dancing.]

 

Mitchell: We've even collaborated with a few ofour own celebrations.Like the Light up the Night event…

 

[Video: The video cuts between images of the Light up the Night Event: an exterior view of the IMU at night, with students and IU community members gathering; an image of smiling students holding electronic candles. The video then cuts back to Mitchell.]

 

Mitchell: …which celebrates the end of the fallsemester and ushers in the Holiday Season.There's always a way tofind community in and aroundcampus at the IMU.

 

[Video: The video cuts to Olivia Leos, Crimson Cupboard Graduate Assistant. She is shown sitting; her name appears on a crimson banner with the IU trident, her title below.]

 

Olivia: And speaking of ways to create community,a couple of years ago,a group of IU studentssaw a need not beingfulfilled by the University.

 

[Video: Olivia’s name and title disappear.]

 

Olivia: They saw the effects thatfood insecurity and povertyhad on their peers.They came together withthe mission to lessenthe effect with food insecurity andpoverty right here in our Hoosier community.

 

[Video: Cuts to an exterior view of Campus View Apartments, a large apartment building on campus where the Crimson Cupboard is located. The video follows a student walking toward the building and then pans up to show the height of the building. The IU trident appears on screen, followed by the text, “Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Crimson Cupboard, Division of Student Affairs.” The video then pans down to follow the student again to the building entrance.]

 

Olivia: And thus, The Crimson CupboardFood Pantry was created.

 

[Video: While Olivia continues as a voiceover, the video follows the student to a table outside the entrance of Campus View Apartments. Another student sits at a table working on an iPad; next to her is a chalkboard sandwich board sign next to her reading, “Crimson Cupboard, food pantry, Open Now.” The sign has an arrow pointing to the table. The video then cuts to a picture of pantry shelves stacked with bags of food products. The video then shows a refrigerator of food items, including packaged sausages and a variety of packaged meals.]

 

Olivia: As IU's official food pantry,the Crimson Cupboard offers free foodto IU Bloomington students,staff,and community members whocannot otherwise afford it.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to Olivia.]

 

Olivia: We rely on passionate and devotedstudent volunteers to keepthe food pantry operational and arealways looking for morehelping hands and donations.

 

[Video: The video follows the student from earlier taking two bags of food from the Crimson Cupboard table and walking away from Campus View Apartments. The video then cuts to an image of students sitting around a fire outside the IMU. The words, “Connecting with Each Other,” appear on screen.” The video cuts to Ethan Phillips, Union Board Vice President of Marketing. He is shown against a brown wall with a framed art piece. His name appears on a crimson banner with an IU trident in the lower left corner; his title appears below.]

 

Ethan: Hi everyone. My name is Ethan and Iam the current vicepresident of marketing forthe Union Board.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a poster showing the Indiana Memorial Union Board of Directors from 1958-1959, with headshots of the members. Members of the IU community are shown in the background mingling. The video then cuts to a man standing at a podium with a line of professionally dressed students standing next to him, before cutting back to Ethan.]

 

Ethan: Driven by students andstudent ideas Union Boardis both the governing body of the IMU,as well as the largest student programminggroup on campus.

 

[Video: The video cuts between images while Ethan continues in voiceover: a group of student performers wearing all black, with gold masks covering parts of their faces; a group of students clustered around several microphones on stage, with one student singing in front of them; students in warm-weather clothing dancing outside the IMU; back to Ethan.]

 

Ethan: Union Board plans a rangeof fun, social, and educational eventsfor students to come together,explore multiple world-views,discuss current events,and learn from one another.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a photograph of students in the outdoor amphitheater, watching a film projected onto a large screen. Ethan speaks in voiceover.]

 

Ethan: Home to the longest-running film series,Union Boardhosts weekly film series in the IMUfree to all students.

 

[Video: The video cuts to an image from the center of an audience watching two men dj-ing in front of a large projection screen that is green with blue rectangles and with squiggly lines running through the image. There are multicolored lights pointed in different directions in the space. The images then cut quickly between: students crowded together as audience, shown in dim colored light; Anderson Cooper sitting on stage, speaking into a microphone, with other speakers shown from behind on stage; a performance by the Chinese Calligraphy Club (3c) and D-Force Dance Club (D-Force); Tiffany Haddish posing for a photograph with two students.]

 

Ethan: Some of our other past events includea block party concertan evening with Anderson Cooper,World's Fare, and our annual comedy festfeaturing comedians like Trevor Noah,Tiffany Haddish, and Josh Peck.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to Ethan before cutting to a photograph of the Union Board. The Union Board members and advisors are posed in two lines, one sitting in chairs, and the other standing behind, in front of a fireplace at the IMU. The video then cuts back to Ethan.]

 

Ethan: If you're interested in being a partof Union Board, new memberrecruitment takes place earlyin the fall semester.And you can also findus at the involvement fair.See you soon.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to LaSabra Williams, Union Board Program Advisor. Her name appears on a crimson banner with an IU trident at the bottom left corner; her title appears below.]

 

LaSabra: One of the most beloved programsthe IMU supports is the Late Nite series.

 

[Video: The Late Nite logo appears next to LaSabra. The words “Late Nite” appear in a pink outlined script with yellow and blue circles behind it. The website for Late Nite appears below the logo.]

 

LaSabra: Late Nite events take place atthe Indiana Memorial Union everyFriday from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

 

[Video: LaSabra’s name and title disappear, the Late Nite logo flies out after. The video cuts to students at Late Nite events: students clapping and cheering at a Bowling Alley table; students dancing in Alumni Hall; students’ feet on roller skates as colored lights swirl.]

 

LaSabra: These events are free and open to alland feature something newand exciting every week.

 

[Video: The video cuts between pictures as LaSabra continues in voiceover. These pictures included: students walking through a Halloween Haunted House hallway, with other students in costume around them; a performer in drag shown in spotlight; students dancing at the Harry Potter Yule Ball; three students holding stuffed animal owls with Harry Potter house scarves at the Yule Ball.]

 

LaSabra: Some of the biggest programs includethe Halloween Haunted House, which issuper scary by the way, drag shows,which are so much fun,and the annual Harry Potterinspired Yule Ball,which is dripping Harry Potter from head to toe.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to LaSabra.]

 

LaSabra: We've also hosted trivia,virtual or otherwise, karaoke,and E-sports tournaments.

 

[Video: The video cuts between pictures as LaSabra continues in voiceover. Pictures include: two students singing karaoke; a group of students in the IMU with one student holding up a Late Nite t-shirt. The video then cuts back to LaSabra.]

 

LaSabra: Late Nite strives to connectstudents with one anotherin really meaningful ways.

 

[Video: The video cuts to students zip lining outside the IMU at night and then students dancing in Alumni Hall, before cutting back to LaSabra.]

 

LaSabra: So, whether you're an adrenalinejunkie or you live life on the stage,or you're a craft guru,you can find your people at Late Nite.

 

[Video: The IU trident appears on screen next to LaSabra. The words, “Indiana Memorial Union, Bowling and Billiards, Division of Student Affairs,” appear below.]

 

LaSabra: Located on the main floor ofthe IMU is a beloved Hoosier traditionmixed with state-of-the-art equipment.

 

[Video: The video cuts between images as LaSabra continues in voiceover. Photographs include: an alley view of the bowling alley portion of Bowling and Billiards, with polished wooden lanes and crimson walls with the IU trident displayed; 8 of the billiards table in a wood-paneled room with Indiana Hoosiers and the IU trident on the far wall, and international flags hung around the ceiling; students standing in front of arcade machines; a video of a student’s feet as they bowl in the darkened alley; two students posing for a picture in front of the bowling lanes. The video then cuts back to LaSabra.]

 

LaSabra: Bowling and Billiards featuresa 12-lane bowling alley,9 full-sized billiards tables,electronic dark boards, ping-pong,and an Xbox One gaming station.It is the best placeon campus to go to relief stress,have fun, and make memories.Whether you need two bowling lanes oran entire Bowling and Billiards facility,you can make reservations forjust your group and…

 

[Video: The video cuts to a student bowling, seen from the alley and looking at the bowling stations.]

 

LaSabra: …make sureto swing by on Friday nights duringLate Nite for free cosmic bowling.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to LaSabra. The video then cuts to an image of a student lining up a shot during a billiards game, before cutting back again to LaSabra.]

 

LaSabra: If you're looking to improve your skillson the lanes or become a pool shark,each semester we hosta one-credit hour bowlingand billiards class throughthe IU School of Public Health.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a smiling student holding a bowling ball with the crimson walls of the Bowling and Billiards bowling alley lanes behind her. The words, “Connecting to Yourself,” appear on screen. The video then cuts to Mitchell McCune, Academic Coordinator. His name is shown on a crimson banner with an IU trident in the bottom left corner; his title appears below.]

 

Mitchell: We believe that leadership is a process,not a position, andleadership programs at Indiana Universityhelp studentsbuild connections, learn aboutthemselves, and develop competenciesthat will help them achievesuccess on campusand in life beyond IU.

 

[Video: The video cuts between images as Mitchell continues speaking in voiceover: students taking notes during a leadership session; students sitting a row and talking in pairs, all wearing red shirts with the word “institute” on them. The video then cuts back to Mitchell.]

 

Mitchell: We offer courses on leadership bothonline and in the classroom, as well as,high impact experiential learningopportunities thatinclude facilitated programs,workshops, and off-campus retreats.

 

[Video: The video cuts between images as Mitchell continues in voiceover, including: two students sitting on the floor in conversation during a leadership workshop; a group of students posing in four rows, all wearing red shirts with the word, “institute” on them. The video then cuts back to Mitchell.]

 

Mitchell: And one of the very best ways to buildyour leadership skills…

 

[Video: The IU trident appears with the words, “Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Outdoor Adventures, Division of Student Affairs,” below. The background cuts away from Mitchell and to an image of a green and white tent underneath a starry sky with a comet flying through.]

 

Mitchell: …is by gettinginvolved with IU Outdoor Adventures.

 

[Video: The video cuts between images as Mitchell continues in voiceover, including: a student climbing up a rock face, wearing an orange helmet, with a lush green landscape in the background; an indoor rock climbing gym. The video then cuts back to Mitchell.]

 

Mitchell: For nearly 50 years,IU Outdoor Adventures has providedIndiana University and Bloomingtonwith the very best in outdoor recreation.

[Video: The video cuts between images as Mitchell continues in voiceover. Images include: the inside of the IU Outdoor Adventures gear shop in Eigenmann Hall; a storage area for IU Outdoor Adventures with kayaks, canoes, boating equipment, and cycling equipment. The video then cuts back to Mitchell.]

 

Mitchell: If you're seeking adventure, want totake an academic course, or are in need ofequipment or want to learn more aboutyour favorite outdoor activities, then IUOAis your community.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to Alison Miron, Student Organization Coordinator. Her name appears on a crimson banner with the IU trident in the bottom left corner; her title appears below.]

 

Alison: If any of these resourcessparks an interesting in you, thenbe sure to visit the Indiana Memorial Union'swebsite for more information.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a screenshot of the IMU’s website home page as Alison continues speaking in voiceover. The IMU web address is listed on the bottom of the screen. The video then cuts to a Boomerang video of students holding flags at the Student Involvement Fair.]

 

Alison: And as always, feel free to come visitus at any of our three locations.We can't wait to meet you and help youconnect to all the IU has to offer.

 

[Video: The video changes to a red monochrome background of the Sample Gates. The IU trident appears at the top of the screen followed by the text: “Indiana Memorial Union, Student Involvement and Leadership Center, Division of Student Affairs.” Two web addresses follow: Student Life and BeINvolved.

 

[End of video.]

 

[End of transcript.]

Sorority and Fraternity Life

Learn about the many fraternities and sororities at IU, and how your student can be a part of it all.

Description of the video:

[Video: A red background with white, all caps, centered text reading “Division of Student Affairs Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life” on top of it is on the screen. There is a red IU trident in a white box centered above the text.]

 

Audio: serene, ambient music plays

 

[Video: The red background is replaced by a full-screen video of a man in a white Indiana t-shirt standing in front of a wall talking. A red banner with an IU trident and white text reading “Craig Rowley” appears at the lower left of the screen. Below that, a sheer grey banner reads “Assistant Director for Sorority and Fraternity Life”.]

 

Craig: We're so glad that you'reinterested in learning more aboutthe sorority and fraternity communityhere at Indiana University.

 

[Video: The banners fade off the screen.]

 

Craig: I'm Craig and I'm oneof the Assistant Directors in thethe Office of Sorority andFraternity Life, or OSFL.I'm one of the nine staff membersin the OSFL who work tosupport the sorority fraternitycommunity through advising,programming, and focusing onstudent safety andacademic achievements at all time.The sorority and fraternity communityat Indiana Universityis comprised of over 7,800 members,which is roughly 20% ofthe undergraduate student body at IU.

 

[Video: The video of Craig speaking cuts to a video panning the exteriors. of Greek houses on a sunny day.]

 

Craig: We have 68 fraternities and sororitiesthat belong to one of four different Councils:

 

[Video: The video cuts back to the man speaking.]

 

Craig: the Interfraternity Council,the Multicultural Greek Council,the National Pan-Hellenic Council,and the Panhellenic Association.


 

 

[Video: The video of the man speaking is replaced by a video of a woman speaking in front of a bookshelf. A red banner with an IU trident and white text reading “Alexis Karwoski” appears at the lower left of the screen. Below that, a sheer grey banner reads “Assistant Director for Sorority and Fraternity Life”.]

 

Alexis: Hello, my name is Alexis Karwoskiand I am one of our Assistant Directors in OSFL.We have a rich 175 years of history

 

[Video: The video of Alexis is replaced by an image of girls holding up bids on Bid Day.]

 

Alexis: andtraditions withinthe sorority and fraternity communityhere on campus.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to the woman speaking.]

 

Alexis: The community first began in 1845 withBeta Theta Pi being the first socialfraternity established at IU.From there, many organizations followedand many of those chaptersare single letter chapters,meaning that they have existedon our campus for decades,some for even more than a 100 years.

 

[Powerpoint Slide: 27 Single Letter Chapters

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha
  • Beta Sigma Pi
  • Beta Theta Pi
  • Chi Delta Phi (Alpha Chapter)
  • Delta Gamma
  • Delta Zeta
  • FIJI
  • Gamma Phi Omega (Alpha Chapter)
  • Kappa Alpha Psi (Alpha Chapter)
  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Kappa Delta Rho
  • Kappa Gamma Delta (Alpha Chapter)
  • Kappa Kappa Gamma
  • Lambda Alpha Phi
  • Phi Delta Theta
  • Phi Kappa Psi
  • Pi Beta Phi
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
  • Sigma Chi
  • Sigma Delta Tau
  • Sigma Kappa
  • Sigma Lambda Beta
  • Sigma Lambda Gamma
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Sigma Pi
  • Sigma Sigma Rho
  • Theta Phi Alpha]

 

[Video: cuts back to Alexis]

 

Alexis: Throughout the years,fraternity and sorority membershave been leaders on our campusand in our communities.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by an image of students in tie-dye IUDM t-shirt dancing at the IU Dance Marathon. White text appears in the upper left reading, “IU Dance Marathon”. The image is replaced by a video of bikers riding their bikes at the Little 500 race.]

 

Alexis: Their hard work has led to the creation ofIUDM and the Women's Little 500 races.

 

[Video: An image appears of children in front of a school building called “buildOn: Circle of Sisterhood. They are holding an IU flag and a Southern Miss flag and smiling. Video cuts back to Alexis.]

 

Alexis: Panhellenic Association has fullyfunded and sent women across the world tobuild schools in Malawi andNicaragua through theirpartnership with Circle of Sisterhoodand buildOn.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a slide with the title “Fall 2019 Community Impact”. Below that is text reading “37,000 service hours completed”, “120 Philanthropy events”, and “$700,000 Raised for philanthropies”. An IU trident appears in the lower left corner, and 3 pictures of sorority and fraternity members at their philanthropies appear on the right.]

 

Alexis: In the fall 2019 semester alone,are members raised more than $700,000to be donated to their philanthropies,and they completed37,000 collective service hours.And of course, many prominentand engaged IU alumniwere also members of Greek letterorganizations, including Herman B. Wells,who was president of IU for 25 years.It was his vision thattransformed the university intothe internationally renowned educationalinstitution that it is today.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to Craig.]

 

Craig: Joining a sorority and fraternitycan be one ofthe most important and impactful decisionsthat you make while being a student at IU.We want to reiterate that this isa privilege and many standards must bemet before and during your membership.Our sorority and fraternity organizationsare all values-based organizations.

 

[Video: An image appears of two fraternity members wearing red suits and shaking hands at an awards event. One is holding an award, and they both stand in front of a backdrop reading “Division of Student Affairs Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life”. The image changes to a fraternity member squatting down and smiling at two kids playing football dressed in Halloween costumes.]

 

Craig: Students are expected touphold the values of theirorganization through their daily actions.We also expect that members willuphold the IU and OSFLvalues, two of whichare safety and accountability.We expect all members to abide by the IU Code ofStudent Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct.We do not tolerate hazing withinour sorority and fraternity community.Additionally, our office hasimplemented several policies andeducational programs over the years to createa safer fraternity and sorority community.

 

[Video: A screen recording appears of the Safety & Accountability webpage for IU Sororities & Fraternities. The most prominent text reads “Keeping our sororities and fraternities safe and accountable”. The screen recording scrolls down through the webpage.]

 

Craig: Each year, membersparticipate in health and wellnessprograms centeredaround being an active bystander,drug and alcohol harm reduction,sexual violence prevention,and overall leadership development.More information about our initiativescan be viewed at our website.

 

[Video: The video cuts to Alexis.]


 

Alexis: Beyond upholding the values ofour organizations and our larger community,there are additional expectationsthat need to bemet before and after joining an organization.In order to join a sorority orfraternity here at IU,interested students must complete OSFL'sprospective member orientation.You can find more information about how tocomplete the orientation on our website.Once you join the sororityor fraternity community,you will be expected toattend chapter and council meetings;learn and uphold chapter, council,and university policies;prioritize your academic studies; and attendrequired programming hosted byyour organization and by OSFL.Many organizations also require members to beinvolved in other campusorganizations and activities.

There is a financial commitment thatcomes with joining a fraternity or sorority.You will be responsible, for payingdues to your chapter,which vary by council. And each semestersorority and fraternity members are billeda Greek fee onto their Bursar Bill.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a screenshot of the OSFL website with the title “Understanding the Greek Fee”. A red banner appears below the screenshot with the hyperlink http://go.iu.edu/OSFL.]

 

Alexis: These funds and ultimately fund our staffand programmatic support that weprovide to our organizations.Information about the Greek feeis available on our website.

 

[Video: The video cuts back to Craig.]

 

Craig: We share these expectationsand standards with you so thatyou can make an informed decision aboutjoining a sorority or fraternity at IU.While there are many benefits,there are alsomany responsibilities that come withmembership in a Greek lettered organization.Now you may be asking yourself,what is a council?And what's the difference between councilsand all the different Greeklettered organizations?Well, we have several people here to sharemore information about each of the councils,including the council's purpose,their recruitment and membershipintake processes, and financial expectations.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a new video of man sitting in front of theater chairs speaking form the shoulders up. A red banner with an IU trident and white text reading “Bennett Rizner” appears at the lower left of the screen. Below that, a sheer grey banner reads “IFC VP of Communications, Beta Sigma Psi”.]

 

Bennett: Hello everyone. My name is Bennett Rizner,and I'm currently the Vice President ofCommunications for the Interfraternity Councilhere at Indiana University.

 

[Video: The banners fade off to the left of the screen. The video of the man speaking remains.]

 

Bennett: Today I'm going to give youa brief overview of the Interfraternity Council,we well as recruitment.We at the Interfraternity Council existto promote the shared interests and values ofour member fraternities: leadership,service, brotherhood and scholarship.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by an image of FIJI brothers wearing purple shirts and smiling in the entryway of their house. There are two large trophies in the front center of the picture. Video cuts back to Bennett.]

 

Bennett: We believe in fraternityand the shared values of fraternity,that drive the IFCto create better communities,better chapters, and better men.Currently, we have 27 organizations oncampus, looking to gainone more in the coming year.In terms of recruitment,the IFC supports open recruitment,also known as 365 recruitment.This means that chaptersare continuously meetingpotential new members forthe organization throughout the entire year.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a picture of brothers smiling together, before cutting back to Bennett.]

 

Bennett: However, most chapters will participate inIFC recruitment that takes placein the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.This is a semi-structured processthat allows prospective membersto get to meet members ofall IFC organizations.Interested men must sign upfor recruitment and pay the$20 recruitment fee inorder to go through this process.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a picture of a Men’s Little 500 team in striped uniforms smiling at the racetrack. Video cuts back to Bennett.]

 

Bennett: Link is on the IFC website.You'll have the opportunity to seeall IFC chapters that you're interested in.We recommend that you check out chapters'national websites, social media accounts,as well as the specific chapter websites,and get into contact with them through email.In terms of financial obligations,every chapter in the IFC has membership dues that are associated with joining and maintainingmembership. Each chapteralso has their own specific dues structure,and we will encourage you to askabout the financial obligationfor the chapter during recruitment.If you'd like more information on any of this,please visit our website at www.IFCindiana.org.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a graphic with a red title reading “Interfraternity Council”. Underneath are two iPhones. The left one shows the account for the IFC, @ifcatindiana, and the Instagram is shown on the phone. The phone on the right shows the IFC website, and the url is shown above as ifcindiana.org. Video cuts back to Bennett.]

 

Bennett: I'd like to thank you for listening to metoday and I look forward to seeyou fall recruitment.

 

[Video: A split screen video showing two people, one on each side, appears. The person on the right is speaking. A red banner appears at the bottom of the screen with the name “Tanya Camargo”. Below that is a sheer grey banner reading “MCGC President, Gamma Phi Omega”.]

 

Tanya: Hi everyone, my name is Tanya Camargoand I'm the current Presidentthe Multicultural Greek Council.I'm an incoming senior, and I'ma proud member ofGamma Phi Omega International Sorority Incorporated.

 

[Video: The red banner with Tanya’s name fades off the screen. The person on the left of the split screen begins speaking. A red banner appears at the bottom of the screen with the name “Kalhan Raina”. Below that is a sheer grey banner reading “MCGC Treasurer, Beta Chi Theta”. The banners then fade off the screen.]

 

Kalhan: Hey, my name is Kalhan Raina.I'm the current Treasurer of MCGCand I'm an incoming senior and a brotherof Beta Chi Theta.

 

Tanya: MCGC, our mission is to fostera safe environment for lifelong learning anddevelopment by empoweringour members professionally, personally,and academically.

 

[Video: The split screen video is replaced by a picture of 5 women holding up the hand sign for their sorority. They are dressed nicely and standing in front of a banner reading “Division of Student Affairs: Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life.” Video cuts back to split-screen of Tanya and Kalhan.]

 

Tanya: By challengingsocietal norms and comfort zonesour council operates as a catalystfor multiculturalism, equity, and inclusion on IU's campus.

 

Kalhan: We builda community over around four pillars,which are Civic Engagement,Academic Excellence, Equity and Inclusion,and Leadership Development.MCGC is composed of 13 organizations,5 fraternities and 8 sororitiesthat each represent different cultures.

 

[Video: The split-screen is replaced by a picture of about 10 sorority members standing and smiling together. Most are wearing their sorority jacket. Video cuts back to split-screen of Tanya and Kalhan.]

 

Kalhan: We have South Asian,East Asian, Latin X andmulticultural representation among our council.

 

Tanya: before we go into other information aboutour council is some upcoming eventswe have the fall semester of 2020.We have our week of events for MCGCthat's going to span duringthe week of Labor Day.We will also havea huge event called Meet MCGC,where people will getthe opportunity to meet peoplefrom our differing 13 organizations.

 

[Video: The split-screen video is replaced by a picture of MCGC members smiling together. They are dressed nicely. Video cuts back to split-screen.]

 

Kalhan: I'm going to talk aboutmembership intake and recruitment.So membership intake and recruitment forMCGC varies by each organization,and we recommend those people thatare interested to check outthe organizations' respective websites orsocial media for more informationregarding specific dates and times.

 

Tanya: Along those lines, we also wanted tohighlight financial obligations if youdecide to join a Greek organizationunder the Multicultural Greek Council.For each council, they will disclosedifferent financial obligations duringthe membership intake process.They do tend to be less expensive thanthe Interfraternal Council andPanhellenic Association organizations.

 

[Video: The split-screen video is replaced by a graphic with a red title reading “Mutlicultural Greek Council”. Underneath are two iPhones. The left one shows the Instagram account for MCGC, @mcgc_iub, and the Instagram is shown on the phone. The phone on the right shows the MCGC website, and the url is shown above as mcgciub.com]

 

Tanya: And also we wanted to highlight,if you would like to learn more aboutour council in general,you can follow our Instagram page at MCGC_IUBand also check out our website, mcgciub.com

 

[Video: The video returns to the split-screen.]

 

Tanya: Thank you.

 

Kalhan: Thanks.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a new video of a woman speaking. A red banner appears at the bottom of the screen with the name “Anya Johnson”. Below that is a sheer grey banner reading “NPHC President, Kappa Alpha Theta”. The banners then fade off the screen.]

 

Anya: Hi everyone. My name is Anya Johnson,and I'm a current member in the Tau Chapter ofAlpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.within the National Pan-Hellenic Council.In the National Pan-Hellenic Council,there are nine organizations,formally known as the Divine Nine.

[Video: The video cuts to a video of the pillars by the Neal Marshall Black Cultural Center honoring the NPHC member chapters.]

 

Anya: On IU's campus,we have six of those organizationsthree fraternities and three sororities.

 

[Video: Cuts back to Anya and is then quickly replaced by a picture of 7 fraternity members wearing red suits and smiling together.]

 

Anya: The council holdsdifferent types of programming andcommunity service eventsthroughout the school year,and we do plan on hostingvirtual events in the fall.

 

[Video: Cuts back to Anya.]

 

Anya: If you are ever interested in becominga member of a Divine Nine organization,some tips to make sure you areappropriately expressing the interests are:one, being discreet; two, doing yourresearch before expressing interest;three, following the chapter's social media handles;four, attending events that the chapter is hosting;and five, focusing on your personal brand,as all of these organizationscome with the standard that their membersmust uphold.Intake and financialobligations within the Council isspecific to each of those organizations.There are existing membership intakeprocesses for each organization,and it is advised to do research and ask questions.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a graphic with a red title reading “National Pan-Hellenic Council”. Underneath are two iPhones. The left one shows the Instagram account for NPHC, @nphc_bloom, and the Instagram is shown on the phone. The phone on the right shows the NPHC website, and the url is shown above it as iunphc.weebly.com. Video cuts back to Anya.]

 

Anya: For further information about processes,go to national websites for more understanding.Thank you.

 

[Video: The video cuts to a new video of a woman speaking. A red banner appears at the bottom of the screen with the name “Kylie Clouse”. Below that is a sheer grey banner reading “PHA VP of Personal Development, Phi Mu”. The banners then fade off the screen.]

 

Kylie: Hi, I'm Kylie Clouse, and I'll betalking to you guys about Panhellenic. Panhellenic is a community comprisedof 22 unique organizations,and we believe in empoweringevery single Panhellenic womaninto making a difference in their chapters,the Greek community, Indiana University,and the city of Bloomington.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a picture of 5 sorority members wearing white dresses and smiling together. Video cuts back to Kylie.]

 

Kylie: We hope to inspire this positive changethrough opportunities in education,service, philanthropy,leadership, and personal development.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a picture of 5 sorority members wearing white dresses and smiling together. Video cuts back to Kylie.]

 

Kylie: Our values are friendship, leadership,service, knowledge, integrity, and community.There are two main ways tojoin the PHA community.The first is through primary recruitment.Primary recruitment takes placeat the beginning of the spring semester ofeach academic year. Each potential new memberwill be returning tocampus before classes begin,and will have the opportunity to visitall 22 Panhellenic chaptersduring a two-week recruitment process.

 

[Video: Cuts to a picture of students smiling and celebrating together on Bid Day. Video cuts back to Kylie.]

 

Kylie: The registration for primary recruitment2021 will be opened on September 1st, 2020.The registration link is onthe Panhellenic website.Potential new members musthave a 2.8 cumulativeGPA from college and12 credit hours in orderto go through primary recruitment.The second way to join usis through informal recruitment.The informal recruitment process takes placeoutside of the primary structuredrecruitment process.This process occurs duringboth fall and spring semester,but first-year students mustwait until spring semesterto join a chapterthrough primary or informal recruitment.

 

[Video: Cuts to a picture of 4 sorority members smiling together, all wearing black. Video cuts back to Kylie.]

 

Kylie: Information on datesand which chapters will behosting informal recruitment willbe listed on the Panhellenic website.

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a graphic with a red title reading “Panhellenic Association”. Underneath are two iPhones. The left one shows the Instagram account for the Panhellenic Association, @panhellenicindiana, and the Instagram is shown on the phone. The phone on the right shows the website, and the url is shown above it as panhellenicindiana.org. Video cuts back to Kylie.]

 

Kylie: Finally, I want to talk aboutfinancial and time obligations.Financial and time obligations will varydepending on whether or not youlive in the house.And a detailed breakdown foreach chapter's financial commitmentscan be found on Panhellenic website.Thank you so much.

 

[Video: Cuts to a new video of a woman speaking. A red IU trident against a white background is displayed on the table behind her.]

 

Leslie: Hi. My name is Leslie Fasone.I'm the Assistant Dean for Sororityand Fraternity Life at IU.We hope that we've answered many of your questionsabout our sorority and fraternity community,and that you've enjoyed hearing from some ofour student leaders about whatthey've gained from getting involved.

We're so excited foryou or your student to jointhe IU community and topotentially join a sorority or fraternity.There are so many wonderful reasonsto get involved in Greek life,such as leadership development,philanthropy and service, academic support,and sisterhood and brotherhood.For me, it was a pivotal moment whereI learned how to become a better leader,created lifelong friendships, and developedskills that I saw reflect on and use today.

Greek life at IU has a 175 year history,and we hope that you oryour student are interested in carrying onits legacy. If you have additionalquestions now or in the future,you can reach our staff via phone or email.We also hope that you'llvisit our website formore information and follow us on Instagram.Go Greek and go IU!

 

[Video: The video is replaced by a graphic with a red title reading “Division of Student Affairs: Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life”. Underneath are two iPhones. The left one shows the Instagram account for the OSFL, @osfl_iu, and the Instagram is shown on the phone. The phone on the right shows the OSFL website, and the url is shown above it as go.iu.edu/OSFL. The same red graphic as the beginning of the video appears. It is a red background with white, all caps, centered text reading “Division of Student Affairs Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life” on top of it is on the screen. There is a red IU trident in a white box centered above the text.]

 

[End of video]

 

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Overseas study

Get the details on how your student can study abroad—from finances to how to apply.

Description of the video:

[Video: “IU Office of Overseas Study” is written on a red banner across the middle of the screen with the IU trident on the left. The banner is surrounded on the top and bottom by images from around the world, including landscapes, buildings, canals, mountains, oceans, people smiling, rivers, clouds, and beaches. The speaker is in a window in the upper right corner, shown from the shoulders up. Her video stream remains in the upper right corner of the entire presentation, showing her speaking. As the speaker begins to talk, the images shift to the left slowly to reveal more images of landscapes and monuments.]

 

Amanda: Hi, my name is Amanda Roshan-Rawaan and I'mthe Associate Director inthe Office of Overseas Study.We're delighted that you've chosento learn a little bit more aboutthe study abroad opportunitiesthat await you at IU.

 

[Video: A red screen appears with the IU trident at the top and the quote “It is absolutely essential in this day and age that the education of all of our students includes an international dimension” written in white text. The words “essential”, “education of all of our students”, and “international dimension” are bolded. The text “IU President Michael McRobbie” is written in all-caps white text below the quote, showing that he is credited as saying the quote.]

 

Amanda: One thing you should know isthat Indiana Universityfrom President McRobbie to our deans, our faculty,our academic advisors, and our staff,we all support international education opportunitiesfor our students.

 

[Video: A photo appears of students in red IU t-shirts and black pants holding a banner that says “Indiana University Fulfilling the Promise” in white text with the IU trident on the left. The students are at the Indianapolis International Airport. There is a red graphs on the left of the screen that features the text “Study Abroad Opportunities for Every Student” in white text.]

 

Amanda: This means that we truly believe that study abroadcould be an opportunity for every IU student.

 

[Video: The previous image is replaced by an image of a girl wearing sunglasses at the Great Wall of China. A red graphic is on the left of the screen with the text “Over 3,500 IUB students study abroad each year” in white text, with “3,500” and “each year” bolded, and written below that in smaller text is “IU Student in China”. The red IU trident appears in a small graphic at the upper right corner.]

 

Amanda: We send more than 3,500 IU Bloomington students abroad every year,in programs in more than 65 countries,

 

[Video: The previous image is replaced by an image of a student sitting on a long walkway that leads up to an enormous mansion with many windows and green shrubs lining the large walkways. A red graphic on the right of the screen has white text reading “Programs available in over 65 countries” with “over 65 countries” bolded, and smaller text below that reads “IU student in France”. The red IU trident appears in a small graphic at the upper left corner.]

 

Amanda: studying in almost 20 languages,

 

[Video: The previous image is replaced by an image of a student sitting on colorful stairs. The stairs are yellow, purple, and green, and there is black lettering on the steps that reads “escadapia selaron Rio de Janiero”. A red graphic on the right of the screen has white text reading “Coursework available in 18 languages”, and “18 languages” is bolded. Smaller text below reads “IU student in Brazil”. The red IU trident appears in a small graphic in the upper right corner.]

 

Amanda: including English,

 

[Video: The previous image is replaced by an image of approximately 25 people standing on steps in front of a modern building. 3 men in suits stand in the front, and everyone is dressed rather nicely. A red graphic reads in white text “Over 40 programs with internship components”, where “40” and “internship” are bolded, and smaller text below reads “IU Students at Sanho Logistics- Hong Kong, China”. The red IU trident appears in a small graphic in the upper left corner.]

 

Amanda:many on programs thathave an internship component.Over the past 20 years,

 

[Video: The previous image is replaced by a graphic that includes a pie chart showing the duration of time that IUB students spent abroad in 2017-2018 and IU’s national rankings for study abroad. There is also text describing the fact that for over 20 years, IU has been in the top 20 IU institutions for the number of U.S. students studying abroad.There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda:IU has consistently rankednationally in terms ofthe numbers of students we send abroad.We are ranked number six in the nationoverall for how many students we send abroad,and we're number three in the nationfor the number of semester- length students we send abroad as well.But as you can see from the pie chart,we have numerous opportunities ofvarying length to meet all students’ needs,whether it's an academic year program ora program as short as two weeks,or semester-length, or all points in-between.

 

[Video: The previous graphic is replaced by a red screen with the IU trident in the top center. In the middle of the screen in white is the text “What does study abroad at IU look like?”. “Study abroad” is bolded and in all-caps.]

 

Amanda: So what does study abroad at IU look like?

 

[Video: The red screen is replaced by a white screen with a pie chart in the center. It shows the fact that there are over 130 programs offered through the Office of Overseas Study and over 250 programs offered by other IU units. The text “Study Abroad Offices or Staff in: KSB, EDUC, SPEA, MEDIA, SPH” is written below the pie chart. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left. “Study Abroad at IU” is written in black text above the pie chart.]

 

Amanda: Well, in my office alone,the Office of Overseas Study,we have more than a 130 programs,but across campus, including other IU units, in schools, departments,there are almost, there are more than 300 opportunitiesfor students to avail themselves.

 

[Video: The pie chart is replaced by a screen with the text “IU-Administered Program” written on a red banner in the upper right and black text below that with the name of a student, Kiersten Mann, the program she participated in, Canterbury IU, her major, English, the term she participated in, Academic Year (Junior), and the fact that “Kiersten was able to take courses overseas that counted toward her major”. An image of Kiersten with a red shirt and hat and black pants is on the right. She is standing with her arms out in front of a building appearing the be a castle. It has a large front lawn. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda: So, let's take a look at a few examples. This is Kiersten.She studied abroad for an academic year onour IU administered program with our partner,the University of Kent in Canterbury, England.As an English major, she enjoyed spending her junior yearabroad because she was taking classes thatcounted towards her major and she wasearning direct Bloomington credit, as well.

 

[Video: The slide about Kiersten is replaced by a slide about another student, Rob Melchionna. His name appears in bold black text below a red banner reading “Co-sponsored program”. There is more black text stating the program he participated in, Florence CAPA, his major, Public Financial Management, the term he studied abroad in, Spring (junior), and the fact that “Rob was able to take courses overseas that counted toward his major as well as a World Languages and Cultures requirement.” An image of Rob appears on the left of him smiling in a black long sleeve shirt and sunglasses in front of a canal with colorful buildings lining the edge. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda: Here's Rob. Rob studied abroadon the CAPA program in Florence, Italy,and as a public financial management major,he was able to also takeclasses that count toward his major,and he also completed the IU Bloomingtongeneral education requirementcalled World Languages and Cultures,which all students have to complete.

 

[Video: The slide about Rob is replaced by a slide about Jackson Krull, whose name is written in black text on the left below a red banner reading “Faculty-Led Program”. Other black text below his name reads “Program: Berlin IU Summer *Jack also did the Freiburg IU program in the spring semester of his Junior year. Major: German and Philosophy. Term: Summer (Sophomore). Jack was able to receive credit toward his major through his courses overseas.” An image of Jack standing in front of a monument with a statue at the top and gold lettering and a gold emblem on the podium holding up the statue is to the right. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

 Amanda: This is Jack.Jack studied abroad thesummer after his sophomore year onone of our faculty led programs that went to Berlin.Interestingly, Jack, like many of our students,decided to study abroad again forthe second time on a semester-length program, also to Germany,thereby earning credits that complimented his degree progress.

 

[Video: The slide about Jack is replaced by a slide about Monica Towner, whose name is in black lettering under a red banner reading “summer internship”. There is more text that says “Program: Santiago IES Summer Internship. Major: Psychology. Term: Summer (Sophomore). Monica interned at Good Neighbors Chile. Her primary task was to brainstorm possible activities and programs to improve low-resource communities in Santiago”. A picture of Monica smiling while wearing a black jacket and grey IU t-shirt is on the left. She is standing in front of a beachy area that has rocks, water, and tall grass in the background. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda: This is Monica, who studied abroadon one of our summer internship programs.These are for credit, but unpaid,summer internship opportunities that givestudents an opportunity toget real life work experience,albeit in another country.And we also haveunit-based programs.

 

[Video: The slide about Monica is replaced by a slide about Sohee Kwon, whose name appears in black text below a red banner reading “Unit-based program”. There is other text below her name reading “Program: Global Gateway Student Teaching Program (Italy), Major: Elementary Education, Term: Spring (Senior), Sohoee’s program made up half of her student teaching requirements.” And image of Sohee teaching a student while standing in front of a chalkboard is on the right. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda: For example,Sohee Kwon participated in our nationallyaward-winning Global Gateway for Teachers program,whereby she completed a portion ofher required student teaching in Italy.

 

[Video: The slide about Sohee is replaced by a red slide with the white IU trident at the upper center. White text appears in the middle reading “Funding Study Abroad” in all caps. “Funding” is bolded.]

 

Amanda: A lot of students and families havequestions about funding study abroad.So, let's take a look at the financial aidthat most students have access to,and let's talk about how that cancontribute towards the cost of studying abroad.

 

[Video: The previous red slide is replaced by a white slide with the text “Funding Study Abroad” at the top. “Funding” is bolded. There are bullet points reading “Federal Financial Aid”, “State Financial Aid”, “University Grants & Scholarships”, and “Study Abroad Grants & Scholarships” below that. There is a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda: When you think about funding abroad,you can think of it like a funnel.You have your federal aid, your state aid,your university aid, and yourstudy abroad grants and scholarships.Your federal financial aid are things likesubsidized and unsubsidized loans or Pell Grants.And in the types of programs thatI've described here today through our office,you can use those financial aid moniestowards the cost of studying abroad.For state financial aid,these would be things likethe O'Bannon or 21st century.Yep. The types of programsI've described here today,you can use the state-based aidtowards that as well.University grants and scholarships are things likethe provost or the deansor the merit-based scholarships.And again, on the types ofprograms I've described today,you can use almost all ofyour university-based aid as well.Last, we have study abroadgrants and scholarships.These are unique to study abroad.And for example, Indiana University hasthe Hutton International Experiences Program,or HIEP grant,and that is designed specifically forstudents who are pursuingan international experience,and it is only forIndiana University students.

 

[Video: The slide with bullet points is replaced by another white slide with a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left. The title reads in black text “Comparing financial aid packages”, and “financial aid” is bolded. There is a red circle on the left that says “Over the past 5 years, and the 5 is large. On the right, there is an arrow pointing up signifying for IU students studying abroad, there is more study abroad gift aid, which is written in all caps with “More” bolded and larger. There is also an arrow pointing down signifying that for IU students studying abroad, there is less in student loans, which is written in all caps with “Less” bolded and larger.]

 

Amanda: What this means is over the past five years,we've seen more students getting study abroadgift aid, resulting in a decrease in the amount ofloans that students take.

 

[Video: A new slide appears with a white background and a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left. There is a bar chart with the title “financial aid”. It shows that between 2014 and 2019, aid has increased every year in the totals of study abroad gift aid, other gift aid, and loans.]

 

Amanda: More specifically, in the last academic year,of the nearly $14 million infinancial aid that students took with them abroad,you can see that the minoritywas in the form of loans.The majority were the form of gift aid,and those are the monies thatyou don't have to pay back.

 

[Video: A red slide with a white IU trident at the top center and the text “The Journey Begins” in the center appears. It is quickly replaced by an image of a boy in a jacket and hat walking along a trail toward a mountain whose peaks are in the clouds. The trail is lined with grass and shrubs. This is quickly replaced by an image of people in concert attire standing in front of someone playing a keyboard, which is then replaced with an image of a girl in a kayak floating on water with trees in the background. This is replaced by a picture of a group of students standing on a natural bridge over a river with cacti growing around them. The next image is students underwater in scuba gear in front of a sunken specimen, then a boy with an IU Kelley red t-shirt on smiling with a European-looking city in the background. Next are 5 students sitting on a dock overlooking a body of water with a sailboat in the distance.]

 

Amanda: So, the journey beginswith you taking a look at our website,thinking about where it is that you want to go,what it is that you want to study,and what your goals are

 

[Video: A screenshot of the Office of Overseas Study website appears, showing the new student resource center webpage. A red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left.]

 

Amanda: for study abroad.I encourage you to visit our new landing page forthe New Student Orientation students and families,and it talks about how to get started,basically thinking about your program options,talking with your academic advisor,and certainly talking with our office.

 

[Video: A new white slide with a red banner on the bottom with the IU trident and text reading “Office of Overseas Study in the lower left appears. Text at the top reads “Study Abroad 101 overseas.iu.edu/studyabroad101”. Below is a screenshot of the study abroad 101 module that link takes you to.]

 

Amanda: I also encourage you to take a look atour Study Abroad 101 presentation.This is a module-based presentationwhereby you can go through andlearn a little bit more in detail about the topicsthat I've introduced today,such as the program models, or funding study abroad,in addition to a lot of other information,and you can stop and start at your own pace.

 

[Video: That slide is replaced by an image of the IUB Office of Overseas Study Office building. It is a brick and wood structure with cream and crimson wood panels at the top and a chimney. A quintessential green IU lamppost is on the right, and steps leading up to an entrance appear in the center. White text on a red banner in the lower left reads: “The Office of Overseas Study Leo R. Dowling International Center (111 S. Jordan Ave) Walk-in advising: weekdays from 10am-4pm. There is a small red graphic in the upper right with a white IU trident.]

 

Amanda: When campus re-opens, we can't wait to welcomeyou into our office at the Dowling International Center,located at 111 South Jordan Avenue.Ordinarily, we havewalk-in hours every weekday from 10:00am - 4:00pm,and we look forward to welcoming youfor a quick question or for more thorough academic advising.

 

[Video: The same image as the beginning of the presentation appears with “IU Office of Overseas Study” written on a red banner across the middle of the screen with the IU trident on the left. The banner is surrounded on the top and bottom by images from around the world, including landscapes, buildings, canals, mountains, oceans, people smiling, rivers, clouds, and beaches. As the speaker is talking, the images shift to the left slowly to reveal more images of landscapes and monuments.]

 

Amanda: But until the campus re-opens,we want to remind you that the journeydoesn't begin when you get on the plane.The journey begins when youcome to Indiana University.

 

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IU Athletics

Discover everything you wanted to know about IU Athletics, including some important Hoosier traditions.

Description of the video:

[Video]: Video opens with a red background containing the words “IU ATHLETICS PRESENTS THE CRIMSON GUARD: THE BEST STUDENT SECTION IN THE NATION”. Below this, the video says, “Sponsored by Hunter Bloomington Properties” two times.

 

[Video]: The video then changes to an aerial view of Memorial Stadium, the football stadium, and has the words “Student Entrance” and two arrow point to the student entrance.

 

[Video]: The video then changes to clips of people tailgating before the game, such as grilling food and playing a bag game. The video also shows a dog wearing an IU bandana, and the IU cheerleaders.

 

“Let’s Go Hoosiers! Woo!” (clapping). “Let’s Go IU!”

 

[Video]: The video then shows a clip of the IU Red Steppers, and the IU Marching Hundred. Then, the football team running on to the field. The video then continues by alternating between clips of the IU Football team playing, and the crowd cheering.

 

[Video]: The video changes to show an aerial view of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, the home of Indiana Hoosiers men’s’ and women’s basketball teams, and has the words “Student Entrance” and two arrow point to the student entrance.

 

[Video]: The video then enters Assembly Hall, and begins to show clips of the statues, the court, and of the crowd waiting to get in. The video then shows parts of a game, alternating between the court and the crowd.

 

An announcer can be heard talking about a basket, and the crowd cheers, “IU, fight fight fight!”

 

[Video]: The video changes to show Mark Cuban, and then back to the IU Cheerleaders. Then, the video shows IU women’s basketball on the court, cheering.

 

[Video]: The video changes to Bart Kaufman Field, the field that is home to Indiana Baseball. The camera shows the Men’s baseball team piling on top of each other.

 

[Video]: The video changes to Bill Armstrong Stadium, home of Men’s and Women’s soccer, and the Little 500 bike races. It alternates between clips of the soccer game, and clips of the crowd cheering.

 

[Video]: The video changes between clips of volleyball, swimming, softball, and women’s soccer. Then, the video changes to a red screen displaying the words “INDIANA ATHLETICS WELCOME TO THE CRIMSON GUARD”, and @IUCRIMSONGUARD on Facebook and Twitter. Below this, the video says, “Sponsored by Hunter Bloomington Properties” two times.

 

[Video]: The video changes to a screen with the words “STUDENT TICKET COMBO”

  • Student section seat for all seven home football games
  • Student section seat for home men’s basketball games (excluding break games)
  • Valid IU student ID required for admission
  • $425* combo season tickets
  • $105 for football season tickets only

*Initial price; refund given depending on actual number of men’s basketball games received based on overall number of student combo season ticket packages sold.

“Didn’t purchase during registration? Visit: IUHOOSIERS.COM/STUDENTS

 

[Video]: The final section of this video includes the sports that are free with a student ID. These include:

Women’s: basketball, golf, tennis, cross country, rowing, track and field, diving, soccer, volleyball, field hockey, softball, water polo, and swimming.

Men’s: basketball, golf, tennis, cross country, track and field, diving, soccer, swimming, and wrestling.

 

Student Legal Services

Learn all about the legal services available to students.

Description of the video:

Audio: Acoustic guitar music plays.

 

[Video: Video begins with a red screen with white text reading, “The On-Campus Law Office for Students. IU Division of Student Affairs, Student Legal Services.” Video cross fades to show Stacy Williams, Director of Student Legal Services. She is seated in front of a gray wall with picture frames. Her video is framed in red with the white text, “IU Division of Student Affairs, Student Legal Services,” at the bottom center.]

 

Audio: Acoustic guitar music fades in volume, but remains playing in the background throughout.

 

[Stacy] Hi, Hoosiers, My name isStacy Williams and I'm an attorneyand the Director of StudentLegal Services at Indiana University.Student Legal Services orSLS is a law office for studentswho go to IU Bloomington and we'rea department withinthe Division of Student Affairs.SLS has been on campus since1971 helping studentswith all kinds of legal matters.We still have a lot of people ask whywould I need a lawyer while I'm in school?And that's a good question.If students get in trouble,SLS is here for them. We advisestudents on a lot of criminalissues every single day.But there are a lot oftimes when it's justsmart to talk to a lawyer.And those times are when, for example,you might think about signing a contractlike a lease contract to move off campusor if you have questions abouta current contract you're in.A lot of studentsliving off campus have questions about theirleases even under normal circumstances,and certainly in these uncertain times.It's good to know you havelawyers on your sidewho can talk to you aboutthose lease contracts andany other legal issues, evenwhen we're all remote.

Remember Student Legal Services is here for you Hoosiers.Stay safe and stay healthy.And welcome to Hoosier Nation. Take care.

 

[Video: Screen cuts to a red screen with the text, “Go to getlegal.indiana.edu to schedule an appointment,” centered on screen and written in white. “IU Division of Student Affairs, Student Legal Services,” is in white text at the bottom center.]

 

[End of video]

 

[End Transcript]