Supporting Your Student
Once your student is on campus, there are a number of resources with which you should be familiar.
If your child becomes ill, injured or has other health issues, they can:
- Visit the IU Health Center
- Go directly to IU Health Bloomington Hospital or Monroe Hospital
- Get an eye exam
- Receive psychological counseling
Figuring out what (and how) to study and balancing schoolwork with other activities is sometimes a challenge.
Perhaps your concern for your child is in:
- Choosing a major
- Talking to an advisor
- Finding a tutor
- Connecting with disability services
- Making sure technology is up to date and operational
Or you want to know how your son or daughter can:
- Get a head start on all-important career planning
- Prepare for graduation
- Learn about opportunities for alumni (it's not too soon)
Paying the bills or having a little extra spending money is always a concern.
Maybe your child is looking for:
Your student can also check out:
- IU Credit Union
- Local banks
- The easy-to-use, convenient Campus Access Card
- MoneySmarts, the new Financial Literacy program
Having a group of friends with common interests and backgrounds can make a large campus seem much smaller and welcoming.
There are many:
Stop Sexual Violence at IU
IU is committed to leading the fight against sexual violence. As part of this commitment, we have launched a new website. It provides help and resources for those who have experienced sexual violence and educates the IU community about what sexual violence is, how to prevent it, and what to do if and when an incident occurs.