Student Development Services
Here are some useful links to services around campus:
Career Development Center
In addition to organizing dozens of career fairs, employer information sessions, on-campus interviews with recruiters, and career workshops, we offer a number of other services to IU students. We offer drop-in and hour-long career advising sessions, a library with over 1,000 books, access to online resources for jobs and internships, and three eight week courses on career exploration, portfolio design, and job search strategies.
Counseling and Psychology Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is a professionally staffed counseling service offering individual, group and couples counseling, as well as psychiatric consultation and treatment. Any kind of concern can be discussed confidentially with a counselor to enhance psychological growth and increase problem solving skills. Depression, anxiety, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, feelings of inadequacy, sexual issues, substance abuse and problems of academic functioning are some of the concerns students often address through counseling.
Student Academic Center
At the Student Academic Center, choose from a variety of services that can enhance your academic progress.You may choose from a wide range of courses for credit, free as well as fee based workshops, supplemental instruction, individualized academic assessment and assistance, outreach services, and support services for faculty and instructors. Whatever services are chosen, participants will meet a group of caring staff who are always ready and willing to assist students.
Writing Tutorial Services
Writing Tutorial Services (WTS) in Ballantine 206 provides free 50-minute tutorials to IUB students on all stages of the writing process, by appointment. Call 855-6738, or stop by Ballantine Hall 206.
Division of Student Affairs
The Division of Student Affairs supports the academic mission of the University through student advocacy, services, and programs that promote the general welfare of students and foster a campus climate conducive to learning and responsible citizenship. The primary goals of the Division are intended to provide opportunities for personal development, foster respect for diversity, encourage physical and emotional wellness among students, protect student rights and promote ethical behavior.
Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA)
Our mission is to serve as an effective advocate for underrepresented students, faculty, and staff and to provide programs and services that promote excellence through diversity, equity, and culture at Indiana University.
Academic Support Center
This advising and support takes many forms: tutors helping students with writing and math classes, academic advisors meeting periodically with students to discuss their academic paths, and faculty and alumni mentors offering insight into students' interests and career goals.