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Questions? Quench your curiosity with these resources

Here are some helpful contacts to help you navigate the transition to IU.

<p>The Indiana Memorial Union sign displays the University’s official motto “Lux et Veritas." The IMU is located at 900 E. Seventh St. and the IU Parents Association is located inside it.&nbsp;</p>

The Indiana Memorial Union sign displays the University’s official motto “Lux et Veritas." The IMU is located at 900 E. Seventh St. and the IU Parents Association is located inside it. 

There are many resources for students on campus, but plenty of organizations are there for parents, too.

Here are some of the important resources.

IU Parents Association

Indiana Memorial Union M088

900 E. Seventh St.


This office provides a link between parents and the IU campus.

The IU Parents Association supports Hoosier families by keeping them updated on University policies, procedures and important calendar dates and by lending a helping hand, when needed.

Parents can sign up to receive the IU Family Connection newsletter via a link on the association’s site,

First Year Experiences

Office of FYE

326 N. Jordan Ave.


This office is geared toward orienting and supporting students in their first year, but it can be a helpful resource for college parents as well. It features a schedule of FYE events that students may be interested in.

Office of the Bursar

Poplars Building

400 E. Seventh St.


Student Central on Union

408 N. Union St. 


If you’re paying the bills, the Bursar is certainly an important contact. The office handles all University billing and payments.

Office of Admissions

300 N. Jordan Ave.


This office’s website has information about adjusting to college, campus safety, overseas study and more. There is also a link to its parent Facebook page.

Disability Services for Students

Herman B Wells Library Suite W302

1320 E. 10th St.


Parents can find information on how their student can receive disability support services as well as academic and other support on campus.

Financial Aid

408 N. Union St.


The Office of Student Financial Aid provides information and links about earning financial aid, getting federal loans and managing money.

LGBTQ+ Culture Center

705 E. Seventh St.


This is a resource for both the campus and community on news, events and organizations within the LGBTQ+ community.

Health Center

600 N. Jordan Ave.


If your student has a cold, needs to fill a prescription or even wants nutrition or smoking counseling, direct him or her to IU’s on-campus health center.

IU Visitor Information Center

900 E. Seventh St. 


This office provides valuable assistance to new and returning visitors to IU.

Bloomington Visitors Center

2855 N. Walnut St.

812 334-8900

This is a great place to find information on visiting Bloomington. It includes information about hotels, entertainment, transportation and weather.

Residential Programs and Services

801 N. Jordan Ave.


RPS covers all housing information, including residence hall living and meal plans.

Student Legal Services

703 E. Seventh St.


Student Legal Services provides professional, confidential advice for students’ legal issues.

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