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: