Student Services & Resources

CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services)

IU Bloomington’s Counseling and Psychological Services staff provides confidential sessions to students in need. CAPS is well-trained to handle serious mental health crises, and also support students who seek a place to discuss problems with someone they can trust.

Make an appointment with CAPS

Tutoring Services 

Through the Academic Support Center (ASC), students can access free tutoring, spaces for learning, technology, peer coaching, workshops, and more. Services are easily accessible, offered at cultural centers, in three campus residence halls, and in OVPDEMA academic units. Currently, ASC locations in the residence halls are open for tutoring Sunday through Thursday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. FNECC serves as a satellite location where students can come to us and get the academic support they need.

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The Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning (CITL)

The Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning (CITL) supports faculty and students with innovative methods of developing, delivering, and demonstrating improved learning experiences. As part of its mission, the CITL seeks to build partnerships with individuals and groups such as the FNECC to encourage collaboration and better leverage resources that impact teaching and learning. As part of the Graduate Student Learning Community initiative, CITL will be offering a series of workshops at the FNECC that is designed to help graduate students prepare for teaching, become more competitive on the job market, and understand ways they can more effectively represent diverse voices and perspectives in their research.  

Learn more about the workshops

Scholar programs & culture centers

As a student at IU Bloomington, you are now part of a richly diverse community. You’ll not only find the support and resources to help with your academic success, but also access to unique cultural opportunities and experiences that help you grow personally and professionally.

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Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science at Indiana University

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science at Indiana University (SACNAS) is a society of scientists dedicated to advancing Hispanics/Chicanos, Native Americans and any other underrepresented minorities in the field of science.

Learn more about SACNAS