Franklin Hall room 006
601 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Monday through Friday, 8am - 5pm
The purpose of DSS is to ensure the accessibility of University programs and services to eligible students. The office works closely with the University community to develop and coordinate the implementation of appropriate accommodations to disability. Accommodations, also called support services, are individually determined based on disability specific need and may include modified testing environments, sign language interpreters, and assistance obtaining books in audio format.
Indiana University's museum of anthropology, history, and folklore. At the William Hammond Mathers Museum, Indiana University's museum of
world cultures, artifacts from near and far are collected, preserved,researched, and exhibited to increase our understanding of the unity and diversity of human culture.
400 North Sunrise Drive
Weatherly Hall North, Room 122
Bloomington, In 47405
The center's mission encompassed archival, pedagogical, and research goals in the field of oral history, with particular emphasis on the history of Indiana and the Midwest, and to address the growing interdisciplinary field of memory studies, of which oral history is one important facet. The Center for the Study of History and Memory continues to build upon its work in the field of oral history while broadening the range of its research projects to address the many ways that people remember, represent, and use the past in public and private life.
Post Office Box 500
Bloomington, IN 47402
Well House Society associates give to IU where the University's needs are greatest. Your unrestricted support is a source of flexible funding that beautifies IU's campuses and enriches its academic mission.
Associates give at least $2,000 annually with a minimum of $1,000 going to unrestricted uses. If you are under 40, you may become an associate with an annual gift of $1,000.
University Information Technology Services (UITS) at Indiana University, with offices on the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses, develops and maintains a modern information technology environment throughout the university in support of IU's vision for excellence in research, teaching, outreach, and lifelong learning.
UITS provides tools and services to support the academic and administrative work of the university, including a high-speed campus network with wireless access, central web hosting, a rich selection of free and low-cost software for personal use, tools and support for instruction and research, and supercomputers for data analysis and visualization.
The vision of the Indiana University RHA: To develop and maintain a safe, respectful and productive student environment -a home away from home. To empower this community of students and protect its interests while contributing to the greater community of IU and beyond.
Located across from the Herman B. Wells Library at 625 N. Jordan Avenue, the Career Development Center houses a library, classroom space, and offices for the advisors and staff who coordinate myIUcareers, campus job fairs, information nights, and many other career-related campus events
Indiana University Bloomington
275 North Jordan Avenue, Suite A226
Bloomington, In 47405
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC) is committed to academic excellence through quality educational, cultural, and social programs that promote public awareness about the Black experience while celebrating the academic and leadership achievements of our students.