Where to turn for help

If you are exploring your major #

Explore Programs: provides information about all the majors, minors and certificates on the IUB campus.

Explore Programs

Career Development Center: Check out the IU Career Guides, take an interest inventory that can help clarify how your interests, values, and personality connect to specific majors and careers, and make an appointment with a career coach.

Career Development Center 

Career Development Courses: Consider taking one of IUB’s career development courses

Career Courses (CDC Website)

If you need help with study skills or studying for a particular class #

Student Academic Center Success TV Video Series: The SAC online video series focuses on a wide variety of topics and skills to enhance undergraduate academic success. New episodes are released regularly.

Success TV Video Series (SAC)

Academic Support Centers: offer free tutoring for a variety of courses

Academic Support Centers

Math Learning Center:

Math Learning Center

Writing Tutorial Services: offers free 25-50 minute tutorials on all stages of the writing process. WTS is intended for anyone working on a paper for any class offered on the Bloomington campus.

Writing Tutorial Services

If you think you may need academic accommodations #

Disability Services for Students: If you have, or suspect you have, a disability, learning or otherwise, visit DSS. DSS ensures access to University programs and services to eligible students by working closely with the IUB community to develop and coordinate appropriate accommodations.

Student Disability Services

If you need emotional support or motivational help #

Counseling & Psychological Services: CAPS offers individual counseling, group counseling, couples counseling, workshops, and psychiatric consultation.

CAPS Services (Health Center)

Center for Human Growth: provides support for mild-moderate mental health issues

Center for Human Growth

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Support Services: IU's GLBT Student Support Service Office serves as a resource and information center for campus and community individuals and has an array of programming


Sexual Assault Crisis Service: This comprehensive service for victims of sexual assault, and their family and friends provides crisis intervention as well as individual and group counseling.

Sexual Assault Crisis Service

If you need other help #

University Division Advisor

An advisor can assist with referrals for help. If you are unsure where to turn, there are various ways to get help from an academic advisor: