COVID-19 Special Announcements

The Division of Student Affairs is here to support you as the university shifts to respond to the fluid coronavirus situation. Students should read the latest message from Dr. Eric A. Weldy, vice chancellor for student affairs, to learn more about student support services for the remainder of the semester. Residents in on-campus housing should read Housing and Residence Life’s latest message to learn next steps and expectations. IU President Michael A. McRobbie’s most recent university-wide letter outlines additional expectations for all IU campuses.

The Office of Student Advocacy and Support is available to support students virtually. Please email for questions and to speak with a staff member.

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