Emergency Resources

We come through for you in an emergency

Life doesn’t always go as planned. When unexpected emergencies happen, we're here to connect you with resources and guide you through your crisis. We'll help get you back on the path to success.

We’re here for you in all kinds of emergencies—financial, transportation- and housing-related, grief and other emotional crises, and physical injury or illness. If you don’t have enough to eat, we can help with that, too. If you aren’t sure if we can help, ask anyway. We will never turn you away.

If you are in imminent danger or require immediate assistance, call 911 or contact the Indiana University Police Department at 317-274-7911.

You have an extensive list of campus and community support at your fingertips. Visit Help Me R.O.A.R. for a variety of resources including food, clothing, health, financial, and legal aid.

Emergency class withdrawals

When you come to us with an emergency, we’ll work with you to find solutions. If you’re struggling with homelessness, we’ll help you look for temporary or permanent housing. Suffering from a health condition? We can help you find the medical care you need. No matter what the situation, though, we’ll also help you keep your academic record strong. If you need to drop or withdraw from classes because of your situation, we will guide you through that process. You can also find more information about dropping or withdrawing from classes under Get Help.