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Resources to support you
Technical support: Contact the UITS Support Center for technical assistance 24 hours a day. Support is available via phone, email, and chat.
Help documentation: Find answers to common questions about computing and technology at IU in the IU Knowledge Base (KB).
Accessibility resources: Find accessibility resources available for your campus at Campus accessibility resources at IU.
Library resources: Get help accessing library resources by contacting your campus librarian.
CrimsonCard: Visit CrimsonCard COVID-19 for information about CrimsonCard production and services.
IT security: Learn how to keep your technologies secure with IT Security Basics at Indiana University.
Free WiFi near IU campuses: Learn about lot hot spots near you.
Free WiFi around the world: Find free WiFi near you using the eduroam Companion App. For more about eduroam, see About eduroam at Indiana University. Remember to practice physical distancing when accessing a network outside your residence.
Special deals on internet access: Visit this guide to learn about low-income internet options and affordable internet plans.
Mobile hotspots: Mobile hotspots may be a good option for those who don’t qualify for low-cost internet programs; find an overview of the best mobile hotspots for 2020 here.
Food pantries, soup kitchens, government nutrition programs, and more: Visit the WhyHunger Hotline for help finding food near you.
Faculty: Through the FAST Fund program faculty can apply for money they can give directly to students who need immediate financial assistance.
Campus-specific healthcare options are found under the campus headings below.
Free Coronavirus screening: Free Coronavirus screening is available through the IU Health Virtual Visit app.
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor. Free mental health counseling is available 24/7 and counselors can help connect you to local service providers.
Stress, coping, and well-being
Read suggestions for handling stress from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Find personal and well-being resources from Healthy IU and Mind’s Coronavirus and your wellbeing. IUPUI’s Division of Student Affairs also lists various helpful apps and resources on their website.
Information about upcoming health and wellness workshops are available from the Health Center Calendar.
Campus Recreational Sports has started posting 30-minute-or-less workouts on its website. Find answers to common questions about exercising during Coronavirus from The New York Times’ Exercising During Coronavirus: Can I Jog? Is That Water Fountain Safe?
Learn how to watch media with friends and family when physically distant in MIT Technology Review’s This is how you can co-watch during a coronavirus lockdown, Netflix’s Netflix Party. Read about holding Zoom parties with your friends and family in The Atlantic’s There’s No Zoom Party Like a College Zoom Party.
Find IU Bloomington-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from IU Bloomington: Important information for students.
Tutoring, writing help, advising, and more: Visit the Student Academic Center website for information about available academic support services.
View and bid on IU Surplus’ merchandise on GovDeals from the IU Surplus website.
Emergency assistance: Apply for emergency funding related to the Coronavirus outbreak from the Division of Student Affairs website.
Financial guidance: Financial guidance is available via virtual appointments with the IU MoneySmarts team.
Care referrals: Get help for yourself or someone else by submitting a Care Referral.
Find IUPUI-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from Recent updates for the IUPUI community.
Advising, help with your grades, and more: Visit the Student Central website for information about academic support services.
Emergency assistance: Apply for emergency funding related to the Coronavirus outbreak from the Student Central website.
Essentials, finances, wellness, and more: Information about a variety of resources available within a five-mile radius of IUPUI are available on the Help Me R.O.A.R. website.
Crisis hotlines: Local 24-hour crisis hotlines are available from the IUPUI Student Affairs website.
Medical services: Find hours and available services from the IUPUI Student Affairs website’s Medical Services page.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): CAPS is available remotely; for information, go to the CAPS website.
Find IU East-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the IU East: COVID-19 homepage.
Counseling & group support, The Pantry: Food & Toiletries, support for those experiencing issues such as financial problems, and much more are available from the Healthy at IU East website. Visit the Issues & Resources page for more links to help with housing, hunger, family or relationship violence, and more.
Apply for emergency assistance through IU East.
IU Fort Wayne
Find IU Fort Wayne-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the IU Fort Wayne: Most recent information regarding our campus response website.
Find IU Kokomo-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the IU Kokomo: Campus Updates website.
IT Training and Consulting: Contact IT Training and Consulting for help with technology; visit the IT Help for Students website for more information about services provided.
Resource Navigator: Contact the Resource Navigator for help with food scarcity, housing concerns, healthcare assistance, and more.
Emergency assistance: Apply for emergency assistance through IU Kokomo.
Find IU Northwest-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the IU Northwest: Campus Updates website.
IU South Bend
Find IU South Bend-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the IU South Bend Coronavirus COVID-19 FAQ website.
Tutoring: Information about tutoring services is available from Student Engagement and Success’ Academic Centers for Excellence (ACE) webpage.
Find IU Southeast-specific Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the IU Southeast Campus updates website.