University Communications

How does the University communicate with me?

At IU Southeast, the official means of communication with IU Southeast students is email. This campus policy is in accordance with the Indiana University Policy on Use of Email as Official Correspondence with Students adopted on December 10, 2003. Students will benefit by receiving timely, accurate, and up-to-date communication about matters.

  • Financial aid and scholarships
  • Registration
  • Billing notification
  • University policy statements
  • University services and events
  • Course information
  • Degree completion and/or graduation
  • Administrative actions
  • Academic calendar

To set up your email account, visit the website, http://itaccounts.iu.edu/ and follow the instructions on the screen. If you encounter any problems please visit the IT Helpdesk in University Center 212, stop by the staffed Student Technology Centers in Crestview 112 or Knobview 207, or call the Helpdesk at 941-2447.

A student’s failure to receive or read official university communications sent to the student’s official email address does not absolve the student from knowing and complying with the content of the official communication.

The university provides a simple mechanism for students to forward email from the official university email address to another email address of the student’s choice at http://itaccounts.iu.edu/. Students who choose to have their IU Southeast email forwarded to another email address do so at their own risk. The University is not responsible for any difficulties that may occur in the proper or timely transmission of, or access to, email forwarded to an unofficial email address, and any such problems will not absolve a student of their responsibility to know and comply with the content of official email communications sent to the student’s official IU email address.

The full text of the IU Policy on Use of Email as Official Correspondence with Students can be viewed at http://uits.iu.edu/page/amay.

Students should check their university email accounts frequently.