The Indiana University Southeast Library is home to several special collections. Visit our Special Collections page to learn more about our Center for Cultural Resources, a collection of resource kits, each organized to teach a core of 12 universal themes on unity and diversity; the official Indiana University Southeast Archives; our Ars Femina Archives, consisting of musical scores composed by women; and the William L. Simon Sheet Music Collection, which consists of 19,000 pieces of sheet music published between the mid-19th century and the end of the 20th century. Each of these is available at the Indiana University Southeast Library.
Academics and research at Indiana University are supported by one of the finest university library systems in the nation. The 27 campus and special libraries on the Bloomington campus, 4 libraries at IUPUI, and modern libraries on each of the regional campuses provide students an outstanding collection of resources, enhanced by the latest electronic links to web-based information. IU Libraries are open to all residents of Indiana.
IU Southeast is a member of Kentuckiana Metroversity, Inc., a consortium of institutions of higher education in the Louisville metropolitan area (Including Bellarmine College, Indiana University Southeast, Jefferson Community College, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Spalding University, and the University of Louisville). As an IU Southeast Student, you can access numerous libraries in the Kentuckiana area.
You can visit numerous libraries online. With several public libraries in the area, and many, many more library resources available online, you will find our Other Libraries page a valuable resource.