Student Support Services
Assists student from admission through graduation to develop academic plans, select courses, discuss issues o concerns regarding academic progress, withdrawal, reinstatement, bankruptcy, appeals, scholarship information, etc. Make an appointment with your advisor by calling the nursing secretary at 812.941.2283.
Pre-nursing: Alexandra Hall ius.edu/advising, email: email@example.com phone: 812.941.2458
Nursing: Lindsey Ward, MSN, RN ius.edu/advising email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Development Center
University Center South
Phone: (812) 941-2275
The IU Southeast Career Development Center is your resource for career counseling, internships, resume reviews, mock interviews, job fairs and employment search techniques. Our services are available to all current IU Southeast students and alumni from all IU campuses.
- Assessments for academic and career direction
- Career matches to academic majors and research careers
- Employment Correspondence – Resumes, Letters, References
- Interview Etiquette and sample questions
- Internships – review requirements and learn how to get started
- Career Link, other Job Boards, and related events
Center for Mentoring
University Center South
Phone: (812) 941-2516
The Mentoring Program is designed to serve any student enrolled at IU Southeast; from first year students through students in our graduate programs who want to be assigned a personal mentor. Faculty, staff, and alumni are paired with students to assist in guiding them from their freshmen year through graduation. Mentors serve in various roles, and work with students in their personal, academic, and career development.
Children’s Learning Center
4201 Grant Line Road
New Albany, IN 47150
Phone: (812) 941-2402
The Campus Learning Center provides quality year-round childcare and preschool/kindergarten for students, faculty, staff and community children three through eight years of age. We strive to help children promote healthy emotional, social, physical and cognitive growth and development by providing an active learning environment.
The Children’s Learning Center facility is arranged into learning centers to encourage children to make individual choices. The Centers include: dramatic play, art and writing, math/manipulatives, science and sensory, social studies, language arts, library, blocks, computers, music, motor development and character development (STEM-science, technology, engineering, math) and outside learning/play area.
University Center South Room 207 Phone: (812) 941-2243
Services available include:
- Pre-admission visits
- Letters to faculty, when requested, discussing classroom and testing accommodations
- Working with the Student Development Center to arrange test accommodations such as extended time, readers, scribes, or oral exams
- Assistance in getting recorded textbooks
- Registration assistance
- Counseling to assist students in developing effective learning strategies and self-advocacy skills
- Accessibility information
- Disabled parking permits
- Liaison with Vocational Rehabilitation and other agencies
- Referral to other campus and community resources
- Other accommodations if documented
Physical Science Building
Phone: (812) 941-2670
Enhances and supplements mathematics instruction and tutoring.
Personal Counseling Service
University Center South, Room 207 (812) 941-2244
The IU Southeast Personal Counseling Services are available to all IU Southeast Students (part or full time) at no fee. Our counselors are all professionally trained and have specific skills related to work with college students. The Director of Personal Counseling Services holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and is licensed by the state of Indiana as a Health Services Provider. The Counselor/Care Manager is a licensed clinical social worker who provides both mental health counseling and referrals for resource assistance, e.g., food, housing, health care, etc. Our staff also includes master level and doctoral level graduate students from local universities.
- Individual Counseling •
- Group Counseling •
- Family Counseling (student and parents)
- Couples’ Counseling • Faculty and Staff Consultation •
- Referral for specialized services such as substance abuse treatment and/or medication evaluation
Residence Life and Housing Office of Residence Life and Housing
Meadow Lodge 103
The Office of Residence Life and Housing creates living-learning environments committed to holistic student development, academic success, and civic engagement. The department strives to provide safe, well-maintained housing facilities that engage students in meaningful discourse and interaction while providing opportunities for personal growth and service to the community.
Student Success Center
University Center South
Phone: (812) 941-2312
Student Success Center Mission Statement
The mission of the Student Success Center is to provide students with academic resources to assess, supplement, and encourage their growth as motivated and successful members of the campus community.
Knobview Hall Room 237
Phone: (812) 941-2498
The Writing Center at Indiana University Southeast is staffed by knowledgeable consultants (most of whom are fellow students) who are trained specifically to talk about writing and help you to write more effectively. Many of the consultants are English majors, but many are also familiar with writing in other content areas.
The Writing Center is designed to help you with every stage in the writing process, including:
- Understanding the assignment
- Determining a topic
- Brainstorming/prewriting/formulating ideas
- Writing a thesis
- MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.
Scholarship Center Student Central
University Center South Rm 103
Phone: (812) 941-2100
Fax: (812) 941-2639
- Automatic Scholarships
- Scholarship Search
- Federal Work Study
- 529 College Savings Plan
- Frequently Asked Questions
Financial Aid Office
The student financial aid program provides assistance and advice to students. Scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment are available singly or in various combinations to assist in meeting the difference between the cost of attending IU Southeast and the amount the student and the student’s family can reasonably be expected to provide.
Student Nurses’ Association (SNA)
With a membership of approximately 50,000 nursing students nationwide, the National Student Nurses' Association mentors the professional development of future nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance. Indiana University Southeast's School of Nursing students are encouraged to join the SNA as sophomores to gain experience for leadership positions in the association as juniors and seniors.
Information about student involvement in other student groups, activities, programs, and leadership experiences are at Office of Campus Life.
Sigma Theta Tau
Senior nursing students are eligible to apply for membership in the Alpha Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the international honor society of the nursing profession. Information about application and eligibility are at Sigma Theta Tau.