2021-2022 Academic BLUEPrint 
    
    Dec 03, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic BLUEPrint

Additional Student Services


Indiana State University offers many services to students both academic and non academic related. Click on any of the following links for additional information.


Bookstore

Visit bookstore online.

25 N. 4th St.

Phone: 812-232-2665

Click here for hours.

 

Career Center

http://www.indstate.edu/career-center

231 North 6th Walkway, Terre Haute, IN 47809

Phone:  P 812.237.5000 TF 888.892.6044F 812.237.4392

Email: isu-career-center@mail.indstate.edu

Click here for hours.

 

Center for Global Engagement

http://www2.indstate.edu/ips/

Gillum Hall - Room 240

Phone: 812-237-2440

Email:  isu-ips@mail.indstate.edu

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 am-4:30 pm

 

Disability Services

Indiana State University

Normal Hall- First floor

Phone: 812-237-2700 Fax: 812-237-2699

Hours:

Monday- Friday

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

 

Library Services

http://library.indstate.edu/

Phone: 812-237-2580

The Cunningham Memorial Library (CML) is located at 510 N. 6 ½ Street.  Our collection includes more than 1.4 million items in print and electronic format. As a member of the Library Consortium of Vigo County, ISU students may access the collective library holdings of CML, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Library, and the Vigo County Public Library through the online catalog called Fusion. More than 130 public computers are available throughout the Library. Printers, document scanners and photocopiers are also available. Collaborative, group, and individual study areas are offered as well as group study rooms. The following services are available and/or located in the Library:

Hours of Operation: A complete schedule of hours and events is located on the CML website.

 

Office of Information Technology

http://www2.indstate.edu/oit/

OIT Helpdesk/ Blackboard support phone: (812) 237-2910 

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides technology support and resources for students, faculty and staff at Indiana State University. As a student there are many resources available to assist you with technology at ISU. Students can receive assistance with technology related questions or issues by checking out the Service Catalog and Knowledge Base.  On the same webpage, there is a Student Resources button that takes you to a page of links to topics of interest to students.

The Technology Support Center (TSC) is the walk-in support center for registered students, staff, and faculty; appointments are not necessary.  TSC is located on the lower level of Stalker Hall, Room 009. The TSC is a Certified Warranty Service Center for the Lenovo and HP models approved by ISU, which include the Sycamore Technology Award Laptops, Scholarship Award Laptops, laptops rented from the ISU Laptop Rental Program and those purchased through the ISU Laptop Purchase Program.  The TSC provides the following services:

  • loading and diagnosing software problems on laptops, tablets, or Smartphones
  • connecting gaming consoles or other devices to the network
  • resetting passwords
  • solving network connectivity issues
  • virus/malware resolution
  • print balance payment processing
  • Blackboard assistance

TSC can also be contacted by calling 812-237-2910, selecting option 1 for IT support or option 2 for Blackboard support.

 

Student Counseling Services

http://www2.indstate.edu/cns/

Gillum Hall- 2nd Floor

Ph: 812.237.3939
Fax: 812.237.3964

Click here for hours.

 

Student Support Services

Math and Writing Center

https://www.indstate.edu/isu-writing-center

Cunningham Library

2nd Floor Southwest Corner

Phone: 812-237-2989

Hours: Mon- Thurs 10-8, Fri 10-5, Sun 4-10

 

Tutoring:

http://www.indstate.edu/services/student-success/cfss/tutoring-services/tutorial-services

Normal Hall- 1st Floor

Phone: 812-237-2700

Hours: Mon- Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

 

University Testing Center

https://www.indstate.edu/services/testing/hours

John W. Moore Welcome Center

318 N 6th St

Phone: 812-237-9634

Hours: Mon- Fri 8:00-4:30

 

University College Foundational Studies Program

The Foundational Studies Program prepares students to become effective professionals and productive citizens. Please work with your academic advisor to determine whether there are any special Foundational Studies requirements or exceptions for your major.  The requirements of the Foundational Studies Program can be found online or contact Normal Hall Rm. 207, telephone 812-237-3940, e-mail Linda.Maule@indstate.edu.  Availability on courses that meet specific foundational studies requirements are now searchable using the “Course Attributes” group in Dynamically Searchable Schedule of Classes which may be found in the schedule of classes.  

 

Veterans

https://www.indstate.edu/services/veterans/vrcenter

Veterans Resource Center

John T Myers Technology Center, Room 107

Hours: Mon- Fri 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Veterans Career Services (PVA) Outside resource

https://pva.org/find-support/veterans-career-program