2023-2024 Student Academic BLUEprint 
    Jun 20, 2024  
2023-2024 Student Academic BLUEprint [Archived]

University Resources

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


Visit bookstore online.

25 N. 4th St.

Phone: 812-232-2665

Click here for hours.


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.

The ISU Career Center helps students identify their interests, skills, and values and make connections between academic majors and future career options.  Through individual, group, and workshop sessions, career coaches help prepare students to make career decisions, find related employment, meet workplace expectations, and make decisions about graduate school. The center offers a wide range of tools and services including: Career Coaching Appointments, Career Assessments, Student Employment, Internship and Job Search Assistance, Career Fairs and Workshops, and Professional Skills Certificates. Multiple resources are available online for students to conduct career research, search for jobs, and prepare for interviews anytime of the day or night.


Center for Community Engagement


Tirey Hall 134, Terre Haute, IN 47809

Phone: 812-237-2335

E-mail: ISU-Engagement@indstate.edu

The Center for Community Engagement promotes civic leadership and public service by connecting ISU students with the local community.  

Service-learning Courses. Service-learning courses incorporate community service into required course content. Students in service-learning courses benefit from hands-on application of course content in a real-world setting. Students can search for service-learning designated courses through the schedule of classes. 

Volunteer Opportunities. If volunteer hours are required for a course, contact the Center for Community Engagement to assist with placement with a community partner. Multiple volunteer opportunities are available to students. The Alternative Break Program provides students the opportunity to travel to various destinations throughout the United States and internationally to provide community service during Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter breaks. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, Donaghy Day, and other service events are programs for the campus community to come together to help local agencies.


Center for Global Engagement


Jones Hall, 2nd Floor

Phone: 812-237-2440

Email:  isu-ips@mail.indstate.edu

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

The Center for Global Engagement (CGE) provides high quality programs and services to students, faculty, and staff that support Indiana State University’s strategic goal of enhancing and advocating multicultural and international values. To this end, the CGE coordinates the University’s traditional yearlong, semester and summer study abroad programs, as well as the short-term, faculty-led student travel programs. In collaboration with the academic colleges, CGE also administers and oversees partnerships and relations with foreign universities in support of the internationalization of the University. CGE staff provides support for international institutional grant development and provides support for the development of international contracts and educational joint ventures. CGE also provides consultation services to the campus on systems and institutions of higher education in foreign countries. In addition, the office maintains relationships with embassies, ministries of higher education, private and public educational agencies, and foundations in support of the University’s internationalization objectives.

CGE coordinates international recruitment efforts and manages the relationships between recruitment agencies abroad, as well as sponsoring agencies and the University. CGE provides the monitoring and reporting of international students and scholars at Indiana State University on a J or F visa to the Department of Homeland Security or the United States Department of State. CGE staff also advises international students and scholars about immigration regulations, policies, and procedures to which they must obey to remain in their immigration status. CGE offers presentations, workshops, and orientation programs to domestic and international students in a variety of areas including immigration laws and procedures.  


Center for Student Success


Phone: 812-237-2700

Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm

Center for Student Success, located on the first floor of Normal Hall, strives to help students succeed at Indiana State University by customizing support to the student’s particular needs and circumstances. Some of the ways in which we provide assistance are:

Academic and Residential Accommodations:  The Accessibility Resource Office works with students who have a diagnosed medical, neurological, physical, or psychological condition to provide accommodations that allow access to the entire campus, including classes and residential halls. Students who feel they might qualify for accommodations, or who wish to talk about managing their condition, can email the office at isu-dss@indstate.edu. Students will be asked to provide an intake form, as well as medical documentation or a recent IEP, and to meet with a staff member to customize their accommodation plan.

Supplemental Instruction:  The Supplemental Instruction Program provides peer-guided group study in challenging courses. The Supplemental Instruction leader attends class, consults with the course instructor, and conducts two or three study sessions each week.

Tutoring Services:  Tutoring services are available free of charge to Indiana State University students for most Foundational Studies courses and for help with study skills like note-taking and exam preparation.  Tutoring is offered in one-on-one or group settings for a single session or for long-term support. Help is available virtually or in person by calling 812-237-2700 or booking at https://www.indstate.edu/services/student-success/cfss.

Twenty-First Century Scholars:  The 21st Century Scholars Office provides college Scholars with the resources needed to graduate on time with a degree and a with a college experience that prepares them for a successful future. Community service opportunities, financial aid workshops, study break activities, and mentoring are offered to help Scholars achieve their academic goals. ScholarCorps, a student organization led by 21st Century Scholars, is advised by this office. This group provides opportunities for Scholars to meet and discuss the opportunities available on campus.

Mentoring:  The Mentoring Center is available to connect students to a peer mentor who can help them navigate the college experience. Students interested in a peer mentor should contact the Mentoring Center via email at ISU-Mentoring-Center@indstate.edu.

Parking Permit. All faculty, staff, and students who own, possess, operate or have the use of a motor vehicle on any property owned, leased, or used by Indiana State University, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, must purchase and properly display a current parking permit from the rearview mirror. The University Board of Trustees has established a registration fee. The registration fee may be paid online or at Parking Services, a division of the Public Safety Department. For more information go to www.indstate.edu/parking. 


Accessibility Resource Office

Indiana State University

Normal Hall- First floor

Phone: 812-237-2700 Fax: 812-237-2699


Monday- Friday

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM




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


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 Affairs


The Division of Student Affairs oversees the programs, services, and facilities that support the mission of the University and the co-curricular aspects of student life at Indiana State University. Services and programs within Student Affairs are committed to building a supportive campus environment, providing enriching educational experiences, and encouraging academic excellence and the achievement of personal and community potential.  Visit the website for further information on Student Affairs programs and services.

The Code of Student Conduct contains the regulations students must obey in order to maintain student status. Questions regarding the Code of Student Conduct should be directed to the Office of Student Conduct and Integrity. Students are encouraged to review the information in these publications and to use these publications as resources throughout their college experience.


Student Counseling Services


Gillum Hall- 2nd Floor

Ph: 812.237.3939
Fax: 812.237.3964

Click here for hours.


Student Support Services

Math Tutoring Lab


Mathematical Science

424 N 7th St

Phone: 812-237-2130

Hours: Mon- Fri 8-12, 1-4:30


Writing Center


Cunningham Library

2nd Floor Southwest Corner

Phone: 812-237-2989

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




Normal Hall- 1st Floor

Phone: 812-237-2700

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


University Testing Center


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 Resource Center

John T Myers Technology Center, Room 107

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

Request for Benefits

Certification for VA Education Benefits each semester is not automatic. Students who wish to receive the benefit must complete the online application every semester in order to continue receiving benefits and to prevent delays in payment of benefits. If the Request form is not submitted at our office, we will assume that the students do not wish to receive the benefit/no longer attending, and the benefits will discontinue into the next semester.

Veterans Career Services (PVA) Outside resource