Health and Wellbeing

  • IU Recreational Sports
    • Access information on workout facilities on campus, including the Student Sports Recreational Center (SSRC), Wildermuth Intermural Center (WIC), pools, tennis courts, outdoor tracks and fields, borrowing sports equipment, and more. Try out one of the more than 80 group workout sessions that are free to all current full-time students.
  • IU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
    • CAPS offers support to students working through mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, sexual assault, feelings of inadequacy, substance abuse, and difficulty adjusting to life as a graduate student. They offer group, couple, or individual counseling sessions. Two counseling sessions per semester are available at no charge when you pay your IU Health Fee.
    • In partnership with CAPS, Culture of Care is a campus-wide, student-led initiative to create a caring campus where everyone works together to make IU a better place and to raise awareness and create behavioral change in four key areas: sexual well-being, drug and alcohol awareness, mental health, and respect.
  • IU Graduate Mentoring Center
    • The Graduate Mentoring Center takes a very holistic approach to graduate student health and wellness addressing five primarily areas: Balance, Community, Culture, Mentorship, and Scholarship. Their programs and workshops offer graduate students a path towards deeper self-awareness, decreased stress, long-lasting cultural understanding, increased productivity, and innovative research that can lead to a successfully completed dissertation and fulfilling careers within and outside of the professoriate.