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WELCOME TO THE

Maurer School of Law

2013–2014 GRADUATE LEGAL STUDIES GUIDE


Dear Student, We are happy to welcome you to Bloomington and the Law School community. Your admission into our program speaks to our confidence in your success. But even the best and the brightest can benefit from some support along the way. This guide is designed to provide just that — information and insights that will help you know what to expect, where to go for assistance, and how to make the most of your time as a graduate or exchange student at Indiana Law. Studying abroad in a top-tier law school will likely be one of the most transformative experiences of your life — at times exhilarating and exciting, at times tedious and painstaking, always challenging. Together, we’ll not only expand your knowledge, we’ll change the way you think…and you’ll be leading the way. You’ve chosen a rigorous program at one of the nation’s most respected universities. We are honored to have you as a member of our incoming class and remain committed to making your law school experience the best it can possibly be.

Lesley Davis

Lisa Farnsworth

Will Schaad

Assistant Dean for International Programs

Director of Graduate Legal Studies

Director of Graduate Admissions

About Indiana Law Founded in 1842, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law is one of the oldest law schools in the U.S. It is a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools and is accredited by the American Bar Association. Our 700 JD and 100 LLM students are instructed by approximately 60 fulltime faculty members, as well as practitioners and judges who offer courses specific to their areas of expertise. At Indiana Law, you can design your own program based on a specific area of interest, or complete a more general master’s degree program. With a few exceptions, all Indiana Law classes are available as electives for graduate students. Many of our LLM, MCL, and SJD students choose to work closely with faculty experts and concentrate their studies in one of the following areas of focus:

In this guide Important dates — getting started

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Academic year timeline — what to expect, when

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Graduate Legal Studies office — at your service

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Law building maps — finding your way

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The Indiana Law Community — getting involved

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On campus and beyond — life in Bloomington

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Business and commercial law Constitutional and public law Criminal law and procedure Environmental law Family law Human rights Information, communications, and privacy law Intellectual property International and comparative law and globalization Labor and employment law Property law Tax law

Visit www.law.indiana.edu to learn more.


important dates!

Thursday, August 29

Friday, August 30

Student organization fair Lobby, 11:45-1:15

Graduate student services presentation Noon - 1:00, room 121 Learn how you can participate in the community while studying at Indiana Law.

Monday, September 2

Thursday, September 5

Labor Day Classes do not meet.

Health insurance waiver due All IU international students must participate in the student health insurance plan unless proof of comparable coverage is provided and a waiver is filed by September 5. Go to iStart for access to the insurance waiver request form. Unless you file for a waiver, your portion of the insurance premium will be charged to your account with the Bursar.

Welcome picnic for all new Indiana Law students 5:00-7:00 p.m. Bryan Park, Woodlawn Shelter

TIP: Getting around Getting around campus and town is cheap and easy

Indiana Law to Go Scan the code for Indiana Law’s mobile guide. Designed especially for new students acclimating to life in Bloomington, Indiana Law to Go

if you use your student ID card to take the campus or Bloomington Transit buses. Many students also ride bicycles or walk to and from

centralizes the information you’ll want at your fingertips. Get links to bus schedules and

campus locations, taking

campus maps; find restaurants and coffee shops; locate an ATM; call for a cab; or book

advantage of award-winning

your visiting relatives in a nearby hotel. Indiana Law to Go provides answers in an instant, wherever you are. (m.law.indiana.edu)

bike routes and beautiful walking paths. Because parking is limited, we recommend that you leave your car at home.

Numbers to know now 3 Office of Graduate Legal Studies 812 856 0221 lgradadm@indiana.edu Law Building Room 220 3 Bursar’s Office 812 855 2636 bursar@indiana.edu Poplars Room W100 3 Recorder’s Office 812 855 4809 lawosa@indiana.edu Law Building Room 022 3 Office of International Services 812 855 9806 ois@indiana.edu Poplars Room 221

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What to expect, when

While every student’s experience will be his or hers alone, the Law School curriculum has been carefully crafted to put foundational skills first, followed by application and practice. The timeline below should give you a sense of what to expect over the course of your year at Indiana Law. All Friday events begin at noon unless indicated otherwise.

AUG.

21-23, New graduate student orientation at the Law School + 21, Graduate student reception + 22, Drop/add begins + 27, Law School classes start (follow your Monday schedule) + 29, Student organization fair, lobby, 11:45-1:15 + 30, Graduate Student Services presentation (mandatory) + 30, New student picnic, Bryan Park

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2, Labor Day: Classes do not meet; university and Law School offices closed + 3, Drop/add closes + 6, Graduate Student Services presentation: Student Legal Services staff discuss landlord–tenant issues; NYU School of Law international student interview program (ISIP) at 4:30 + 10, Register on line to take the MPRE on November 2 + 13, Graduate Student Services presentation: résumé-writing for international graduate students and externship info from Center for Intellectual Property Research + 20, Graduate Student Services presentation: IU Health Center Counseling and Psychological Services + 27, Graduate Student services presentation: bar exam

OCT.

4, Graduate Student Services presentation: job and internship search strategies + Bowling at the Indiana Memorial Union 14, ISIP bidding begins (through November 4) + 14-18, Fall break (classes do not meet) + 25, LLM thesis program and transfer application information session + 25, Socctoberfest, Karst Farm Park

NOV.

4, ISIP bidding period closes + 8, Graduate Student Services presentation: exam procedures and policies (mandatory) + 22, Credit transfer option (CTO) info session + 27-29, Thanksgiving break

DEC.

2, LLM thesis application deadline + 6, Lights on the Square semi-formal event and end-of-semester celebration + 6, Last day of classes at the Law School + 9-20, Final exams + 11, ISIP interview invitation results issued + 20, CTO nomination deadline

JAN.

3, Deadline for accepting or declining ISIP interviews + 7-9, ISIP second-round bids + 13, Drop/add begins + 15, ISIP final interview schedules released + 16, Classes begin + 20, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (classes do not meet; offices are closed) + 22, Center for IP Research reception + 23, Drop/add closes + 24, ISIP interviews (NYU College of Law) + 29, Center for Law, Society, and Culture reception + 31, Celebrate Lunar New Year (Year of the Horse) + Attend Career Choices presentations + Attend presentations by Center for IP Research and Center for Law, Society, and Culture (watch for details in Indiana Law Annotated)

FEB. MAR.

7, SJD internal application info session + Attend Career Choices presentations + Attend presentations by Center for IP Research and Center for Law, Society, and Culture + F-1 Students: Sign up via iStart to attend an OPT information session

1, SJD internal application deadline + 17-21, Spring Break + 21, Celebrate Navruz (Persian New Year) + Attend Career Choices presentations + Attend presentations by Center for IP Research and Center for Law, Society, and Culture + F-1 students: Sign up via iStart to attend an OPT information session + Planning to take the New York Bar Exam? Sign up between 120 and 90 days prior to the exam

APR.

13-15, Celebrate Songkran (Thai New Year) + TBA, Spring barbecue + Attend Career Choices Presentations + Attend presentations by Center for IP Research and Center for Law, Society, and Culture + 24, Last day of classes + 25, Reading day + 28 – May 9, Final exams F-1 students: Sign up via iStart to attend an OPT information session + Planning to take the New York Bar Exam? Sign up between 120 and 90 days before the exam

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9, Law School graduation party + 10, Law School recognition ceremony + Complete GLS exit survey + Start bar prep classes and/or self-study program for July bar


Your Graduate Legal Studies Office Ms. Lara Gose

Graduate Legal Studies Suite (Law 220) + lgose@indiana.edu + 812 856 0221 + Help in solving problems with other offices at Indiana University (example: Bursar, Recorder) + Questions about jobs, internships, interviewing, resumes + Personal issues (examples: managing stress, anything involving the police, medical issues, homesickness, family issues) + Help getting used to living in the United States and the city of Bloomington + IPGA program + Exam conflicts + Any other question that is not about academics If you don’t know whom else to contact, start with Ms. Gose. She will either answer the question or advise you whom to contact. Ms. Lesley Davis, Assistant Dean for International Programs Graduate Legal Studies Suite (Law 220C) + leedavis@indiana.edu + 812 856 5661 + Visa or student status questions/problems + An emergency or situation that may or may not require you to travel and/or miss class + Becoming involved with student government or student organizations + Becoming involved with the Law School Alumni Association in your country + Law School policies and procedures; disciplinary actions + Other major, non-academic concerns Professor Lisa Farnsworth, Director of Graduate Legal Studies Graduate Legal Studies Suite (Law 220B) + farnswor@indiana.edu + 812 855 0919 + Questions related to courses you are taking with her + Course counseling + Dropping and adding courses and other academic concerns + Transfers from the LLM Practicum to the LLM Thesis from an academic standpoint + Concerns about law school courses (preparing for class, note taking, exams, etc.) Professor Gabrielle Goodwin Lewis Building, Room 212 + glgoodwi@indiana.edu + 812 856 0331 + Questions related to courses you are taking with her + Questions about bar exams and preparing for bar exams

Mr. Will Schaad, Director of Graduate Admissions Graduate Legal Studies Suite (Law 220A) + wschaad@indiana.edu + 812 856 7217 + Technical information about the admissions process + Transfer from LLM Practicum to LLM Thesis + Application to the SJD program upon completion of LLM program + Recruiting students in your home country

Mr. Ralph Gaebler, Associate Librarian and Lecturer in Law Law Library 105C + gaebler@indiana.edu + 812 855 4605 + General assistance with legal research projects + Questions about the availability of international and foreign research materials

Other Resources: IPGAs and TAs International Peer Group Assistants (IPGAs) are JD students who meet with small groups of graduate students to help you adjust to life in the Law School, Bloomington, and the United States as smoothly as possible. Among other things, IPGAs plan social activities for their groups and help you meet other students and learn the culture of the Law School. Attendance at IPGA meetings is expected. Teaching Assistants (TAs) are JD students who provide academic help to students enrolled in legal writing and research methods or academic legal writing. They work closely with Professor Lisa Farnsworth. You will meet with your TA to review your work on writing assignments or to get additional explanations of information discussed in class.

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FINDING YOUR WAY Much of your time will be spent inside the Law School — preparing for and attending classes, meeting with your IPGA leader, researching in the library. The Law Building, together with the Lewis Building and the Arthur M. Lotz Office of Alumni and Development Building, anchor the southwest corner of the Bloomington campus and overlook several acres of woodland visible from the library’s five-story atrium. The Law Building, like many other signature buildings on the IU campus, is made from Indiana limestone.

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Student services Graduate Legal Studies and International Programs (220)

Mail slots (ground level)

– Academic advising

Law students receive regular communication and are expected to check both email and mail slots daily. While the majority of the school’s official communications are sent via university email, all students are assigned a mail slot and encouraged to check it daily. Many professors return homework assignments to students’ mail slots.

– Graduate student services Student Affairs Office (022) – Bar exam registration assistance – Student organization information Recorder (022) – Registration and grade posting – Student files – Letters of good standing

Student lounge and vending area (ground level near mail slots) The lounge includes a kitchenette with refrigerators and microwaves. Vending machines are located inside the mail room, adjacent to the lounge.

Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) (020) – Information sessions on career topics – Individual career planning and development

Lockers (ground level)

Dean’s Office (240)

Students have the opportunity to rent locker space for the duration of their studies at Indiana Law. Rental information will be provided at orientation.

JD Admissions Office (224) Business Office (202) Marketing Office (240C) Event Coordinator (240A) Faculty offices (2nd and 3rd floors above classrooms) Faculty administrative assistants (252, 300, 334)

Student organizations share office space on the ground level.

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Bulletin boards and digital signs (ground level, first floor) Official announcements, including class assignments, are posted in the glass-enclosed bulletin boards (as well as electronically and via web postings). The Recorder, Student Affairs and OCPD maintain bulletin boards on the ground floor, and student organizations post on the boards across from the student lounge. Library information is found on the digital sign just inside the library entrance. The Office of Graduate Legal Studies posts announcements electronically using Oncourse and also on the bulletin board outside the office (room 220).


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The Law Library

Office of Graduate Studies and International Programs At your service during your time at Indiana Law.

One of the largest and finest in the country, Indiana’s Law Library houses rare books dating back to the Civil War, a first-rate collection in Anglo-American law and online access including web-based research sources and the more than 7 million volumes in the University library system.

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Study spaces 3 Reading rooms 3 Study carrels (assigned during orientation) where students can store books for current research projects 3 Conference rooms for two to 12

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The Lewis Building

The circulation desk at the Law Library also serves as the building’s lostand-found desk. Check the digital sign in the library lobby for more information about the library and its services.

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The Arthur M. Lotz Office of Alumni and Development Building

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3 Classes meet in the following locations Classrooms (120, 121, 122, 124, 125, 213) Seminar rooms (214, 216) Moot Court Room (123) Trial Court Room (215) Lewis Building (L211, L218, L312) Library conference rooms (206E, 406A)

Judge David F. Hamilton’s Chambers The Honorable David F. Hamilton, judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, houses his chambers in the Law School on the second floor.

Some classrooms and Professor Goodwin’s office are located here.

The relationships you develop as a law student will both lead and follow you as your career develops. Indiana Law has an impressively large and active alumni association. The Alumni Office invites you to come in and get acquainted in anticipation of your future membership in this important, student-serving group.

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You are now part of an important and valuable community: The IU Maurer School of Law community. Take advantage of the opportunity to become part of the life of the Graduate Legal Studies Program, Bloomington, and the U.S. Here are some of the ways to become part of the community: International Peer Group Assistants (IPGAs) IPGAs work with you and your classmates in small groups of new students to help you with the transition to law school and living in the U.S. and Bloomington. IPGAs plan activities with the practice groups in the JD program and encourage graduate students’ participation in school events, so that you will have a well-rounded academic and social experience while you are at Indiana Law. IPGA leaders are also able to help you with any questions or problems that are not related to academic advising. IPGA groups meet once per week during the fall semester, when attendance is mandatory, and once or twice per month during the spring semester.

Indiana Law Annotated (ILA) The ILA is an information/communication newsletter that is emailed each Monday. You are encouraged to read the ILA to find out about Law School events you may want to attend. If there is any question about whether you are eligible to attend an event, please ask your IPGA leader or the event sponsor.

Graduate Legal Studies Colloquium Designed primarily for students in the dissertation and thesis degrees, the Graduate Legal Studies Colloquium provides presentations by guest speakers from the Law School, as well as opportunities for you to practice making your own presentations as preparation for the defense of your proposal and dissertation. If you plan to take part in professional conferences, you are also encouraged to practice your conference presentation with your colleagues at the Graduate Legal Studies Colloquium. Graduate Studies Colloquium meets regularly throughout the year.

Student Bar Association Advocate for your peers and for yourself. SBA serves as the voice for student concerns and suggestions aimed at enhancing the Law School community. The group acts as an advisory board to the Law School’s deans; recommends students to serve on committees; operates SBA’s used bookstore, which buys and sells books at reduced prices; and plans several all-school events. Two SBA leadership positions are available to graduate students.

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Student organizations More than 30 organizations offer law students opportunities for learning and networking outside the classroom. As international graduate students, you are encouraged to participate. Student organizations offer the best opportunities for international students to meet American law students with similar interests, participate in social activities, and take on leadership roles. Becoming a part of the Law School community helps you build friendships and create memories for a lifetime. For more information about Indiana Law’s student organizations, visit our website: law.indiana.edu/students/activities.

American Constitution Society

Older and Wiser Law Students

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

OUTlaw

Black Law Students Association Business and Law Society Christian Legal Society Environmental Law Society Family Law Society Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies

Outreach for Legal Literacy Pro Bono Immigration Project Protective Order Project Public Interest Law Foundation Society for Law and the Arts Sports and Entertainment Law Society Student Animal Legal Defense Fund

Feminist Law Forum

Tenant Assistance Project

Health Law Society

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

Indianapolis Bar Association Law Student Division Inmate Legal Assistance Project Intellectual Property Association International Law Society Jewish Law Students Association J. Reuben Clark Law Society Labor and Employment Law Society

Women’s Law Caucus

YOU ARE BUILDING YOUR REPUTATION You are now part of a professional school, representing the profession of law. We’re confident that part of what got you here is an understanding of the importance of managing your personal reputation. Remember: 3 show up on time, fully prepared. 3 be a good classmate and colleague — share notes, work

together, speak up if someone is struggling.

Latino Law Student Association

There is no place for underhanded lawyers at Indiana Law...

or in practice.

Law and Drama Society

3 let your IPGA or the Graduate Legal Studies Office know if

Law Students for Reproductive Justice

someone is struggling. Your classmates deserve your support.

3 conduct yourself responsibly, in school and outside it.

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It’s easy to focus all your time and energy on your studies. But we invite and encourage you to think beyond the corner of 3rd Street and Indiana Avenue. The Law Building is immediately adjacent to the vibrant, diverse Bloomington community. Renowned for its restaurants and cultural celebrations, the city is designed for exploring with walking paths and bike routes. Worship and faith-based opportunities abound. On campus, you have access to arts and entertainment, recreation and fitness, as well as Indiana University’s legendary Big Ten athletics and Little 500 bicycle race. Indiana Law’s International Peer Group Assistants (IPGAs) will be a great resource as you strike the right balance between law school and life. IPGAs serve as your front-line mentors and guides, meeting with you and your classmates in small groups to help you with the challenges of law school life.

Getting out and about, clearing your head and refueling your spirit are integral to your success. We stress the importance of balance at Indiana Law and hope you’ll take advantage of the opportunities that surround you as part of our community.

particularly when moving about the campus and community after dark. Travel with others whenever possible, and keep your phone charged and with you. Numerous emergency call boxes are located throughout campus and connect directly to the IU Police Department in the event of an emergency. If you are not by a call box, do not hesitate to dial 911. Comprehensive student healthcare is provided by the Indiana University Health Center and is covered through payment

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museums and parks.

the students themselves. Just as you would in your hometown — wherever your hometown — practice personal safety,

including theaters, recreation facilities, athletics,

The Indiana University Bloomington campus has an excellent record of student safety, due in part to the diligence of

Check Indiana Law to Go for recreational listings,

SAFETY AND HEALTH


A feast for food lovers Named by Orbitz Travel Research as “the 7th fastest growing destination in the country for wine and culinary enthusiasts,” Bloomington restaurants are a direct reflection of the University’s multi-cultural influence. Locally owned restaurants abound, and include choices from Thai to Tibetan, Irish to Afghani, Greek to good old American comfort food, and just

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about everything in between. Whether you’re stopping for a bagel on the way to class, grabbing falafel for lunch, sitting down to dinner with friends or calling for a late night pizza, you’ll find something that hits the spot, steps away from your Law School home. And when you want to prepare something with the flavors of home, you may find the ingredients you need at one of the many international and specialty markets around town. Use Indiana Law to Go for handheld access to restaurant locations, links and phone numbers.

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Don’t be fooled by Bloomington’s size. This small town offers many opportunities to take a study break and have fun with friends. Unassuming little clubs feature some of the best live music you’ll hear, and our local brewers offer an award-winning selection of craft beers. Whether you want to see a movie, go to a play, or learn salsa dancing, we’re sure you’ll find plenty to catch your interest!

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Sharing your faith Churches, synagogues, Buddhist temples, the Islamic Center. Bloomington’s places of worship are as diverse as their congregations and followers. Find worship and fellowship opportunities nearby, whatever your faith.

The great outdoors. Really. The natural landscape in southern Indiana includes the state’s largest inland lake, the Hoosier National Forest, limestone quarries and caves. An extensive trail system lets you explore from two wheels or two feet, joined by other hiking, biking and running enthusiasts. City and nearby state parks, along with public swimming pools, campgrounds and golf courses provide fitness and relaxation opportunities, close to home and away from it all.

A Sports Illustrated “Top 10” Named one of the nation’s top 10 college sports towns by Sports Illustrated on Campus, Bloomington combines Big Ten college athletics with what the magazine called “perhaps the nation’s top recreational-sports program.” No wonder Hoosier fans — law students included — are among the most passionate in college sports. Take in a game: football, baseball, basketball, soccer. There’s no “off” season at Indiana!

On-campus culture and recreation With one of the nation’s top music schools, and outstanding programs in fine arts, theatre and drama, Indiana University arts and entertainment opportunities include a constant calendar of performances, showings, concerts and celebrations. Central to the Bloomington campus, the Indiana University Memorial Union features bowling, movies, concerts, lectures, adventure trips and creative classes.

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(AC) C3 Cedar Hall (Union Street Center) Chemistry, Department of (CH) D2 Cinema, IU (CN) D2 Classroom Office Building (C2) D1 Cognitive Sciences (C9) C1 Communication Services (T2) C4 Cook Hall (BD) B2 Cravens Hall (Collins LivingLearning Center) (ME) C1 Cyberinfrastructure Building (CR) C4 Cypress Hall (Union Street Center) (AE) C3 Data Center (DC) C4 Dreiser Hall (Ashton Center) (DR) C3 Edmondson Hall (Collins Living(EO) C1 Learning Center) Education Building, Wendell W. Wright (ED) D3 Eigenmann Hall (EG) C3 Ernie Pyle Hall (EP) D1 (School of Journalism) Fieldhouse, Harry Gladstein Indoor Track Facility (NF) A2 Fine Arts, Henry Radford Hope School of (FA) C2 (FK) C1 Folklore Institute Forest Quadrangle (FR) D3 Foundation, IU (Showalter House) (FO) A3 Franklin Hall (FF) D1 Geological Materials Testing (GM) C2 Geological Survey (GS) C2 (CO) C1 Geological Survey Core Library Geological Sciences, Department of (GY) C2 Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology (GL) C1 (GO) B4 Golf Clubhouse Goodbody Hall (GB) D2 Graduate and Executive Education Center, William J. Godfrey (CG) C2 Greene Hall (Collins Living(GH) C2 Learning Center) Greenhouse, Botany (BG) B4 Greenhouse, Jordan Hall (JH) D2 Gresham Dining Hall (Foster Quadrangle) (GR) C2 Griggs Lounge (Ashton Center) (GG) C3 Harper Hall (Foster Quadrangle) (HQ) B2 Health Center (HC) C3 Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Complex (HPER) (HP) C2 Hershey Hall (Ashton Center) (HH) C3 Hickory Hall (Union Street Center) (AA) C3 Hilltop Garden and Nature Center (HI) C4 Honors College, Edward L. Hutton (HU) C1 Hoosier Courts Daycare Nursery (HX) B3 India Studies Program (WE) C1 Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (MZ) B5 Indiana Memorial Union (UB) D1 (I2) C2 Informatics East Informatics West (I) C1 Innovation Center, IU (IR) C4 Intercollegiate Athletics Gym (GI) C4 Integrated Science and Accelerator Technology Hall (ISAT) (CY) A2 International Center, Leo R.Dowling (IC) D2 International Programs (M3) D1 Jenkinson Hall (Foster Quadrangle) (IS) B2 Johnston Hall (Ashton Center) (JO) C3 Jordan Hall (JH) D2 Kirkwood Hall (KH) D1 Kirkwood Observatory (OB) D1 La Casa/Latino Cultural Center (LZ) C1 Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center (TH) C2 Lewis Building (LS) D1 Law, Maurer School of (LW) D1 Library, Herman B Wells (LI) C2 Lilly Library (LL) D2 Linden Hall (Union Street Center) (ND) C3 Lindley Hall (LH) D1 Magee Hall (Foster Quadrangle) (RU) B2 Martin Hall (Foster Quadrangle) (FQ) B2 Mason Hall (MQ) D3 Mathers Museum (M2) C1 Maxwell Hall (MX) D1

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McCalla School McNutt Quadrangle Mellencamp Pavilion Memorial Hall Memorial Stadium Moffatt Hall (Ashton Center) Monroe Hall Morgan Hall Morrison Hall Motor Pool Multidisciplinary Science Building 2 Music Building Addition Music Library & Recital Center, Bess Meshulam Simon Music Practice Building Music, Jacobs School of (Merrill Hall) Musical Arts Center (MAC) Myers Hall Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Optometry, School of Owen Hall Parking Garage—Atwater Parking Garage—Fee Lane Parking Garage—Henderson Parking Garage—Jordan Avenue Parking Garage—Poplars Pine Hall (Union Street Center) Pool, Outdoor Poplars Poynter Center Psychology, Department of Public and Environmental Affairs, School of (SPEA) Radio-Television Center (WFIU and WTIU) Rawles Hall Read Hall Residential Programs and Services, Division of Rose Well House Service Building Shea Hall (Foster Quadrangle) Showalter Fountain Simon Hall (Multi-Disciplinary Sciences) Smith Hall (Collins LivingLearning Center) Smith Research Center Social Research, Institute for/ Center for Survey Research Social Work, School of Speech and Hearing Sciences Stempel Hall (Ashton Center) Student Building Student Legal Services Student Recreational Sports Center (SRSC) Swain Hall East Swain Hall West Sycamore Hall Tennis Center Teter Quadrangle Von Lee Vos Hall (Ashton Center) Warehouse, IU Weatherly Hall (Ashton Center) Wildermuth Intramural Center (HPER Complex) Willkie Quadrangle Woodburn Hall Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis Wright Quadrangle Wrubel Computing Center (UITS) Wylie Hall

D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 C2 D1 D1 D2 C2 D1 D3 D1 C3 B2 D1 D1 C2

(M) (P) (MU) (MC) (MY) (TH) (OP) (OW) (G5) (G1) (G6) (G3) (G2) (NG) (OD) (PO) (PJ) (PY)

C3 D1 D1 D2 A2 C3 D1 C3 C5 C3

(RB) (SE) (SW) (SY) (TP) (TE) (VL) (VO) (X3) (WA)

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C2 D1 B5 B2 C2

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(SI)

(HL) (WO) (SX) (SH) (SF)

(TV) C2 (RH) D1 (RE) D3

(PV) C2

C1 B2 A1 D2 A1 C3 C1 C1 D2 C5 C2 D2

(FX) (MN) (MV) (MM) (MS) (MF) (MW) (MR) (MO) (X2) (S2) (MA)


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