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elcome to Indiana University and our proud Welcome Week tradition. Our goal during Welcome Week is to ease your transition to college life and help you have a great start to your IU journey. Participate in the fun, discover the opportunities, and take advantage of all that IU has to offer! This booklet will help you plan your activities and map your course. If you need help or more information about any of the activities we’ve listed, please refer to the IU contact information in the back. You can also contact the First Year Experience Programs staff at 855-4357 or fye@indiana.edu.

Welcome Week Events at a Glance Wednesday, August 24

Residence Halls Open Freshman Induction Ceremony and Picnic Transfer Kick-Off Off-Campus Freshman Meeting/Residence Hall Floor Meetings

Thursday, August 25

Hutton Honors College Freshman Meeting Groups Student Support Services Advising Meetings Academic Orientation CultureFest pLaY iT Up: Game Night @ the Wells Library

Friday, August 26

University Division Required Academic Advising Meetings IU Fall Job Fairs Campus Open Houses, Fairs, and Festivals RecFest Sex, Drugs, and Rock ’n Roll Required Residence Hall Meetings Traditions and Spirit of IU Taste of the Union Midnight Madness

Saturday, August 27 New Student Service Day Outdoor Pool Party

Sunday, August 28

FaithFest Residence Hall Floor Meetings (includes returning students)

Monday, August 29 First Day of Classes!

Look inside for more details!


Get Ready ... Welcome Week will answer many of your questions. It is full of opportunities to get out, get involved, and get informed. There really is no better time to discover all that awaits you here at IU.

Get Set ... To begin, look through this checklist and try to complete the tasks before the week is up. Whether you arrive early or come on Move-in Day, check these items off and you’ll be on your way to getting acquainted with campus.  

Get settled in your room. Make it your home away from home. Hit Midnight Madness on Friday night for things you forgot! Review this booklet and learn about all of the events that will be taking place during Welcome Week.

 Residents: Get to know your Resident Assistant (RA), the Welcome Week Assistants (WWAs), and your neighbors. Begin building relationships with all the people you are going to be living with for the next nine months. 

Attend the Freshman Induction Ceremony and Picnic on Wednesday—you’ll be glad you did. Be sure to invite your family.

Go to all of your residence hall and floor activities, the Off-Campus Freshman Meeting, or Transfer Kick-Off. Some Welcome Week events are optional, others are required, but all are important.

Bright Ideas and Clues Watch for these symbols throughout this book for special reminders! Need extra assistance? Contact us at (812) 855-HELP (4357) or fye@indiana.edu.

Get Ready, Get Set

Now that you’ve arrived on campus, you might find yourself asking, “So what should I do next? Where should I go? How do I get started?”


Get Ready, Get Set

Be prepared for and attend all of your scheduled academic commitments. This includes your school/college academic orientation on Thursday, advising meetings, and any placement exams you may still need to take.

Learn about cultural opportunities on campus. Visit at least one museum and check out this year’s IU Auditorium, theatre, and music performance schedules. Be sure to attend CultureFest on Thursday.

Find out about the support services and educational resources on campus. Hit as many open houses as you can on Friday afternoon and qualify for great prizes and giveaways!

Take your class schedule and find each of your classrooms. Maybe you’ll even have the opportunity to introduce yourself to a professor or instructor. Look for IU Guides on your first days of class to help you find your way.

Visit the bookstores. Take your class schedule when you buy your books. Many residence halls plan group trips to the bookstores and make it a social event.

Do something social. Take advantage of the opportunities in your residence hall, and don’t miss the Traditions and Spirit of IU on Friday where you’ll experience the excitement of being a Hoosier at Assembly Hall!

Establish a local banking account and plan your budget. Don’t get caught short later by not planning ahead.

Visit the Herman B Wells Library and its Welcome Week Open House to learn about all of the information, resources, and services you’ll be using for your classes.

Work out at the Student Recreational Sports Center (SRSC) or the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) center.

Explore your service opportunities at IU and in the Bloomington community by joining your new friends at New Student Service Day on Saturday, August 27.

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New Students: Visit us on the web at fye.indiana.edu now and throughout your first year—and be sure to read the e-newsletters sent to your IU email. We’ll help you connect with information AND events!

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Welcome Week Activities August 24

Wednesday, August 24 8 a.m. Residence Halls Open Take the morning and afternoon to get settled into your new home. Check your residence hall schedule for planned activities throughout the rest of the week.

2 p.m. or 4 p.m. FRESHMAN INDUCTION CEREMONY, IU Auditorium The Freshman Induction Ceremony is a long-standing tradition for all entering students and their families. Attend either the 2 p.m. or 4 p.m. ceremony. Join faculty, staff, and students as

IU President Michael McRobbie, Provost Karen Hanson, and other distinguished guests will welcome and inspire the 2011 freshman class.

Freshman Induction Ceremony

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we mark the beginning of your IU experience. Each ceremony is followed by our traditional Induction Picnic behind the Lilly Library and Woodburn Hall. Visit www.iu.edu/~induct/ for more information.

3–3:45 p.m. IUBeginnings Celebration, Fine Arts 015

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Join other 2011 IUBeginnings participants to celebrate your adventure. Family invited. Join in the Freshman Induction Ceremony afterward!

5:45 p.m. Off-Campus Freshman Meeting, Woodburn Hall 003 Students who have been exempt from living in the residence halls will not want to miss this session. Meet other students and learn ways to stay connected throughout the year.

6 p.m. Transfer Kick-Off, Woodburn Hall 009 Transfer students need information too! Get the scoop on Welcome Week and beyond as you make IU Bloomington your new home. Door prizes awarded! Also, feel free to stop by the picnic behind Woodburn Hall before the meeting.

EVENING HOURS Residence Hall Floor Meetings Get off to a great start while getting to know other new students in your residence community and your Resident Assistant (RA). These meetings are required of all new students in the residence halls. Check with the RAs in your center for the appropriate time and location.

CHECK WITH YOUR RA FOR DETAILS Social Activities in the Residence Halls Get to know your new community and neighbors.

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Thursday, August 25 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Hutton Honors College Meeting Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall 9–10:30 a.m.: Hutton students with last names beginning A-L. 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.: Hutton students with last names beginning M-Z.

August 25

Meet the Hutton Honors College’s academic advisors, staff, and other students. This meeting is required for all firstyear students in the Hutton Honors College and will include important news and information.

9:30–10:30 a.m. Groups Student Support Services Advising Meetings Ballantine Hall (see your personalized notification for room number) A required session for all students in the Groups program.

11 a.m. Groups Student Support Services 2011 Ballantine Hall 013 This required session for Groups students is an opportunity to meet with the program director and learn more about what your year will hold.

1 p.m. Y103 Political Science Special Credit Exam Woodburn Hall 200 Please call (812) 855-6308 by 4 p.m. on August 23 to preregister for this exam. There is no charge to take the exam.

3–4 p.m. Academic Orientation Events The faculty and staff of your school or college want to welcome you to campus and share some important information related to your academic area. This event will give you the opportunity to meet the people who will be a part of your academic experience. Each school and college will follow an individualized program.

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Academic Orientation Events Locations Living on campus? Meet in your center—RAs and WWAs will escort you from your residence hall to these events. u

College of Arts and Sciences Majors Expo:

Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall and the Solarium

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University Division Exploratory Students:

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Kelley School of Business: Second Floor Hall of Honor

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School of Education: Wright Education Building, Atrium

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School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation: HPER Building, Tony A. Mobley Auditorium

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School of Informatics and Computing: Informatics

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School of Journalism: Ernie Pyle Hall 220. Academic Orientation for all incoming freshmen interested in Journalism. (Media Scholars also attend at 1 p.m., Ernie Pyle Lounge, EP 203. Ernie Pyle Scholars also attend a reception at 2 p.m. in the Journalism Library, EP 102.)

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School of Nursing: Ballantine Hall 013

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Jacobs School of Music: Auer Hall

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School of Public and Environmental Affairs: SPEA Building, Room 167

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School of Social Work: Social Work Building,

1127 Atwater

Be sure to attend Academic Orientation in order to hear about the expectations and great opportunities that exist in your intended major.

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4:30–7:30 p.m. CULTUREFEST, IU Auditorium Explore and celebrate the diverse cultures of Indiana University. You’ll experience live music, great food, henna tattoos, and more. Get free food vouchers, valid at all CultureFest booths, by attending the indoor portion (4:30-5:20) of the event. CultureFest is a true IU tradition.

Food sampling is always a favorite activity at CultureFest. 7:30–9:30 p.m. CultureFest After-Party at the IU Art Museum August 25

IU Art Museum Join us for the newly renovated IU Art Museum’s CultureFest After-Party, welcoming new and returning students with an event featuring dance music, sweets, and treats. Celebrate our 70th anniversary at this casual and fun free event.

8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Evening Film at the Union Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series, invites you to attend an evening film screening of the blockbuster hit. IU students with ID are free.

9 p.m.–11 p.m. pLaY iT uP: Game Night @ the Wells Library Games, food, and fun await you in the Wells Library. Video, board, card, or active games — we have something for everyone! Show off your gaming skills, enjoy refreshments, find out what the libraries have to offer, or just see and be seen. The IU Libraries are not only centers for research, study, and learning at IUB, they are also places to meet new friends and relax. Let the games begin!

EVENING HOURS

Various Activities in the Residence Halls Join other new students in a variety of fun activities. Check your residence hall for a schedule.

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Friday, August 26 8:30–10:30 a.m. Required Academic Advising Meetings: University Division Students and Kelley School of Business Direct Admit Students Your academic advisor can play a very important role in your transition to, and success at, IU Bloomington, and this is your first chance to meet. You received an email notifying you of your assigned academic advisor’s meeting time and location. Questions? UD Students, call (812) 855-6768; Kelley students, call (812) 855-0611.

9–10 a.m. Journalism Direct Admit Academic Advising

August 26

Journalism Auditorium, EP 220 Meeting for students directly admitted into the School of Journalism.

9–11 a.m. and 1–3 p.m. (Please plan around your advising meeting.) IU Fall Jobs Fair Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall Talk to employers about part-time employment on campus and in the Bloomington community. • 9–11 a.m.: Work-Study Jobs • 1–3 p.m.: Non-Work-Study Jobs

11 a.m.–12 p.m. Safety at IU: A Reality Check Woodburn 120 Get straight talk from IU Police Department officers on the risks students encounter most often on campus. Hear insider tips on how to avoid and manage risky situations, and find out how to have fun at IU without getting arrested.

12–1 p.m. Student Technology at IU Ballantine Hall 005 Award winning and cutting edge—that is what IU’s technology services are all about. From IU Mobile to IUware to tools such as OneStart and Oncourse, we’ll help you get connected and stay informed about IT at IU.

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Now is the time to walk around and become familiar with campus resources and buildings. You can learn about the important services you may need, get free stuff, and have fun along the way! 12–2 p.m. CAMPUS OPEN HOUSES AND FAIRS IU has so many resources to help you succeed. Take this opportunity to explore some of the support systems that are in place to assist you in your academic and personal success. RAs and WWAs will lead campus tours that will include these sites, or you can explore them on your own.

Academic Support Center Briscoe, Forest, and Teter Residence Halls Check out the academic support system that is available to you, even late into the night, in all three neighborhoods on campus. The ASC is designed to help you with your academic endeavors. Come see what we have to offer.

Asian Culture Center, 807 E. Tenth Street

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Stop by and learn about the services and programs the center offers. Let us know about your interests and how we can make your time at IU an enjoyable and rewarding experience. We’ll have a light lunch ready for you and your friends. More about the ACC on www.indiana.edu/~acc.

First Nations Educational and Cultural Center (FNECC) 400 N. Sunrise Drive, Weatherly Hall 203 Meet the staff and students of the FNECC while learning about its support system and the fun and educational opportunities within the center.

Student Legal Services, 703 E. Seventh Street Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Support Services, 705 E. Seventh Street Latino Culture Center (La Casa), 715 E. Seventh Street Episcopal Campus Ministry, 719 E. Seventh Street Join the house party with four front doors. The day promises to be a lot of fun and will include music, refreshments, and laughter on the front lawns of these four houses. Find out more about these offices and enjoy some free food and fun conversation while you’re at it.

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Herman B Wells Library Corner of Tenth Street and Jordan Avenue Old, stuffy, boring, quiet? Not us! Your IU Libraries are the information resource on campus, offering research assistance, group study, technology support, and so much more (including quiet study space and food!). Start your year off right by getting to know the IU Libraries and how its resources and people can help you succeed at IU.

Leo R. Dowling International Center 111 S. Jordan Avenue Join us for refreshments, a brief tour, and to become acquainted with the International Center’s staff. Learn about international education and ways that you can get involved with international students. Our center serves as a hub for cultural, educational, and social programs and activities for international students, visiting scholars, and members of the IU and Bloomington community. We look forward to meeting you!

Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center

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275 N. Jordan Avenue Let the NMBCC become your home away from home. Enjoy a warm, welcoming, and fun atmosphere. Meet the staff and other students and learn about the great activities planned for the upcoming year. CultureFest

12–3 p.m. Sex, Drugs, and Rock ’n Roll, Showalter Fountain

Sex, Drugs, and Rock ’n Roll will feature music, interactive booths, snow cones, cotton candy, and a simulated driving course. Come meet friends, get to know several student groups and the staff at various campus offices, and pick up valuable resources while having a fun afternoon. Once you’ve attended the Culture Centers’ Open Houses and RecSports’ RecFest, come experience Sex, Drugs, and Rock ’n Roll.

1–3 p.m. RecFest, Woodlawn Field Learn about IU Campus Recreational Sports programs and activities at this annual extravaganza. Enjoy free food, giveaways, entertainment, and games while discovering all of your options with Recreational Sports. From our amazing facilities and programs, to Intramural Sports and Club Sports, Aquatics, Group Exercise Sessions, Personal Training, and more—come check it out!

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Each night during Welcome Week, remember to review the activities for the following day. You may have a placement test or an advising session to attend! Prior to Traditions and Spirit of IU Required Residence Hall Meetings Meet other new students and learn the important details about your new home. This is your chance to gear up for the Traditions and Spirit of IU event, so put on your face paint, wear your IU clothes, and get ready to show the rest of campus your school spirit! See your RA for specific time and location.

Traditions and Spirit of IU

How much IU spirit do you have? Hosted by the Office of First Year Experience Programs, IU Athletics, and Residential Programs and Services, this Welcome Week tradition is one you won’t want to miss! The prize giveaways start when the doors open at 4 p.m. and it just gets better from there. Afterward, hop on the bus or walk south to the Union for fun, food, and more.

5–8 p.m. Taste of the Union, Indiana Memorial Union Who can resist food, fun, and lots of entertainment? The Taste of the Union event has all of this and more. Students who attend will enjoy dinner options throughout the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU). There is live music, karaoke, games, and prizes—all for free at the Taste of the Union. Explore all of the services at the IMU: bowling and billiards, movies, video games, comedy shows, and more. There will also be many opportunities for students to meet peers from across campus while getting a true taste of all the Union has to offer. 11

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4:30 p.m. Traditions and Spirit of IU, Assembly Hall


6:30 p.m. Welcome Shabbat 7:30 p.m. FREE Shabbat Dinner Helene G. Simon Hillel Center, 730 E. Third Street Welcome to your first Shabbat at IU. Choose from Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, or Learners Services, or an Alternative to Shabbat, each beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by a free Shabbat dinner. There will be the option to meet at McNutt Residence Center desk at 5:45 p.m. to walk over to Shabbat services. For more information, go to iuhillel.org or call (812) 336-3824.

EVENING HOURS

Various Activities in the Residence Halls Check your residence hall for a schedule.

8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Evening Film at the Union Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series, invites you to attend an evening film screening of the blockbuster hit. IU students with ID are free.

August 26

10 p.m.–2 a.m. Midnight Madness Whether you need school supplies or decorations for your room, join other IU students for Midnight Madness. We’ll take shuttle buses from campus to a local discount store offering great specials, drawings for big prizes, and more—just for students, just for tonight. Buses will stop near each residence hall. Check postings in your residence hall for exact times and locations.

Midnight Madness is always a great time.

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Saturday, August 27 ALL-DAY RESIDENCE HALL ACTIVITIES

Check the schedule in your residence hall. Activities may include games, tournaments, museum trips, tours, book-buying expeditions, and picnics.

8:30 a.m.–1 p.m. New Student Service Day Fine Arts 015 and into Bloomington This is a great way to get involved with Bloomington, your new community! For all new students who have already made reservations to participate, remember to check your email confirmation regarding today’s schedule. If you have not yet made your reservation, please email iuserve@indiana.edu or call First Year Experience Programs at (812) 855-4357 for more information, updates, or to sign up! Don’t miss your chance to help out, have fun, and make friends in Bloomington!

1–5 p.m. Outdoor Pool Party IU Outdoor Pool, corner of 17th Street and Fee Lane Enjoy some fun in the sun with IU Dance Marathon and the IU Tourism Club. Grab your sunscreen and beach towel—we’ll provide games, food, and music at this exciting event. Entry to the event costs $5 and helps to benefit Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Evening Film at the Union Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

August 27

Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series, invites you to attend an evening film screening of the blockbuster hit. IU students with ID are free.

EVENING HOURS Various Activities in the Residence Halls Need help finding your way? Look for IU Guides to help you navigate campus! Faculty, staff, and students will be stationed at hightraffic areas to give you answers, directions, and campus maps during the first two days of class. 13


Sunday, August 28 ALL-DAY RESIDENCE HALL ACTIVITIES Check the schedule in your residence hall. Activities may include games, tournaments, museum trips, tours, book-buying expeditions, and picnics.

1–3 p.m. FaithFest Dunn Meadow (adjacent to the IMU) A variety of religious groups will welcome you to campus and provide information about their activities. There will also be free food, prizes, and a lot of fun. Come and meet the unique and diverse religious groups on campus and in Bloomington.

5–7 p.m. Hillel Opening BBQ Helene G. Simon Hillel Center, 730 E. Third Street Get a taste of Jewish life at IU at your “home away from home.” The student board and staff of Hillel welcome all new and returning Jewish students to this free barbeque. Stop by and learn about the excitement and diversity of one of the most active Hillel programs in the country. For more information, go to iuhillel.org or call (812) 336-3824.

6:30 p.m. Student Cookout

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St. Paul Catholic Center, 1413 E. 17th Street Connect with the center and with many of IU’s Catholic students after Sunday’s 5:30 Mass. This active and studentcentered resource is a great place to start your year.

EVENING HOURS Residence Hall Floor Meetings Get to know others in your community! This is a required meeting for all new and returning students on your floor. Times may vary; check with your RA for details.

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Activities During the First Week of Classes and Beyond s classes begin, orientation continues with programming and activities all across campus. Be sure to read your email updates and check listings in the residence halls, the Indiana Memorial Union, student support offices, and the Indiana Daily Student (IDS). Look for great social events, tours, academic support workshops, and programs to help you make the most of your IU experience.

Monday, August 29 First Day of Classes!

Be on the lookout for IU Guides on Monday and Tuesday of the week—they will have campus maps, information, and a smile and are ready to help you get to the right places!

Wednesday, August 31 7 p.m. Optional Biology Advanced Placement Exam, Jordan Hall Unable to take the test during New Student Orientation? Contact the Department of Biology at (812) 855-3810 for more information and to register for the exam.

Thursday, September 1 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Evening Film at the Union Everything Must Go

Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series, invites you to attend an evening film screening of the blockbuster hit. IU students with ID are free.

Friday, September 2 5–6:30 p.m. Welcome Reception featuring IU’s Asian and Asian American Student Groups Asian Culture Center, 807 E. Tenth Street New and returning students: meet the student leaders of Asian and Asian American student groups on campus and learn about the programs and services that the ACC provides to students, faculty, staff, and community members. There will 15

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be music, games, and a light dinner catered by local Asian restaurants. Bring your friends along. For more info, email acc@indiana.edu or visit www.iub.edu/~acc.

8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Evening Film at the Union Everything Must Go

Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series, invites you to attend an evening film screening of the blockbuster hit. IU students with ID are free.

Saturday, September 3 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Evening Film at the Union Everything Must Go

Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series, invites you to attend an evening film screening of the blockbuster hit. IU students with ID are free.

Sunday, September 4 2–5 p.m. Interfraternity Council Formal Recruitment Kickoff Dunn Meadow (adjacent to the IMU) Interested male students must attend this event to be eligible to participate in Formal Recruitment. Each student will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from each fraternity recognized by the Interfraternity Council. For more information, visit iubifc.com. Students interested in the event can register online to have a better chance of getting into a house at http://indianaifc.mycampusdirector.com.

Tuesday, September 6 6–7:30 p.m. Premed Freshman Orientation Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium This meeting is considered required for students considering medical school. Visit www.hpplc.indiana.edu to join the Health Professions and Prelaw Center email list and receive information and notice of events for premed students.

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Wednesday, September 7 Indiana Memorial Union parking lot near Woodburn Hall and Ballantine Hall Explore many of IU’s wonderful organizations and opportunities to get connected and involved.

Thursday, September 8 5–9 p.m. Mall 101 Madness College Mall Come join FYE and IU Athletics for activities, prizes, and great deals at College Mall. Don’t miss your first lesson in Mall 101 and area bus services! Information will be posted at campus bus stops to help you get there.

6 p.m. Multicultural Greek Council Call-Out Meeting Dunn Meadow To learn more about these organizations and upcoming events, please visit www.indiana.edu/~mcgc.

6–7:30 p.m. Prelaw Freshman Orientation Law School Moot Court Room 123 This meeting is considered required for students considering law school. Visit www.hpplc.indiana.edu to join the Health Professions and Prelaw Center email list and receive information and notice of events for prelaw students.

Friday, September 9 12–3 p.m. Interfraternity Council House Tours at Fraternity Houses Male students interested in houses can attend this event and see every fraternity house at IU. All individuals interested must attend at least 8 out of the 30 houses in order to rush a fraternity house. • Men with last names beginnings with A-M will tour on the Jordan extension. • Men with last names beginning with N-Z will tour on Jordan, Seventh, and Third Streets.

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4–5:30 p.m. International Student Welcome Reception Leo R. Dowling International Center, 111 S. Jordan Avenue The International Center will hold its annual welcome reception for all new and returning international students.

Sunday, September 11 9/11 Remembrance Events The IU Bloomington campus will present activities to honor the victims of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Visit www.iub.edu/sept11 for specific events, times, and locations.

12–3 p.m. Interfraternity Council House Tours at Fraternity Houses Male students interested in houses can attend this event and see every fraternity house at IU. All individuals interested must attend at least 8 out of the 30 houses in order to rush a fraternity house. • Men with last names starting A-M will tour on Jordan, Seventh, and Third Streets. • Men with last names starting N-Z will tour on the Jordan Extension.

Monday, September 12 5–6 p.m. Commission on Multicultural Understanding Call-Out Leo R. Dowling International Center, 111 S. Jordan Avenue A welcome reception and information session for new and returning students interested in working with those who create a just, welcoming, open campus. Come join us.

Thursday, September 15 4:30–7:30 p.m. National Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-Off Latino Culture Center (La Casa) Join us for this outdoor house party to celebrate and kickoff National Hispanic Heritage Month. The event promises to be a lot of fun and will include music, food, and laughter on the lawn of La Casa. Head on over and find out more about upcoming events and enjoy some free food, music, and fun activities. Open to all.

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Friday–Sunday, September 16–18 Freshman Family Weekend

Sunday, September 18 12–5 p.m. Bloomington Multicultural Expo Bryan Park, 1001 S. Henderson Street Featuring five villages (Festival Latino, International Festival, Moon Festival, Native American Festival, and Soul Festival), this annual event celebrates the diverse populations living in Bloomington and promotes appreciation and respect for the value and strength of a diverse community. Everyone is invited to enjoy the entertainment, food, and activities. Sponsored by Indiana University, City of Bloomington, Ivy Tech Community College, and the Monroe County Community School Corporation.

Thursday, September 29–October 7 Habitat Build Shifts: 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. and 1–5 p.m.

Near the DeVault Alumni Center Be part of the tradition! IU will once again partner with Whirlpool Corporation and Habitat for Humanity on an exciting project this fall. The three organizations will work together on a one-week blitz build taking place on campus. Contact KISI@indiana.edu for more information.

Sunday, October 2 4 and 6 p.m. Greek Opportunities for Women: Panhellenic Council, Multi-Cultural Greek Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council Recruitment Call-Out Meeting Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall An informational meeting for women students interested in learning more about sorority involvement at IU. For more information, go to iubpha.com for PHA recruitment, www. indiana.edu/~nphc/ for NPHC recruitment, and www.indiana. edu/~mcgc/ for MCGC recruitment. 19

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Invite your family and have a great weekend together. Show off all your newfound knowledge of campus or continue to explore together. For details about weekend events, call (812) 8558187 and visit our Parents Association website at dsa.indiana. edu/parents.html for more information about events, including the IU vs. South Carolina State football game!


INDIANA UNIVERSITY CONTACT INFORMATION IU Contacts

(From any campus phone, simply dial the last five numbers.)

IU Call Center (812) 855-IUIU (4848)

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES Bursar bursar.indiana.edu (812) 855-2636

First Year Experience Programs fye.indiana.edu (812) 855-4357

Registrar www.registrar.indiana.edu (812) 855-0121

Residential Programs and Services (housing) www.rps.indiana.edu (812) 855-1764

Student Financial Assistance (financial aid) www.indiana.edu/~sfa (812) 855-0321

CAMPUS SUPPORT RESOURCES Academic Support Center www.indiana.edu/~acadsupp/ASChome.shtml (812) 855-6931

Bulletins on the Web www.indiana.edu/~bulletin

Campus Card Services www.cacard.indiana.edu (812) 855-8711

Career Development Center and Arts and Sciences Career Services www.indiana.edu/~career (812) 855-5234

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Disability Services for Students www2.dsa.indiana.edu/dss (812) 855-7578 IU Contacts

Groups Student Support Services www.indiana.edu/~groups (812) 855-0507

Health Center healthcenter.indiana.edu (812) 855-4011

Health Professions and Prelaw Center hpplc.indiana.edu (812) 855-1873

Hutton Honors College www.indiana.edu/~iubhonor (812) 855-3555

IU Libraries www.libraries.iub.edu (812) 855-0100

Office of Student Organizations and Leadership Development sao.indiana.edu (812) 855-4311

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Student Academic Center www.indiana.edu/~sac (812) 855-7313

University Information Technology Services (UITS) uits.iu.edu (812) 855-6789 (computing support)

IU Contacts

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING Bloomington Shuttle Service www.bloomingtonshuttle.com (812) 332-6004 or toll free (800) 589-6004

Bloomington Transit www.bloomingtontransit.com (812) 336-RIDE (7433)

Campus Bus Service www.iubus.indiana.edu (812) 855-8384

Parking Operations www.parking.indiana.edu (812) 855-9848

Residential Services Parking www.rps.indiana.edu/parking.cfml (812) 855-9849

Star of America www.starofamerica.com toll free (800) 933-0097

THINGS TO SEE AND DO Indiana Memorial Union www.imu.indiana.edu toll free (800) 209-8145

IU Art Museum www.indiana.edu/~iuam (812) 855-5445

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IU Athletics www.iuhoosiers.com (812) 855-2794 Ticket Office: (812) 855-4006 or toll free (866) IUSPORTS

IU Auditorium www.IUauditorium.com (812) 855-1103

IU Campus Recreational Sports IU Contacts

www.iurecsports.org (812) 855-7772

Lilly Library www.indiana.edu/~liblilly (812) 855-2452

Mathers Museum of World Cultures www.indiana.edu/~mathers (812) 855-6873

Musical Arts Center www.music.indiana.edu/events (812) 855-1583

Visit Bloomington/Monroe County Convention and Visitors Bureau www.visitbloomington.com (812) 334-8900 or toll free (800) 800-0037

IU Visitor Information Center www.indiana.edu/~iuvis (812) 856-GOIU (4648) Also check the student newspaper, the Indiana Daily Student (IDS), for current events by picking up a copy on campus or visiting the website at www.idsnews.com.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution. Students who may need disability support services should visit the Office of Disability Services for Students website at www.indiana.edu/~iubdss or phone (812) 855-7578. TTY, (812) 856-2264. Si desea recibir información adicional sobre Indiana University en español, por favor comuníquese con La Casa, el Centro Cultural Latino, al (812) 855-0174 o envíe un mensaje por correo electrónico (e-mail) a lacasa@indiana.edu. © August 2011

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CAMPUS MAP

Admissions Office...............................OA Alumni Center, Virgil T. DeVault.........AM Armstrong Stadium (Little 500/ Soccer Stadium) ...........................A1 Art Museum .......................................FV Ashton Residence Center...................AR Asian Culture Center.......................... A3 Assembly Hall.................................... AS Atwater Eye Care Center.....................CL Auditorium..........................................AD Ballantine Hall...................................BH Beck Chapel.......................................BE Billy Hayes Track.................................HY Briscoe Residence Center...................BQ Bryan Hall...........................................BY Bryan House.......................................BX Business, Kelley School of..................BU Career Development Center................PC Carmichael Center..............................C3 Chemistry, Department of..................CH

(D3) (B2) (A3) (C2) (C3) (C1) (B2) (D1) (C2) (D2) (D2) (A2) (B2) (D1) (D2) (C2) (C2) (D1) (D2)

Cinema, IU.........................................CN Collins Living-Learning Center Brown Hall....................................BR Cravens Hall................................ME Edmondson Hall...........................EO Greene Hall...................................GH Smith Hall.....................................S8 Education Building, Wendell W. Wright......................................ED Eigenmann Residence Center............EG Fieldhouse, Harry Gladstein Indoor Track Facility......................NF Fine Arts, Henry Radford Hope School of..............................FA Forest Residence Center.....................FR Foster Residence Center.....................FO Franklin Hall........................................FF Geology, Department of......................GY Graduate and Executive Education  Center, William J. Godfrey.............CG Health Center.....................................HC Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Complex (HPER).........HP Honors College, Edward L. Hutton......HU Indiana Memorial Union.....................UB Informatics East..................................I2 Informatics West....................................I International Programs......................M3 Jordan Hall..........................................JH Journalism, Ernie Pyle Hall  School of.......................................EP Kirkwood Hall.....................................KH Kirkwood Observatory.........................OB La Casa/Latino Cultural Center..........LZ Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center...............................TH Law, Maurer School of........................LW Library, Herman B Wells.......................LI Lilly Library..........................................LL Union Street Center............................US Lindley Hall.........................................LH Mason Hall........................................MQ Mathers Museum...............................M2 Maxwell Hall......................................MX McNutt Residence Center..................MN Mellencamp Pavilion..........................MV Memorial Hall....................................MM Memorial Stadium.............................MS Merrill Hall.........................................MH Monroe Hall.......................................MW Morgan Hall.......................................MR Morrison Hall.....................................MO

(C2) (C2) (C1) (C1) (C2) (C1) (D3) (C3) (A2) (C2) (D3) (C2) (D1) (C2) (C2) (C3) (C2) (C1) (D1) (C2) (C1) (D1) (D2) (D1) (D1) (D1) (C1) (C2) (D1) (C2) (D2) (C3) (D1) (D3) (C1) (D1) (B2) (A1) (D2) (A1) (D2) (C1) (C1) (D2)

Multidisciplinary Science Building 2......................................S2 Music Library & Recital Center,  Bess Meshulam Simon..................M Music Practice Building.......................P Musical Arts Center (MAC)................MC Myers Hall..........................................MY Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center...TH Optometry, School of..........................OP Owen Hall..........................................OW Parking Garage—Atwater..................G5 Parking Garage—Fee Lane................G1 Parking Garage—Henderson.............G6 Parking Garage—Jordan Avenue.......G3 Parking Garage—Poplars..................G2 Pool, Outdoor......................................OD Poplars...............................................PO Psychology, Department of.................PY Public and Environmental Affairs,  School of (SPEA)...........................PV Radio-Television Center (WFIU and WTIU)...........................TV Rawles Hall........................................RH Read Residence Center......................RE Simon Hall (Multi-Disciplinary Sciences).......................................SI Social Work, School of........................WU Speech and Hearing Sciences............SG Student Building................................SB Student Legal Services.......................LV Student Recreational  Sports Center (SRSC)...................RB Swain Hall East..................................SE Swain Hall West.................................SW Sycamore Hall.....................................SY Tennis Center.......................................TP Teter Residence Center........................TE Union Street Center............................US Wildermuth Intramural Center (HPER Complex)...............MG Willkie Residence Center.....................WI Woodburn Hall...................................WH Wright Residence Center....................WT Wylie Hall...........................................WY Need a campus question answered? Contact the Campus Call Center, (812) 855-4848 or AskIU@iu.edu. Stop by the IU Visitor Information Center in Carmichael Center (C3).

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