Student Health Center
600 N Eagleson Ave.
Telephone: (812) 855-4011
After-Hours Nurse Line: 812-855-4011, option 5
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
Schedule an appointment online: scheduler.iuhc.iub.edu/scheduler
The IU Student Health Center provides high-quality medical, mental health, and wellness services all in the heart of campus. It is a one-stop shop for all your health care needs and specializes in treating college-aged patients.
- Want to attend a wellness event? View our calendar to find opportunities to get involved: events.iu.edu/healthcenteriub
- Same-day appointments
- Online scheduling
- Virtual and in-person appointments
- Services include: primary care, gynecology, lab tests, x-rays, allergy shots, immunizations, physical therapy, acute eye care.
- On-campus pharmacy offering prescription and over-the-counter medication. Services include online refills, curbside pick-up, and free delivery to residence halls. go.iu.edu/pharmacy
- We've got you covered. Now keeping more students healthy by accepting a variety of insurance providers. Learn more and upload your insurance card: go.iu.edu/HealthInsurance
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Housed in the Student Health Center Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), provides a variety of ways you can receive support from a trained counselor including short-term individual and couples counseling, longer-term group counseling, and 24/7 emergency services. CAPS also offers many free support groups and workshops, outreach activities, and mental health resources. go.iu.edu/caps
- All IU students paying the Student Health Fee will receive two free CAPS counseling visits each semester. You’ll also receive a free, 30-minute CAPS Now
- Free weekly drop-in workshops on mindfulness, stress management, sleep, anxiety, and more.
- Free support group topics such as managing emotions, grief and loss, gender expressions, empowering students of color, chronic illness, healthy relationships, and more!
- WellTrack app a free online resource for stress, anxiety, depression, and resilience.
- Sexual Assault Crisis Service: A special part of CAPS, staffed by counselors who specialize in working with those who have experience sexual violence. All services are free and available to all members of the IU community that have experienced a sexual assault.
- Get involved with Crimson Corps, a group of IU students trained by CAPS staff to provide informal, accepting, non-judgmental support to their peers.
Wellness and Health Promotion
Provides health coaching, nutrition, sexual health, and tobacco/vaping cessation services. go.iu.edu/wellness
- All full-time students receive one free nutrition consultation and health coaching appointment each semester.
- Health Coaching: Do you have a good sense of what you’re wanting in life, but need help getting there? At the Student Health Center, our Health Coaches are here to cheer you on. Health Coaches offer professional, holistic guidance on physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing, life planning, time management, and more. If you have paid the Student Health Fee, your first visit each semester is free. go.iu.edu/healthcoaching
- Tobacco & Vaping Cessation: It's no fun running on fumes. Tobacco use is linked to higher rates of fatigue, depression, and anxiety. Take back control. Make a free appointment with a cessation specialist: go.iu.edu/quitnow
- Safer Sex Express: We make it easy to have safer sex. Order safer sex supplies like condoms, lubricant, and dental dams, and have them mailed directly and discretely to your residence (in the US) for free. Learn more and sign-up at go.iu.edu/safersex
- Request a presentation: Health educators are available to provide information on a variety of health topics to individuals, groups, and academic classes. Examples of frequently requested topics include: stress management, resiliency, nutrition, sexuality, and building healthy relationships. Request a presentation
- Get involved with our Peer Health and Wellness Educators (PHWEs). Our PHWEs are a diverse group of IU students who facilitate health promotion outreach education and programming to their peers to improve their overall health and wellness. Learn more: go.iu.edu/phwe