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Enrollment and Student Academic Information Bulletin

IU Health Center

IU Health Center
600 North Jordan across from the Main Library
Telephone: (812) 855-4011
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday (fall and spring semesters only, check website for specific dates)
After-Hours Nurse Line: 812-855-4011, option 5
Book your appointments online:


The Health Center offers a variety of services provided by professionals with specialized training and experience in college student health care. The Health Center has earned full accreditation by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care, a nationally known accreditation and review organization.

Medical care is provided for many types of health concerns. Scheduled appointments are available by calling (812) 855-7688. A walk-in clinic is offered for urgent health problems. Other services: gynecology, lab tests, x-rays, allergy shots, immunizations, physical therapy, acute eye clinic, sports performance clinic, and pharmacy.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), located on the fourth floor of the Health Center (812-855-5711), is available for a variety of concerns. Individual, couples, and group therapy is provided by psychologists and clinical social workers; psychiatric consultation is also available. Video counseling is also an option (in Indiana only). Students who pay the health fee receive three free counseling sessions per semester. Check our website for a current schedule of groups and workshops.

The Sexual Assault Crisis Service (SACS) provides crisis intervention and counseling to victims of sexual assault and their family and friends. For SACS services, including crisis response, call 812-855-8900. Services are free and available to all members of the university community. Counselors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Health and Wellness provides individual services for nutrition, sexual health, tobacco cessation, and massage therapy. Additionally, 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, developing resiliency, nutrition, weight reduction, sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity, tobacco cessation, and building healthy relationships.

Substance Use Intervention Services offers a safe, judgment-free space for drug and alcohol use and recovery support through the Collegiate Recovery Community. To reduce the harm created by the presence and use of alcohol and other drugs on campus, we provide education, brief intervention to students and student groups, programming, and recovery support to students on campus. We are located at 506 N. Fess Ave. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. Evening and weekend appointments are available by request. For more information, visit

IU Health Center Pharmacy will fill or refill prescriptions from any licensed U.S. prescriber, including your hometown doctor. Prescriptions can be filled promptly while you wait or you can call ahead for same-day refills to pick up at your convenience. Most prescriptions with additional refills at another pharmacy can be transferred to our location. Bring in the prescription label and we'll handle the paperwork. The Health Center does file claims for prescription medications. If you have an insurance card for prescription drug coverage, please present your card to our pharmacy. Additionally, the pharmacy now delivers prescription medications to campus residence halls. Students taking a medication that is refilled on a monthly basis (excluding controlled substances) can have it delivered at no additional charge. Click here to enroll.


Payment for services may be made by cash, check, debit, or credit, or enrolled students may transfer charges directly to the Bursar’s Office. With the exception of Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans, we do not accept insurance for medical services. (Check with Blue Cross and Blue Shield to see if Indiana University Health Center is in network with your specific plan.) The cashier will provide an itemized receipt for you to submit to your insurance company. If you are enrolled in Blue Cross and Blue Shield, please present your insurance card to the cashier on your first visit.

Please note the Health Center is not a contracted provider for Medicaid, Medicare, or the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP). Students with these types of insurance should use an in-network provider to maximize their benefits. If the patient chooses to use the Health Center, claims will not be submitted and the patient will be responsible for all charges.

Students currently enrolled in three or more credit hours are entitled to services at a significant discount (some free) by paying the mandatory health fee. Students who are enrolled in less than three credits may pay the health fee directly at the Health Center. Spouses and dependents of students (12 years or older) are eligible for services, but are not eligible to pay the health fee.