IU's Fall 2020 operations website contains information to help you prepare for the semester.
Those working on campus must complete Community Responsibility Acknowledgement Form
All individuals working on campus must complete the Community Responsibility Acknowledgement Form available through One.IU (CAS login required). It takes only a few minutes. Complete and submit the form online. After submitting, you should receive an email acknowledgement.
Visit IU's Coronavirus COVID-19 website for the latest university updates as well as an FAQ page. The FAQ page provides answers to common questions and links to resources—including what to do if you suspect you have COVID-19.
IUB sources of emergency funding
IUB campus COVID-19 financial assistance for students
Emergency fund to assist IUB Biology graduate students
IU College of Arts and Sciences emergency funding
IU Office of International Services
IU Student Advocates Office emergency support fund
IU Student Government donated $100,000 to the on-campus food pantry, Crimson Cupboard, and to students financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic. If you need financial assistance you can submit an application. (Read the IDS article for details.)
The Crimson Cupboard is open for food pickup; check the website for hours.
Hoosier Hills Food Bank has compiled area food resources into two brochures. The brochures include food pantries, locations serving meals, and other resources.
- Finding food in Monroe County
- Finding food in Brown, Lawrence, Martin, Orange, and Owen Counties
Fresh Fridays in July and August: Hoosier Hills Food Bank (located at 2333 W. Industrial Park Dr., Bloomington) will distribute free perishable foods every other Friday (July 10, July 24, August 7, and August 21) between 11am and 3pm.
IU Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) remains committed to supporting all of IU Bloomington’s graduate and professional students during this unprecedented time.
As always, feel free to reach out to our graduate office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
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