For ALL Students

What will Fall 2020 look like?

Red Wolves! We've got this!!!

You know it better than anyone...IU East specializes in a flexible experience! We've offered a blended experience of on-campus and online courses for many years. And, you all know that means flexibility in your schedule.

To ensure everyone's health and safety, many formerly on-campus classes may be transitioned to online or hybrid courses. No matter what if you're on-campus or online...your experience will be a great one. 

Faculty are going to be accessible in more ways than ever—Zoom, email, Canvas, and in-person office hours. Our faculty have been teaching on-campus and online for years...We’re ready for you!

Registration & Class Schedules

We are ready and excited to welcome you to the fall semester. Plans are underway for a healthy and safe environment on campus. Online faculty are prepared to do what they do well – instruct online. There will be on campus and online classes. Classes are scheduled to begin August 23. Classes will move all-online after Thanksgiving. More details to come; please continue to check this site for updates.

Good communication with you is important. We will contact you via email about any course changes or transitions. 

We are here to assist you through the enrollment process and to answer questions you may have while signing up for classes, including why your account may have a hold.  Any existing holds will remain until you’ve taken the necessary action to remove the hold. (Note: IU East does not have holds on student accounts regarding immunization.) For more information, visit the Office of the Registrar at https://www.iue.edu/registrar.

Yes, IU East will offer face-to-face and online courses for the fall 2020 semester. If the classes you need are available online, you can enroll for the course. On-campus courses will proceed under recommended physical distancing guidelines.

We know that a study abroad experience offers students the chance to travel, experience new cultures, and learn new customs or even a language, among many other opportunities. Study abroad opportunities and courses will be offered in accordance with Indiana University guidelines. Indiana University follows the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and state travel guidelines. 

Yes, it is possible to make changes to your course schedule. We’re here to help you through the process and find the course(s) that best fit the needs of your academic program. Please contact your Academic Advisor to discuss changes to your course schedule. 

Currently, we encourage all individual or group meetings to be held online, over the phone, or through email. Once the fall semester begins in August, some meetings may be held in person under physical distancing guidelines. IU East will continue to encourage online meetings as much as possible in the fall and will follow recommended health and safety guidelines.

Tuition & Fees

Each student’s situation is different and we understand that you may need to make changes during the middle of the semester. However, we encourage you to reach out to your Academic Advisor to guide you through the process or to direct you to resources that may help you to finish the semester as planned. If you find you still need to make changes that would include a refund, withdrawal times and the fee schedule is provided by the Office of the Bursar at https://www.iue.edu/bursar.

Tuition is due September 10. There are payment plans available for most students. For more information, visit the Office of the Bursar at https://www.iue.edu/bursar.

Students who come to campus must have a paid parking pass. Permits can be purchased beginning August 1 through the parking portal. For information visit https://www.iue.edu/parking/

Please know we are a resource for you when making your decision. We encourage you to speak to the Office of Admissions if you have questions at email applynow@iue.edu or visit https://www.iue.edu/admissions.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is working hard to provide students with information on financial aid options for the fall 2020 semester. If you have questions or you’ve experienced changes that may require you to make changes to your financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at eaosfa@iue.edu

IU East is a pack, and the pack takes care of one another. We understand that there are challenges that come up and may impact students financially. We also understand that you may not be as focused on learning if you are worried about the impact changes may have on your finances or living situation. If you need assistance or direction on where to find help, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at eaosfa@iue.edu.

Employment & Internships

Yes, IU East will have jobs available to students during the fall 2020 semester. However, there may not be a full offering of student jobs. For student employment opportunities, visit https://www.iue.edu/jobs/index.html. Keep checking in as opportunities may continue to become available.

Yes, internships will take place this fall semester with appropriate physical distancing restrictions and health and safety guidelines in place. Please contact the Office of Career Services at eacareer@iue.edu to discuss internship options.

Research, Capstones, Student Teaching, Clinicals, Creative Projects, & More

Yes, nursing students will continue clinical off-campus clinical experiences. However, students must adhere to health and safety guidelines issued by the IU East School of Nursing and the clinical site location. Please contact Dean Karen Clark at the School of Nursing if you have specific questions.

Yes, if opportunities are available in the K-12 setting. If so, students will follow health and safety guidelines issued by the IU East School of Education and the partnering school. Please contact Dean Jerry Wilde if you have questions.

Your health and safety is our highest priority. Classes will be scheduled in a manner that limits the number of students in classrooms, studio spaces, labs, and other academic spaces. Classroom desks will be spaced six feet apart and spaces will be cleaned regularly and the campus will have health and safety guidelines in place.