We have limited emergency funds available for the Fall 2020 semester. If you have an emergency financial need, please email

If you have already submitted a COVID-19 Emergency Funding request and are awaiting a decision please know we are working daily to finish reviewing those requests as quickly as possible based on the order they have been received. You will be notified as to the outcome of your application as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

If you have made a past inquiry on the status of your emergency funding request, due to the influx of individual inquiries we are also working to respond to your request as soon as we are able. If you have any questions related to emergency funding, please write to us at

Get help from a Student Advocate

College life can be confusing and overwhelming, and sometimes you just need someone to help you sort things out. If you’re facing an issue that is affecting your ability to succeed at Indiana University Bloomington, you can get help from a Student Advocate. Student Advocates are retired IU faculty and staff members who volunteer their time and expertise to help students facing academic and personal challenges.

No matter what your situation is, Student Advocates are here to listen nonjudgmentally, provide unconditional support, and help you resolve problems so you can successfully complete your degree.

Find out how to get help

Do you need a Confidential Victim Advocate?

Confidential Victim Advocates (CVAs) are specially trained advocates who support students that have experienced sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, rape, sexual harassment, dating violence, or stalking. Your Confidential Victim Advocate can help address any safety, academic, or other university-related concerns and assist you in making a report, if you choose.

If you would like to speak with a Confidential Victim Advocate, call 812-856-2469 or email

Sexual Violence Support

Become a Student Advocate

We rely on a team of committed volunteers to carry out our mission of helping students address problems and stay on track with their education. If you’re a retired IU faculty or staff member ready for a new way to support students, we want you to join our team.

Learn how to become a Student Advocate