School of Social Work
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Student Employee Health Service
Students with Disabilities
Information about employment in specific careers is available from Indiana University Career and Employment Services, Business/SPEA Building 2010, (317) 274-2554, e-mail: email@example.com, and the School of Social Work's Office of Student Services.
Opportunities for financial aid for graduate students are different from those for undergraduates. It is important to understand that graduate students are only eligible for loans from IU financial aid. Persons interested in financial aid should contact the following office:
Additionally, the School of Social Work has some limited funds available for tuition assistance. Information regarding financial awards from the School of Social Work will be made available to students at the beginning of the academic year.
Single and married students from all IUPUI divisions and schools are eligible to file applications for accommodations on campus.
University housing inquiries and requests for applications should be addressed to the following:
The Office of Housing and Residence Life
An off-campus rental information file is available in the campus housing office. Interested persons must check the card file for rental listings in person.
The cost of living in Indianapolis is comparable to that of other Midwestern cities of similar size. It is impossible to give an accurate figure, but in addition to student fees, room and board begin at approximately $600 per month and incidentals may average $150 monthly; books and supplies cost approximately $250 per semester. Expenditures for personal items depend upon the individual student.
Students of the school maintain B.S.W. and M.S.W. Social Work Student Associations, which sponsor program meetings and social affairs during the year. Through elected officers and committees, the associations serve as important channels for communication between students and faculty. In addition, these organizations appoint student representatives to various school committees. Students also are encouraged to participate in organizations related to the social work profession. Information about these organizations can be found in the B.S.W. and M.S.W. Student Handbooks.
All students are eligible to be seen on a fee basis for health services available through the Indiana University Student Employee Health Service of the IU Medical Center in Indianapolis. For information call (317) 274-8214. In addition to these services, students may apply for blanket medical expense coverage that also will insure dependents of students. For information or to apply, call (317) 278-1159. The Web site for insurance information is www.iupui.edu/~iupuishc/st_he_ins.html.
By anticipating some common problem areas, the university makes every effort to help students with physical or learning disabilities make the transition to university life. A detailed list of services is available through the Office of Adaptive Educational Services, 425 University Boulevard; Telephone: (317) 274-3241 or TDD/TTY: (317) 278-2050; Web: www.life.iupui.edu.
For student services information on the Bloomington, Gary, Richmond, and South Bend campuses, please see the respective Indiana University campus bulletin.
Graduates of the school maintain an active Alumni Association whereby they continue to participate in the improvement of the programs and the achievement of the school's progressive goals. Leadership is provided by officers and an executive committee elected biennially.
Karen Deery, Alumni Relations
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