Previous IU South Bend Campus Bulletins

Students are ordinarily subject to the curricular requirements outlined in the Bulletin in effect at the start of their current degree. See below for links to previous Bulletins (bulletins prior to 2013-2014 are in PDF format only).

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If you are seeking further information regarding specific programs, please contact individual departments.


For problems accessing information on this website, please contact Teresa Sheppard.

Pictured | Jennifer Murray | Art Education | Niles, Michigan (hometown)


New Student Orientation

Administration Building | (574) 520-5005 | orientation.iusb.edu

The university conducts orientation sessions for all entering freshmen and transfer students at which students are assigned an advisor; receive general information about the university and its policies, academic counseling and program planning assistance; and register for classes. There is also a special orientation session designed for parents and guests. Detailed information on orientation programs is sent to all admitted students prior to their first session. A one-time new student enrollment fee is assessed to all entering students.


Placement Examinations
Wiekamp 1205 | (574) 520-5005 | exams.iusb.edu

Prior to orientation and registration, all students entering the university for the first time are assessed in mathematics and English composition. The results of these assessment tests are critical in placing each student at the proper course level in mathematics and English composition, and ensuring the best chance of success in these basic courses. In addition, students should familiarize themselves with requirements for placement examinations in world languages and sciences, and for exemption or advanced placement in other subjects. Specific courses are required for students who need further instruction in mathematics and writing.


Office of the Registrar
Administration 124 | (574) 520-4451 | registrar.iusb.edu

The primary mission of the Office of the Registrar is to ensure the accuracy, integrity, and security of student academic records at IU South Bend. The specific responsibilities of the office are to plan and implement registration for classes, to coordinate the course schedule, to schedule academic space, to compile and maintain the academic record, to provide transcripts of the academic record to appropriate persons, to certify enrollment status, to process withdrawals from the university, to assist with degree audit technology, and to interpret the various academic policies and procedures of the university. The office provides services to students, faculty, administration, and the general public.


Crimson Card (IDs)
Wiekamp 1245 (Support Center) | (574) 520-5555 | helpdesk@iusb.edu

The Crimson Card is required by students to utilize many of the services at Indiana University South Bend.

Student, staff and faculty photo identification (ID) cards are available at the Support Center on Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. and Fridays, 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m., in DW 1245 (Summer and Break Hours Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; closed holidays).  

There is no charge for the first photo ID; replacement cards are $25 each. Another form of photo identification must be presented to receive a new Crimson Card.


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Academic Bulletins

PDF Version

2016-2017 Campus Bulletin
2015-2016 Campus Bulletin
2014-2015 Campus Bulletin

Please be aware that the PDF is formatted from the webpages; some pages may be out of order.