IU Northwest resources

Health & Wellness Clinic
Tawa B. Ibukunle-Salami DNP, FNP-BC
Campus Number: (219) 980-7250
Office email: [email protected]
Dunes Building, Room 1027
Mon: 8am-2pm; Wed: noon-4pm; Thu: 10am-2pm
Office of Counseling Services
Alec Barney
Office: 219-980-6741
Office email: [email protected]
Hawthorn 201
Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
The Counseling Center provides students access to a wide range of treatment modalities and referrals to outside resources as needed.

Many students face normal developmental concerns as well as personal and academic pressures during their college experience and find that it is helpful to discuss these issues in a supportive, professional and confidential environment. Often, personal problems such as anxiety, depression, and lack of coping skills (to name a few) may present and hinder academic growth and success.

Students who recognize these problems may use the Counseling Center to learn and/or enhance skills to deal more effectively with problems that may be interfering with academic success and personal well being.
Fitness Center
Scott Fulk
Savannah Center 227
Mon-Thu: 6:30am - 7:00pm; Fri: 6:30am - 5:00pm; closed weekends
The Savannah Fitness Center offers IU Northwest students, faculty, and staff a convenient and inexpensive space to stay fit. The Savannah Fitness Center offers a full-size gym, Aerobics Room, Weight Room, and Walking Track. The Weight Room contains Cybex equipment, free weights, and various heart-healthy cardio machines. For for membership and gym rental information go to the website.
Dean of Students
Beth Tyler
Savannah 223
Working with campus and community partners, the Dean of Students advises students about services, resources, and opportunities that support their success. The Dean strives to support students during times of crisis, complexity, or emergency, and challenge them to exercise personal responsibility and practice ethical decision making. As the primary administrator of the Indiana University Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct, the Dean of Students plays a key role in ensuring that student behavior does not interfere with the educational mission of the University.
Student Support Services
Barbara Gunn
(219) 980-6798
Hawthorn Hall #239
Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the office of TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) accesses accommodations for students with disabilities based on documentation from a medical professional. As part of the interactive process, accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis following review of the medical documentation and a meeting with the SSS disabilities coordinator.
Student Activities
Scott Fulk
Savannah Center 217
Mon. - Fri. 8am to 5pm
The Office of Student Activities promotes and enhances the quality of student engagement on the IU Northwest campus. The office serves as the central university resource for Student Clubs and Organizations, Intramurals, Savannah Fitness Center, and Student Activities-sponsored Events. Additional services include the distribution of recreational equipment and games.

John W. Anderson Library
Beth Tyler
(219) 980-6580
Mon-Thu: 7:30am- 9pm; Fri: 8am-5pm; Sat: 10am- 5pm; Sun: 1pm-5pm
The John W. Anderson Library and Conference Center houses a collection of nearly half a million books, periodical volumes and 200,000 government publications. Named after philanthropist John W. Anderson, the library is a state of the art building with modern technology, ergonomic seating, designated study and research areas, and a small café.

Special purpose areas include the Calumet Regional Archives, the Northwest Indiana Center for Data and Analysis, the Lake County Central Law Library, and facilities for the visually impaired. The library is supported by the 7 million bound volumes and over 25 million periodicals other materials in the Indiana University Libraries system. Books and periodical articles in the Bloomington, Indianapolis, and other regional campus libraries can be obtained quickly for students and faculty through the IUN System Services Office.

IT Help Desk
(219) 981-4357
Hawthorn Hall, #108

Career Services
Scott Fulk
(219) 980-6650
Moraine Student Center, #101
Mon, & Thu 8am-6pm; Tue, Wed, & Fri 8am-5pm
The Office of Career Services assists students and alumni in planning for successful careers and securing meaningful employment and/or entrance into graduate study that best uses their academic backgrounds, skills and interests.
Campus Police
Alexandra Westerfield
Moraine Student Center, #116
The Indiana University Police Department – Northwest (IUPD-NW) serves and protects the campus community and its students, faculty, staff, visitors, and neighbors. IUPD-NW services include: emergency response; campus patrol, including bike patrols; security escort; event security; fire alarm monitoring; and much more. IUPD-NW is a 24-hour department of sworn police officers.

IUPD-NW understands and appreciates its responsibility to provide a safe and secure learning environment. But campus safety is everyone’s responsibility, and we ask that all members of the campus community practice common-sense precautions that minimize your risk of becoming a victim of accidents or crime.

Barnes & Noble at IU Northwest
Donna DeGradi
Campus Number: (219) 980-6831
Savannah Center
8 - 6
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Scott Fulk
(219) 980-6778
Hawthorn Hall, #111
Mon, & Thu 8am-6pm; Tue, Wed, & Fri 8am-5pm
The mission of the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is to provide resources, guidance and financial assistance for students pursuing educational goals while complying within Federal, State and University regulations and guidelines. It is our commitment to serve the students and campus community in a caring, knowledgeable, professional and personalized manner.

CampusWell resources

If you have a life-threatening emergency, always call 911 for ambulance transportation to a hospital.
Self-Care Guide

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Trevor Project

National Sexual Assault Hotline

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

National Institute of Mental Health

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous