iun student affairs

Academic Success and Achievement Programs

The Office of Academic Success and Achievement Programs (ASAP) gives students the opportunity to take an active role in their education through Supplemental Instruction (SI), Critical Literacy and REACH.



Whether you're a high school student or an adult, working toward a degree or just taking a few classes, the staff in the Admissions office can show you how easy it is to enroll and get started. You can pursue all your educational goals at IU Northwest.


Career Services

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.


Counseling Services

The Counseling Center provides students access to a wide range of treatment modalities and referrals to outside resources as needed.


Financial Aid and Scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships provides guidance and financial assistance for students pursuing educational goals while complying with Federal, State and University regulations and guidelines.


The Office of the Registrar provides students with transcripts, diplomas and assistance with registering for classes.

Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities promotes and enhances the quality of student life on the IU Northwest campus. The office serves as the central university resource for Student Clubs and Organizations and Athletics.

Student Support Services

Student Support Services is a federally funded TRIO program. Eligible students may receive academic support services to facilitate their retention and graduation from IU Northwest. SSS services combine vast resources to provide continuing support through graduation for selected participants.