Please feel free to contact your academic advisor at any time in the semester to discuss issues you may be experiencing or questions you may have.
The School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI offers several scholarships for current, full-time undergraduate students in all degree programs.
Plans of Study
- Health Information Management B.S.
- Informatics B.S.
- Media Arts and Science B.S.
- Human-Computer Interaction Certificate
- Informatics Minor
- Legal Informatics Certificate
- Medical Coding Certificate
- Studio Art and Technology Minor
The SOIC Honors Program offers select students across all SOIC majors an opportunity to enroll in a challenging academic program that enhances learning opportunities.
- Permission to Use Student Work
- Student Information Release
- Research Travel Funding for B.S. students
- Intent to Graduate
- Incompletes Block Registration Policy
- Minimum Grade Requirement, Academic Warning/Probation/Dismissal and Grade Change Policies
- Prior Learning Assessment Policy
Traditional One-on-One Tutoring
Also, you can request a one-on-one tutoring session in almost any course by going through the Bepko Learning Center’s Tutoring Matching Service. IUPUI certified tutors meet the standards set by the Bepko Learning Center’s Office of Tutorial Support. If you are interested in becoming an IUPUI certified tutor, more information is available on the certification information page.
Free Departmental Tutoring Across Campus
Free departmental assistance offers timely help for students seeking immediate attention. Hours of availability may vary with each departmental resource, and some centers require an appointment.
Here are a few that may be especially useful to School of Informatics and Computing students:
- Bepko Learning Center, 317-274-4818
- Biology Resource Center, 317-274-4818
- Computer Science, 317-274-9727
- Mathematic Assistance Center, 317-274-7898
- Speaker’s Lab
- University Writing Center, 317-274-2049
Physical and Mental Health Support
Adaptive Education Services (AES) is the IUPUI office dedicated to working with students with documented disabilities to ensure that these students receive the appropriate accommodations so they have an equal opportunity to be successful at higher education. If you have a learning disability or require any sort of academic assistance, please contact AES.