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Need assistance or support? 

A variety of free support services are available to students at Ivy Tech's Bloomington campus. Contact information and services are listed below.

Support Team 
(812) 330-6013
M-Th 8a-6p and Fri 8a-5p

Ivy Tech Help Center
Available seven days per week from 7a-1a
(888) IVY-LINE (888-489-5463)
Live chat at

Student Support Services

Academic Advising & Class Registration

Plan your schedule and sign up for classes by logging into MyIvy and clicking Schedule Builder. For 1-on-1 help signing up for classes, make an advising appointment by logging into MyIvy, then clicking Schedule Appointment with Advisor.


Our Student Advocate Office can help you resolve misconduct, academic, and other campus issues that are affecting your ability to succeed. No matter the situation, we are here to help with resolution. Contact Chad Carlson, Director of Student Advocacy, at or 812-330-6086. 

Basic Food & Supply Pantry

Everyone needs a little help sometimes. We have basic food, hygiene, and household supplies for our students in the Student Life Office located in C139.

Career Coaching

A focused, 1-to-1 relationship with a career coach will help you with career exploration, resumes, interview prep, job search and more. Questions or need help scheduling an appointment? Email

Counseling Services

Our staff connects students to affordable and accessible mental health counseling in the community. Email to connect confidentially.

Disability Support Services

Support and assistance may be provided for any new and returning student who makes contact with us. Contact Jamie Greig, Assistant Director of Student Support Services at (812) 330-6046 or email

Emergency Funding

Students may need assistance with short-term financial emergencies in order to be prepared, attend classes, and persist in their academic coursework. Click Student Emergency Aid Application to apply for temporary financial assistance.


Students can use our resource locator IvyAssist to search for resources, such as community food pantries, emergency funding, childcare and more.


For help with IvyLearn, log in and click Help on the left side, then click IvyLearn Student Resource Center. See also student guides or student video guides.


The library is located in D123 and is open for service. Online services are also available at Ask a Librarian through chat, email, and text message.

Technical Helpdesk: Computer Help

1-888-IVY-LINE (888-489-5469) Option 4

Textbooks / Bookstore

The Bloomington campus bookstore is open and offers online textbook orders. For store hours, click Bookstore then Bloomington location.


The Learning Commons is located in D117 and offers free in-person and virtual tutoring services. Students also receive 20 free hours of tutoring from through their MyIvy account.

Zoom Help

Zoom is a virtual / online tool used to conduct and record live meetings, host webinars, etc. Find video tutorials here


Everyone needs a little help sometimes and IvyCares is here to provide you the support you need throughout your academic journey—both in and out of the classroom. IvyCares focuses on helping students with a variety of services, including:

  • Access to emergency funds
  • Assistance to combat food insecurity
  • Link to IvyAssist's vast amount of local options
  • Mental health support
  • Transportation assistance