Student Health Center
The Student Health Center includes a full-service medical clinic, lab, X-ray facility, women’s clinic, and pharmacy. Students can quickly receive treatment at the Walk-In Clinic. Health insurance is not required to get treated at IU Health Center. For students who have paid their semester Health Fee, the Student Health Center is among the most affordable options in Bloomington. Office visits, prescription drugs, and other services can be charged to a student’s IU Bursar account.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services (SLS) is the on-campus law firm serving exclusively IU students. SLS employs four full-time, licensed attorneys and up to 25 law students. Visits to SLS are confidential and discussions with SLS staff are protected by the attorney-client privilege. Your payment of the student activity fee entitles you to advice and, often, legal representation at no charge. The only expenses students must cover are court fees.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Students have access to two free counseling sessions per semester through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) as part of their IU health fee. Additional visits are available at a low cost. The staff at CAPS is trained to handle a variety of matters, including serious mental health crises as well as issues of anxiety and depression. CAPS works with dozens of Law Students each semester, providing counseling. A psychiatrist is also available who can provide medication for depression, anxiety, and attention deficiency.
Judges & Lawyers Assistance Program (JLAP)
JLAP serves students, attorneys, and judges who need help with mental health, relationship, stress, and substance use issues. JLAP comes to the Law School twice per month. To make an appointment with JLAP:
1. Call 317-833-0370
2. Tell them you’re calling to set an appointment with a counselor at Maurer.
3. You will be provided with a date, time, and room number
Therapists in Bloomington
The Dean of Students maintains a list of local therapists who can talk with students confidentially, some of whom take insurance.