IU Northwest is the result of growth and change that began in 1921 when the university offered its first formal classes in Lake County as part of a program sponsored by the Gary Public School System.
The IU Southeast Career Development Center is your resource for career counseling, internships, resume reviews, mock interviews, job fairs and employment search techniques. Our services are available to all current IU Southeast students and alumni from all IU campuses.
The Student Government Association represents students and the IU Northwest campus through their involvement in campus committees and at Board of Trustees meetings. Elected officers of Student Government serve on different administrative committees throughout the year. They also allocate Student Activity funds to other student organizations on campus. Officers are expected to attend regularly scheduled meetings and are given a wide variety of responsibilities and leadership positions throughout their term in office.
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The staff of the University Information Technology Services-Northwest (UITS-NW) welcomes you to our campus and web site. If you need technology services or assistance, please contact our Support Center to ensure the appropriate staff members address your request.
The IU Northwest Campus Health and Wellness Center Clinic is made possible through the College of Health and Human Services. It is an organization of health care professionals who are committed to improving the health and well-being of the IU Northwest campus community. We deliver high quality, affordable health care and through health promotion and illness prevention activities.
Indiana University Northwest is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission as an Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) Institution.