Indiana University statement on SB1

We understand that since the recent passage of new legislation by the Indiana General Assembly, many of our students and their parents, as well as our faculty and staff, have questions. We know this is a hard and confusing time for many in our community.

Indiana University has been reviewing SB1 to determine if and how our education and research missions may be affected, including how our School of Medicine’s faculty and residents may be impacted during their clinical study rotations. As we understand it right now, the legislation will have no impact on the personal support services we provide to our undergraduate and graduate students. 

While IU is required to comply with all state laws as a public university, we do so with an unwavering commitment to ensuring that our campus community—students, faculty, and staff—have access to a comprehensive array of personal, professional, and academic support. 


Aaron Carroll, M.D.

Chief Health Officer
Indiana University