Student Resources

Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library

The Neal-Marshall Black Culture (NMBCC) library is a hub of information networking, bibliographic instructions, and serves as a cultural resource for all Indiana University students, faculty, and staff.

Visit the Neal-Marshall library

Computer Lab

Located in room A220, The Neal-Marshall computer lab gives students a uniform computing experience and a common software selection, and provides them with easy access to the full range of enterprise-sponsored software titles.

Learn more about the Neal-Marshall computer lab managed by UITS

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Today’s college students face complex challenges, and NMBCC is committed to supporting students both socially and emotionally. Our partnership with CAPS provides an opportunity to potentially reach students who might not traditionally seek counseling when faced with challenging situations.

Schedule an appointment with CAPS

Other cultural centers and institutes

OVPDEMA supports six cultural centers in programming, events, outreach, and advocacy, as well as the African American Arts Institute—the only organization of its kind in the nation. These centers help students, faculty, and staff take advantage of many opportunities to learn about and celebrate diversity, equity, and multicultural affairs.

Get culturally involved