The state of Indiana maintains a registry of sex offenders that contains information about individuals who have been convicted of sex offenses committed against minors. A number of Indiana University degree programs and specific courses either prepare students to work with minors or place them in contact with minors as part of the course.
Consequently, any student whose name appears on the registry may be barred from admission to a program or enrollment in a course. The individual academic school will review each case and evaluate potential impact and, as necessary, respond with action.
If you are aware that a student’s name is on the registry and that student is in proximity to children through educational activities or if you need information on the processes that are followed in addressing such a risk, contact one of the following campus offices:
For specific school practices, contact the dean of the student’s school. To learn more about sex offenders and violent offenders, visit the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry, or Indiana Sheriff’s Association Sex and Violent Offender Registry.