IUN Alert: Campus will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 beginning at 5:30 a.m. All classes, and work for non-essential staff, will take place remotely.

January 25, 2022, 11:30 PM EST

IU Northwest Alert: Attention! Due to severe weather, the IUN campus will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 beginning at 5:30 a.m. All classes will be held remotely and students should check Canvas for updates. COVID-19 testing, and the vaccine and booster clinics, are canceled. Staff employees who are able to work remotely, are expected to do so. Essential staff designated to work on campus during adverse weather are expected to report to work as usual. For additional information and updates on the campus closure due to severe weather at IUN, visit, or stay tuned to local media.

B.S. in Health Information Administration

Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration


The registered health information administrator (RHIA) manages a variety of health information management functions such as the oversight of the electronic medical record with a focus on data structure and content, analysis, and reporting, compliance with healthcare law and risk management strategy, and supporting the healthcare revenue cycle.

For more information about the online program, please visit the IU Online page.

Change of major and financial reasons affect retention rate
Outcomes from 2019-2020 academic year


To become credentialed, students in the Health Information Administration program must successfully complete the academic requirements for a bachelor of science in health information administration. The RHIA exam is administered by the national professional association, AHIMA. Successful completion of this exam allows the individual to use the designation of RHIA.

For more information regarding the RHIA certification exam please visit the AHIMA Certification website.