ndiana University Bloomington attracts top students from around the world who want the resources of a world-class research university, exceptional academics, and the freedom and support to customize their college journeys.
In 2006, PC Magazine called IU Bloomington the “most wired” public college. Amazing technology offerings, a nurturing environment, highly acclaimed degree programs, and a breathtaking campus make IU Bloomington an ideal place to pursue your education and your dreams.
IU offers the best in academic variety — 336 degree programs, the College of Arts and Sciences, and 12 additional undergraduate schools. We also offer overseas study, honors programs, internships, double and individualized majors, student research, and living-learning communities.
Our professors are recognized worldwide as leaders in teaching and research, industry experts, Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, award winners, and inventors.
The Hutton Honors College offers small classes, research opportunities, honors housing, and extracurricular programs.
IU offers one of the most extensive university computing environments, a broad wireless network, and abundant computing workstations.
Opportunities for discovery extend to our research facilities, centers, institutes, and our network of 18 libraries.
Coming from all 50 states and more than 130 countries, our students represent a wide array of racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds that enrich IU’s diverse community.
Our commitment to fostering a multicultural community is enhanced by our award-winning “Conversations on Race” program, our International Center, and four cultural centers on campus — the Latino Cultural Center (La Casa), the Neal–Marshall Black Culture Center, the First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, and the Asian Culture Center
Academic Support Programs and Services
U.S. News & World Report has recognized IU for our programs that help freshmen succeed.
Outstanding programs and services offered by the IU Office of Academic Support and Diversity include the Hudson and Holland Scholars Programs, which help our underrepresented students thrive on campus.
IU’s three Academic Support Center locations offer free tutoring services in math and writing as well as study-skills workshops and group study sessions.
When it’s time to get a job or apply to graduate or professional school — you’ll be ready. Our career services offices will help you every step of the way, from resume writing and internships to job fairs and alumni networking.
Our campus is overflowing with extracurricular opportunities, including 500 student organizations, service and volunteer activities, Big Ten sports and recreational programs, and more than 1,000 yearly musical events.
USA Today named IU one of the top 10 places for college culture, and our campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the nation.
Sports Illustrated on Campus ranked Bloomington as the nation’s no. 6 college sports town, naming IU’s recreational sports program one of the nation’s best.
We invite you to experience IU. Contact us to schedule your campus visit at www.admit.indiana.edu or (812) 855-0661.