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Indiana University

Indiana Univeristy, Hoosiers
Indiana University

Sitting on almost 2,000 acres full of green space and historic buildings, Indiana University is a large public research university and one of the best values is higher education. Almost half of all undergraduates enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences which boasts more than 50 academic departments. Indiana University’s College of Arts and Sciences is known for its long list of foreign languages taught (more than any other school in the nation), and for its more unconventional departments like the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology. The Kelley School of Business and the Jacobs School of Music are among the more popular outside of the College of Arts and Sciences. With a reputation for excellence in a vast range of academic disciplines, a campus and surrounding college town that offer a rich and diverse student life, a highly-ranked athletics program and a beautiful campus, students come to IU for a well-rounded college experience.

Admissions Phone 812 855-0661
Admissions Email
Codes SAT: 1324 ACT: 1210 FAFSA: 001809 CSS Profile: 1324
Location Bloomington, Indiana; Small city, 50 miles Southwest of Indianapolis
College Type Public
College Newspaper Indiana Daily Student
Enrollment ~30,000 undergraduate students
Popular Programs Business/Marketing, Communications/Journalism, Education
Student Life Student partake in various events throughout the year, including the Indiana University Little 500 Bicycle race, Homecoming Parade, and the 24 hour charity event, the Dance Marathon. Bloomington is a cool college town chock-full of student hangouts, restaurants and bars. Hoosier basketball games are rowdy and exciting, especially when March Madness comes around.
International ~10% of undergrads; TOEFL: Required;  SAT or ACT: Required; Financial Aid Available
Transfer Yes, Fall, Spring, Summer; Minimum GPA 2.00
Crossover Tufts, University of Iowa, Purdue, University of Illinois
Other Selective (~70% admitted), Early Decision, Common Application


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