Indiana University

Indiana University

Indiana University, located in the quintessential college town of Bloomington and an hour’s drive outside the city of Indianapolis, is a beautiful, sprawling, 1900-acre campus comprised of rolling hills, limestone buildings, an arboretum and University Hall – the 17,472 seat arena which is home to the famous Hoosiers basketball team. The university’s website explains, “IU blends a vibrant university community with a small-town atmosphere to give you a quality of life that’s hard to match.”

A large public research university with an undergraduate enrollment of 32,000 students and 10,000 graduate students, IU offers over 180 undergraduate majors in a wide range of academic disciplines. Athletic Training, Biotechnology, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Health Administration, Recording Arts, Guitar and Journalism are a small sampling of the majors available.

Additionally, Indiana University is home to: the Jacob School of Music, one of the world’s premiere music schools, and additionally to the distinguished Kelley School of Business. This year U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges edition moved the Kelley School of Business into the top 10 nationally ranked undergraduate business programs, and mentions its entrepreneurship program as one of the top in the country.

Indiana UniversitySocial life at IU is active. With Big Ten Conference winning teams – football, basketball, diving, baseball (made it to the College World Series), an active Greek system, over 650 clubs and organizations, plus an assortment of cultural productions – musicals, ballets and operas performed by and at the Jacob School of Music, students stay busy and are involved.  School spirit is a big part of the IU experience.