Indiana University at Bloomington

Bloomington, Indiana  47405   US

College Types(s):

4 Year - Public, Graduate School
80% of applicants admitted

Degrees Offered:

Certificates, Diplomas, Associate, Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral, First Professional, Post-Master's, and Postbachelor's Certificates

Accreditations:

The 2003 edition of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges" ranked IU among the best public research universities in the new "first-year experiences" category. TIME magazine named IU "College of the Year" among research universities in 2001. Art critic Thomas Gaines called IU one of America?s five most beautiful universities in his book, "The Campus as a Work of Art". USA Today named Bloomington one of the top 10 cities for campus culture. Sports Illustrated on Campus recently rated Bloomington the No. 6 sports town in the nation. In the past 10 years, IU students have won 3 Rhodes Scholarships, 10 Truman Scholarships, 10 Goldwater Scholarships, 7 Marshall Scholarships, 2 Churchill Scholarships, and 2 Mitchell Scholarships.
Indiana University's flagship campus, in Bloomington, offers the classic college experience: academic challenges, interesting people, endless activities, superb faculty, a beautiful campus, the best technology, limitless research opportunities, Big Ten athletics, and preparation for your future. It is an amazing place to pursue your education and your dreams. Indiana University continues to show absolute commitment to helping first-year students adjust and succeed.
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Undergraduate Students

29,828

Transfer Students

3%

Graduate Students

8,272

Gender Breakdown

52% Women
48% Men

Student Teacher Ratio

18:1

High School GPA Avg.

3.5

SAT Score Avg.

1108

ACT Score Avg.

24

Percent Admitted

80%
Admission to IU is selective, and we review each application for its individual merits and qualities. In particular, we consider factors that emphasize academic performance and preparation, the strength and quality of the high school curriculum, recent grade trends, and class rank. More than 50 percent of admitted freshmen rank in the top 25 percent of their high school class.
IU requires official scores on the ACT or the SAT. You can submit scores from either test; if you submit more than one set of scores, we'll consider the highest scores. The average SAT score for incoming freshmen is 1108.
IU requires official scores on the ACT or the SAT. You can submit scores from either test; if you submit more than one set of scores, we'll consider the highest scores. The average ACT composite for incoming freshmen is 24.

On-Campus Housing?

YES

Percent Live On-Campus

36%

Off-Campus Housing?

YES
First-year students are required to live on campus at Indiana University. Research shows that students who live in residence halls get the most out of their college experience -- doing better in their classes, staying in school, being actively involved in campus life, and graduating at a higher rate. Visit http://www.rps.indiana.edu/housingfuture.html for complete details about housing opportunities available on campus.
There are numerous on- and off-campus housing options available to upperclassmen.

Admissions Contact Information

Office of Admissions
300 N. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, Indiana  47405   US
Phone: 812-855-0661

Admissions Links

Application Deadlines

Rolling (Freshman), Rolling (Transfers)
Priority date for consideration for many merit-based scholarships is November 1. Priority date for freshmen admission is February 1. Applications received after April 1 will be reviewed on a space-available basis. We encourage you to apply online.

In-State Tuition

$7,000

Out of State Tuition

$21,479

Room & Board

$6,676

 

Programs Available:

Majors Back To Top

Our 13 undergraduate degree-granting schools offer 133 majors and 323 degree programs. For a complete list of undergraduate majors, please see http://www.indiana.edu/~iuadmit/freshmen/ac_list.shtml

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Indiana University's Graduate School and 9 professional schools offer 352 post-baccalaureate degree programs. Please see http://www.iub.edu/majors/ for a complete list.

Team Name

Hoosiers

Division

Division I

Conference

Big Ten Conference

 

Close to 60 percent of our students receive some form of financial assistance, and they're not just straight-A students, star athletes, or low-income students. We offer a variety of scholarships, grants, loans, and employment opportunities to help you finance your IU education. Applying is free, and aid is awarded both to students with a demonstrated financial need and those with a record of high achievement.
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