2023 College Guide: IU Bloomington

A storybook experience of what college should be like, and the endless opportunities that come with it. This is where leaders, innovators, and explorers are made. Fuel your passions—and discover new ones—with top-ranked academics, caring faculty, and a community that will support you every step of the way.

TOP-NOTCH EDUCATION You’re ready to put in the work. And IU is ready for you. Explore more than 300 undergraduate majors—many which rank among the world’s best. Work hand-in-hand with professors who care about your future. Gain real-world experience with internships and study abroad opportunities. Discover a career path to propel you forward.

GOALS WITHIN REACH Get hands-on research experience within your first semester on campus. Help treat real patients. Work with an organization that shares your commitment to service. At IU, you’ll be able to refine your skills, build new ones, and graduate prepared for anything.

GLOBALLY MINDED IU is a window to the world. Learn one of more than 80 languages offered—more than any other university in the United States. Broaden your cultural knowledge by exploring international and multicultural student organizations. Even go beyond borders with over 380 study abroad programs.

GET INVOLVED Whatever you’re into, you’ll find it at IU. Help your community, or the world with service. Make meaningful connections and develop your leadership skills. At IU, you have more than 750 student organizations to find your group and explore your interests.

EXPERIENCE TRADITIONS IU’s storied history continues with you. Show your Hoosier pride at Big 10 sporting events from basketball to soccer. Raise millions by dancing your heart out at IU Dance Marathon to benefit Riley Children’s Hospital. Or fuel your creativity at First Thursday art festivals.

Year founded: 1820 • Current enrollment: 47,005 • Student-faculty ratio: 17:1 • Undergraduate majors: 300+ • Subject matter expertise: Business, Public Health, Nursing, Public Affairs, Global and International Studies, Media, Music, Informatics and Computing • Languages offered: 80+ • Study abroad programs: 380+ • In-state tuition: $11,560 • Students on financial aid: 75% • Top three awards/recognitions: #8 best undergrad business program in the nation, Kelley School of Business (U.S. News & World Report); #1 public affairs program in the nation, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs (U.S. News & World Report); #1 in the U.S for the number of foreign languages taught and number of Language Flagship programs

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