With students from all 50 states and more than 130 countries, IU is a culturally rich and ethnically diverse campus. In and beyond the classroom, your education will be enriched by people whose lives and viewpoints are very different from yours.
Students with disabilities, students from urban and rural settings, returning and older students, students with families, students of different religions, international students, students with different sexual orientations, and students of different races all contribute to an intelligent, supportive exchange of ideas and experiences that influences every aspect of our academic and campus life.
- Academic programs that explore a variety of cultures and languages
- More than 100 overseas study programs
- Asian Culture Center, First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center (La Casa), and Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center
- Leo R. Dowling International Center
- Student organizations, such as the performing groups sponsored by the African American Arts Institute
- Living-Learning Centers within IU residence halls
- GLBT Student Support Services Office
- Disability Services for Students