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- Junior Page - Are you looking for a college or university that's the right fit and offers opportunities to try things that you haven't even thought of yet? Discover how IU can be that university for you and how to prepare for admission.
- Sophomore Page - College is still several years away, but now is the time to start exploring! Start your college search process by learning what makes IU so special.
- Pre-College Programs - Indiana University offers more than 100 opportunities for pre-college students to embark on a path of self-discovery by experiencing firsthand subjects and activities that will spark your interest and allow you the chance to learn and grow.
- Admissions standards - Admissions standards vary from institution to institution. Familiarize yourself with IU’s admission standards while in high school so that you can prepare yourself for success.
- AP/IB credit - IU awards credit for a variety of College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams, British-style Advanced-level exams (except from Sri Lanka), and International Baccalaureate (IB) higher-level exams. Learn more and see what credits you may have earned.
- Career Development Center - Unsure of what you want to study? Do you want more information about a specific major? Find the answers to your questions.
- Office of Scholarships - Indiana University offers a myriad of scholarship opportunities for admitted students. Keep in mind that for maximum scholarship consideration, you must submit a completed application for admission by November 1 of your senior year.
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Initiative - STEM is an academic and research partnership between Indiana University and multiple historically black colleges and universities that promotes and develops the STEM disciplines.
- Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) - Addresses the global need to increase participation of women in technology-related fields through research collaborations, education, mentoring, and community building.
- Hutton Honors College - The Hutton Honors College is a community of gifted students who want more out of their academic experience; the College offers stimulating seminars, scholarships, exclusive events, and residential communities.
- Hudson & Holland Scholars Program - Recruits, retains, and prepares students with outstanding records of academic achievement, strong leadership experiences, and a commitment to social justice.
- STARS Undergraduate Research Program - STARS is an undergraduate research program that provides four years of faculty-mentored research experience.
- Office of Overseas Study - Indiana University offers more than 100 overseas study programs that can take you to approximately 50 countries around the globe.
- Diversity events - A diverse, ethnically rich campus community is an important part of the IU experience, and the Office of Admissions offers several programs to help you and your family get a better sense of our community.
- Multicultural Outreach Recruitment Educators (M.O.R.E.) - A student organization whose members assist the Office of Admissions in recruiting and enrolling underrepresented students at IU Bloomington and in raising awareness about the importance of attending college for middle and high school students.
- Cultural Centers - The various centers exist to highlight different cultures, to celebrate their contributions, and to give students the opportunity to experience the cultural richness at IU.
- Fraternities/Sororities - IU has a strong tradition of Greek life on campus and offers more than 60 fraternities and sororities; approximately 18 percent of students are Greek.
- Learning Communities - These communities allow students to choose to live with other students who have a common interest and include Living Learning Centers such as Thomas I. Atkins, named after the first African-American student body president at IU and in the Big Ten, and Civic Leaders, a community for students interested in public affairs.
- Student Organizations - IU offers 750+ student organizations, a variety of which enable students from many different ethnic and cultural groups to interact.