A diverse, ethnically rich campus community is an important part of the IU experience. We offer several programs to help you and your family get a better sense of our community. To find out more about these programs, please contact Mary Tourner, Associate Director for Diversity Programs, at mtourner [at] indiana.edu.
New York and Chicago Brunches
New York - February 17, 2013
Chicago - February 24, 2013
Minority high school admitted seniors along with their parents are invited to come have brunch with IU students and staff to hear about the opportunities IU has to offer, as well as get the answers to any questions they may have.
Making History with IU
February 22, 2013 (snow date-March 2)
In celebration of Black History Month, Indiana University invites high school students and counselors to the Bloomington campus. Students and counselors enjoy a day of activities: an admissions presentation; a meet and with representatives from various IU departments, schools, and student organizations; and a lunch and musical performance. The purpose of this event is not only to celebrate Black History Month but also for students to gather information about IU's academic and cultural resources, student organizations, and more.
Invitation ONLY with Reservations Required
*More information about the event and how to sign up will be coming soon.
IU Family Receptions
March 1-2, 2013
Admitted minority students and their families are invited to enjoy a meal with IU alumni, current IU students, and staff. This informal setting gives potential IU students the opportunity to ask questions and get great advice on how to prepare and succeed at IU.
Locations: Northwest IN, Fort Wayne, and Indianapolis
The Campus Collage
March 22-23, 2013
This overnight program gives a glimpse of IU campus life to African American, Latino/a, American Indian, and Asian American students who have been admitted to IU. Participants spend time with current students, stay overnight in a residence hall, meet potential classmates, and receive information about academic and cultural resources, student organizations, orientation, and more.