Indiana University - Gender Studies

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Domestic applicants should direct any application materials sent by mail to:
     Graduate Program Coordinator
     Gender Studies Department
     Memorial Hall East, Room 130
     Indiana University
     1021 E. Third Street
     Bloomington, IN 47405
International applicants should direct any application materials sent by mail to:
     Office of International Services
     Indiana University
     Poplars 221
     400 E. Seventh Street
     Bloomington, IN 47405

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Departmental Information:

You have applied for admission to a degree program in the Department of Gender Studies. The Department of Gender Studies offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree.



For additional information on the Department of Gender Studies at IU, you may contact the department at the following address:

Department of Gender Studies
Indiana University
1021 East Third Street
Memorial Hall East - Room 130
Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: (812) 855-0101
Fax: (812) 855-4869
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