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Explore IU Bloomington anytime and anywhere with our virtual tour. Walk through the Old Crescent. Step into Memorial Stadium. If you like what you see, schedule a visit.Take the tour
See our gorgeous campus at its greenest
Many IU students are on break, but we’re welcoming visitors all summer long. Get the complete visit experience, including a tour of our beautiful campus in full bloom.Schedule a visit
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Where cool things happen all the time
The Grunwald Gallery is featuring work created by MFA students in the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts. The exhibits feature work in ceramics, digital art, and metalsmithing, just to name a few!
The #IUSaidYes crimson envelopes have hit the mail to welcome admitted students to Hoosier Nation. Check out the #IUSaidYes gallery each week!
IU celebrates 100 years of the creative genius of Orson Welles this spring with an exhibition at the Lilly Library, a public film series, and a symposium on campus.
The Kelley School of Business offers two programs ranked No. 1 on the list of Best Online Education Programs by U.S. News and World Report. Both programs received perfect scores of 100!
Join us in Bloomington for the Little 500, also known as ”The World’s Greatest College Weekend.” This bike race began in 1951 to help raise money for student scholarships.
Actress and activist Glenn Close returns to IU in April with the Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Lecture Series. Her thriller "Fatal Attraction" will be part of the series "Mental Illness in American Film."