Diversity Programs

Exclusive opportunities to experience IU Bloomington

You can read all about our culturally rich community, spirited student life, and academic opportunities, but the best way to learn about IU is in person, at one of the diversity programs below.

All these events are by invitation only and require a reservation. Questions? Call (812) 855-0661 or write to more@indiana.edu.

Students walking through campus in the fall

Reach IU

October 25, 2014

Held in Indianapolis, Reach IU introduces students in grades 8 to 10 and their parents to the many academic and social opportunities at IU. The fall events are for ninth- and tenth-grade students.

Making History with IU

February 20, 2015

This daylong program celebrates diversity and introduces admitted students and counselors to opportunities at IU. Hear a musical performance; have lunch; and meet with students, faculty, and staff from IU departments, schools, and student organizations.

IU Family Receptions

March 7–8, 2015

Held in northwest Indiana, northeast Indiana, and Indianapolis, these events are for admitted students and their families. You’ll have an informal meal with IU alumni, students, faculty, and staff—a great chance to ask questions and get advice on preparing for and succeeding at IU.

The Campus Collage

March 27–28, 2015

This overnight program is for admitted African American, Latino or Latina, American Indian, and Asian American students. You’ll hang out with current students, spend the night in a residence hall, meet potential classmates, and find out about orientation. You’ll also learn about academics, culture, student organizations, and other aspects of IU life.