We are so glad you are joining us for this exclusive virtual experience to find out what being a Hoosier is all about. During today’s event, you will have the opportunity to attend three unique sessions, as well as ask questions in our Q&A rooms. Please read below for instructions on how to navigate the event and to learn more about each session.
Welcome to the IU Admitted Student Event!
How to participate
We will be using Zoom for our event. We recommend installing the Zoom Client for Meetings at least 10 minutes prior to our opening session for the best event experience.
After you have installed Zoom, continue reading below to attend our opening session. Then, continue scrolling to learn more about the breakout sessions available.
If you encounter any issues during the event, please email email@example.com.
Session One: Congratulations and Welcome to IU!
7:00-7:40 p.m. Eastern Time
Congratulations on your admission to Indiana University Bloomington! In this session, you'll learn more about next steps and connect with experts on housing, orientation, and the first-year experience. You will also have the opportunity to ask your questions.
Session Two: Campus Life and Student Involvement
7:45-8:25 p.m. Eastern Time
This session will introduce you to current IU students who are involved in different areas of campus. Bring your questions about the student experience and how to get involved at IU.
Session Three: Academic Programs
8:30-9:10 p.m. Eastern Time
Learn more about the opportunities available through your academic program by connecting directly with our schools in this breakout session. Find out how the IU education will help you discover your passions and pursue what you love.
Join us to discover what life in the College of Arts and Sciences looks like! You’ll hear from the recruiting team about everything from our over 80+ majors to research opportunities to career preparation with the Walter Center for Career Achievement. Be sure to come with questions for our College Ambassadors to get first-hand accounts of student organizations, campus culture, and more.
Learn more about the Eskenazi School and what to expect during your first year. General opportunities, first year learning outcomes and courses, and advising will be covered. Visit go.iu.edu/visitsoaad for other ways to explore the Eskenazi School before and after the session.
Get to know the Hamilton Lugar School (HLS) and how we support globally engaged students like you—from the first day of classes to graduation and beyond. Meet with current HLS student and academic advisors to learn more about your program and how our flexible degree requirements allow you to make the most of your time at IU.
Join an advisor from the Health Professions and Prelaw Center to learn about services available for Indiana University students preparing for law school, medical school, and other health profession school, and how to become a competitive applicant.
Hutton Honors College Information Session: Join the Director of Admissions and several Hutton Students for a short presentation followed by a Q & A to learn about the opportunities the Honors College has to offer.
Please join representatives from the Jacobs School of Music to learn about opportunities for both majors and non-majors. You are welcome to bring specific questions related to your interests or simply join us to hear about the many ways Jacobs can be part of your life on campus. We will discuss studio placement and performance opportunities for majors, lessons, classes, and ensembles for non-majors, and much, much more.
This Kelley School Information Session will be your dedicated time to meet with an Admissions Director to discuss programs and opportunities offered at the Kelley School of Business.
Join the Luddy School session to hear from a panel of current students about what you can expect as a student at IU and the Luddy School—from class styles and working with our faculty to advising appointments and what to expect on a typical day—we’ll cover it all, and answer your questions! Parents and families are more than welcome!
During this session, you will meet with a representation from the School of Education. You will hear about our engaging programs, awesome advisors and faculty members, and the opportunity to fulfill your student teaching experience in a very unique way. We are excited to meet with you!
Join our session as we review the pre-nursing courses/prerequisites, admission criteria to the School of Nursing, and the nursing application process.
Are you considering an academic program in the School of Public Health? A full list of our majors can be found here. Sessions will provide a general School of Public Health overview, feature guest speakers affiliated with the school, and offer the opportunity to ask questions. Register in advance and let us know what questions you have. We hope you can join us!
As the oldest school of social work in the country, as well as the largest and highest-ranked school of social work in the State of Indiana, the School of Social Work has a strong track-record of preparing leaders who will tackle the most important issues of our time. Attend our session to learn more about how you can join our school and make a difference in the lives of children, families, individuals, and communities.
Join representatives from The Media School to learn more about undergraduate programs, student opportunities, and to hear from current students. Majors include Journalism, Media, Game Design, and Cinematic Arts. We look forward to speaking with you and answering your questions!
Hop in to one of our Q&A rooms anytime during the event (after Session One ends) to connect directly with experts and get answers to your specific questions.