Diversity Programs

Portrait of Dejah Humbert

Dajah Humbert was determined to go to a college outside of Indiana until she attended a Red Carpet Day at IU and was invited to the “Lunch with Larry and Campus Partners” program. At the luncheon, she met other prospective and current students and IU staff members. She even learned about a wonderful scholarship opportunity with Hudson and Holland. According to Dajah, "If I did not attend ‘Lunch with Larry,’ I would never have gotten that amazing scholarship."

Explore IU

September 29, 2018

Explore IU is a unique opportunity for historically underrepresented juniors and seniors. IU faculty, staff, and students will be on hand to share information, provide guidance for college preparation, and answer questions about admission to Indiana University. Lunch, entertainment, and special workshops will be provided.

IU Family Receptions

March 1–2, 2019

Held in northwest Indiana, Fort Wayne, 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. More information will be available soon.

Red Carpet Day Luncheons

March and April 2019

Admitted students and their guests are invited to lunch as part of the Red Carpet Day experience. Campus partners, Office of Admissions staff, and current IU students will be available to answer your questions as you finalize your college plans! More information will be available soon.

The Campus Collage

March 22, 2019

This program is for admitted minority students. You’ll hang out with current IU students, meet potential classmates, and find out about orientation. You’ll also learn about academics, culture, student organizations, and other aspects of IU life. More information will be available soon.

Reach IU Events

April 18 and 25, 2019

Students in grades 8–10 in the Indianapolis area are invited to attend one of two Reach IU events: April 18 at Lawrence North High School and April 25 at Pike High School. These programs introduce students and their parents to the many academic, social, and cultural opportunities at IU Bloomington. Scheduled activities include a career exploration workshop, parent workshop, and resource fair. Admissions staff and current IU students will be available to answer questions.

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