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Indiana University, Bloomington

(4.6/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
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  • IU basketball games at Assembly Hall are by far the BEST! The atmosphere is second to none! If you can get tickets, I highly recommend you attend a game. This is one of the prettiest college campuses ...  more »
  • Come on! It's IU! I mean nature-like campus with lots of great architecture and history! Beautifully wooded walks through campus filled with art and the hustle and bustle of student life walking throu...  more »
  • If you haven't taken a stroll through the IU campus, you're missing out. My husband, sister, and I all took a lovely walk on a January day while the students were on break. We're all alumni and my hus...  more »
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  • Indiana University is a special place for me. I've been a student and an employee during my time in Bloomington., IN. Despite all the ups and downs I have truly fallen in love with IU. There is no campus like IU anywhere in the United States. The majesty of the limestone buildings and the constant sense of activity when school is in is unique to IU. All I recommend is to question your reality at the University. You are one of tens of thousands and you have to look out for yourself. Take your time going through school, and don't get caught up in projecting the power and majesty of the IU campus onto yourself. It is up to you to make your own way. The university will help you, but don't rely on it to define your career. Always think critically, but do so with a smile and an understanding that person-hood can get lost in the shuffle at an institution as large as Indiana University. Tyler Lipa B.A. Journalism '16
  • The most beautiful campus in America.
  • If you are plannimg on going to the Kelley school of business or the Jacobs school of music it may very well be worth your time. If you are looking to go to the college of arts and sciences (CASE) run now and never look back. I made the mistake of being optomistic and waiting too long so now I'm trapped in an infinite cycle of never being done with required classes that seem to have nothing to do with anything, will take up years of your time, and most only exist to drain student's money from them. Beautiful campus though it's awful in the winter 2/5 would not recommend.
  • Indiana University offers a wide variety of classes in many subjects taught by very knowledge faculty.
  • The campus is beautiful. Friend tripped and sprained his ankle and the staff got ice for him. Hard to top that!