Indiana State University
Since 1865, Indiana State University have stood up: For hard work. For solid values. For sycamore trees. And for students. It believes in public schools, public health, and the public good. The university pursue happiness. Fairness. Opportunity. And the chance for every person to get a great education.
ISU offers more than 100 majors, 70 plus online programs, and endless opportunities for students (undergraduate and graduate). It challenges students to grow and learn inside and outside the classroom. And to make an impact on the community, whether right here in Terre Haute or halfway around the world. At Indiana State, students will find eye-opening experiences. Tons of opportunities. And mind expanding classes run by the most passionate professors around.
Professors are so much more than teachers, with deep knowledge and experience to share, they’re experts in their fields. Students can count on them to inspire them, mentor them, and to open doors they never even knew existed in the classroom and even online. They can get their hands dirty with practical experience in the research lab, in the field, and out in the world. Like examining a real human brain. Traveling to San Diego for a Pacific Ocean research dive. Or working with Adidas Sport on future business plans.
The ISU Treehouse is a social network for students to explore student organizations, find an event to attend, and get connected to campus. There are currently 270 registered student organizations that promote student involvement on campus. Studies have shown that students that are involved on campus increases retention and persistence toward degree completion. Through involvement students learn to be more socially competent, academically focused and civically engaged.
Recently ranked nationally No. 1 in public service by The Washington Monthly, the Center for Community Engagement connects Indiana State University to the community. It coordinates and support opportunities for faculty and students to learn and serve with community partners throughout the Wabash Valley and beyond.
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