Indiana State University
Since 1865 Indiana State is dedicated to teaching and the creation of knowledge while maintaining its longstanding commitment to inclusiveness, community and public service, and access to higher education. They integrate teaching, research, and creative activity in an engaging, challenging, and supportive learning environment to prepare productive citizens of the world. Inspired by a shared commitment to improving their communities and inclusive excellence, Indiana State University will be known nationally for community engagement, experiential learning, and career readiness. Here at Indiana State University, they relish the fact that their student body represents more than 50 countries they warmly welcome their students who come from all around the world and love the perspective they bring to campus—both in the classroom and in social settings. The first step to take to becoming an Indiana State University student is to complete their online application. Full instructions are available when you click the link at right. They look forward to receiving your application. They believe in public schools, public health, and the public good. They pursue happiness. Fairness, opportunity and the chance for every person to get a great education, that’s why they offer more than 100 majors, 60 online programs, and endless opportunities for their students (undergraduate and graduate). They challenge them 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.
Indiana State University offers more than 100 undergraduate majors. Optional minors are offered in more than 90 areas of study. Non-degree programs include certificate and licensure programs. Indiana State University offers more than 75 graduate programs, including masters, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees. Students also can pursue certificates and licensure programs in concentrated areas of study, enrol in professional development courses, and fulfil continuing education requirements.
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