Indiana University - Bloomington Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (33)
I went to the satellite campus in Indianapolis. It was ok. It is a commuter campus so you really have to work to make relationships there.
IU was an amazing experience. The buildings, history, professors, and plethora of opportunities allowed to gain the full "college experience" and pushed me into the career path I am currently on. Additionally, the friends I made while studying there are still big parts of my life today.
Not the safest location, but has a police department on campus. Kind of not the cleanest place, but it is a college. Nice people, some really great professors.
Don't rely solely on your guidance counselors advice. Not specifically my university, but I know of many where the counselor misguided the students and they had to take additional courses, etc. Do your own research and have fun!
Excellent faculty: knowledgeable, encouraging, and friendly. Challenging but enriching program. Excellent environment, beautiful campus, and overall good town to live in as well.
My school was wonderful. I received good instruction to make me valuable in my field.
It's too expensive for what it offers. Unfortunately for most young adults and myself, we are told from a very young age and all throughout are schooling to try to get in college and how important it is. It's significance is limited, unless you want to join the boring 9 to 5 workforce.
Fantastic business school, recently renovated building, new technology in most classrooms, faculty is very experienced, 99% of students receive job offers after graduation.
I loved everything about Indiana University, the campus, the education, and the people. I am currently attending IU for my graduate degree because I didn't want to leave.
Great professors, great opportunities, however it is a large school so it's also possible to feel lost and insignificant, especially in classes over 50+ students.