Indiana University - Bloomington Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (48)
Indiana University is a great place for students to engage in fun and learning. There is so much here to see and do. Learning takes place in both the classroom and out. Many of the professors and teachers here are well rounded and educated individuals. They are assets to the students and provide so much knowledge. It is a big place, but once you get the lay of the land, it is really a great place to be and feels like a close community.
Indiana University Bloomington is a beautiful and vibrant campus. The campus offers many unique trails and pathways to get to and from class. This particular aspect is what first drew me to attend Indiana. There was just something about walking campus during any season that offered a kind of serenity that you won't get anywhere else. It didn't take long to realize that along with the campus, the students and staff were also beautiful and vibrant. The diversity at Indiana really makes attending there a once and lifetime experience. I am extremely happy with the degree and with the time I spent at Indiana!
My time at Indiana University has definitely been a positive one. My major, human biology, is a newly formed major and it encompassed man things that I am interested in. As a pre-medical student, the courses are definitely tough. I would say that I can count on my hand the number of faculty that I believe went above and beyond to teach and sincerely want the best for me. I'm sure this is the case at most large public institutions and I'm sure that I am a stronger person because nothing was handed to me.
Indiana University Bloomington and the Jacobs School of music have been a wonderful and busy experience for me. There are so many different interesting classes you can take and I have learned so much beyond just my field that i find invaluable. For music students my recommendation is to come for graduate school, due to the work load for undergraduate music major being so intense. The greek system has a bad reputation from the past couple of years are past and the bad eggs have been removed from the University which has really straightened out the on campus greek system. The off campus fraternities and sororities are great opportunities as well for students who want something more specific, like a black, latino, or even Chemistry fraternity! The athletics have always been a point of pride for IU and it is not just limited to varsity sports. The intramural system is vast at IU and has every sport you could imagine. There is even a group you can join to play Quidditch. I am very satisfied with my experience at Indiana and would recommend to most people but definitely Business, music, and IT majors to consider IU.
The rigor of the classes associated with my major prepared me for the intensity and pace I would find with my graduate studies. Without this preparation, I would've found myself drowning and falling behind. The wide spectrum of classes my major provided also gave me a large knowledge base that would allow me to pursue many different careers if I so pleased. Indiana University also did an amazing job at providing job and career fairs to those students who needed help networking and finding help with internships, graduate schools, or careers outside of school.
Indiana University has a great campus that offers a variety of different degrees and organizations for one to join. As a Public Health major at IU I felt as though my professors taught me a lot about the field through their experiences in the field. I enjoyed the different jobs I learned about based on careers that my professors had. They also did a great job of showing me how to network and meet other professionals in my field.
Indiana University offers a wide variety of courses. I personally found interest in the health care field and chose to study Kinesiology. Indiana University provided me numerous classes with outstanding professors allowing me to learn a great deal. Ultimately, Indiana University allowed me to be accepted into my graduate program and provided me all of the necessary tools.
My major was quite new so my resources were few. That has changed according to the newsletters and information sent out by the department since my graduation. Safety was paramount and I never felt unsafe on campus. Professors and TA's were accessible and all campus operations (bursar, registrar, and finance) were easy to navigate.
Indiana University- Bloomington is truly a college that has it ALL. From the beautiful campus to the committed professors, its obvious that this school, though large, can make any student feel at home. It's not easy to be a big college school and make every single student, 40,000 or more, feel like they have a unique and special college experience, but Indiana University definitely succeeds. The campus spirit alone is enough to bond complete and total strangers. Whether corroborating about mutual love of basketball or working with the top notch computer scientists, IU seems to be a common link that unites people across the globe. It is pretty astounding to walk through campus and know that your future college career can be anything you want it to be. There is no lack of opportunity at IU! Robotics club? They meet every week. Chalking sidewalks to spread cheer for the big game? Meet at Jordan Parking Garage at 9. Want to start your own club? Grab a professor to sponsor and get started! At IU, the future is yours for the taking. The opportunities are limitless, the education is tried and true, and the friendships last a lifetime. I am so proud of my school and my choice, and hope that you give IU the chance to change your life. I promise-- it will!
IU has small town charm with a big campus feel. I had great instructors and left with a great sense of pride upon graduating from the Jacobs School of Music. Those within my field know of IU's great reputation for dance. I had many opportunities that I would never have experienced in another program.