Total Enrollment: 42,464
Institution Size: 20,000 and above
Campus Setting: Urban
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral and first-professional
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 32,367
Total Grad Enrollment: 10,097
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Typical college town; you'll always find people nearby, it's a relatively "safe" place. You won't be afraid of walking alone at night usually (assuming you're walking in a well lit place).
Tuition rises significantly every year, and there is a lack of financial aid from the school. Because it's a large school, the advisors don't seem to care much about your well being. Since it is...
I liked their emphasis on providing the best in technology for the students and the wide variety of extracurricular activities. I chose not to attend there because it was a bit more expensive due...
The cost of out of state tuition was a bit high for my budget. The "party scene" was active here as far as I could tell, so I would advise a brand new freshman to live in a study-related dorm, or...
The best thing about IU is the diverse community. There is so much to experience here in Bloomington, it's such a rich atmosphere filled with fun people and amazing opportunities!
The worst thing is probably the class size. The introductory courses are packed to the max, but once you get into more specific classes they start to narrow down.
Another awesome thing is The dorm life. Iwas on the Unit Council representing Lowe House in the Men's Quad.
Every student at this school needs Rain boots - when it rains its pretty but there is always standing water for the rest of that day.