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800-GO-TO-ISU • www.indstate.edu/admissions

800-GO-TO-ISU • www.indstate.edu/admissions

800-GO-TO-ISU • www.indstate.edu/admissions

800-GO-TO-ISU • www.indstate.edu/admissions

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INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS • 80,000 living alumni • Fall 2011 Enrollment Total: 11,528 Undergraduate: 9,449 Graduate: 2,079

• Indiana State University offers five undergraduate colleges: • College of Arts and Sciences • Scott College of Business • Bayh College of Education • College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services • College of Technology • Facilities ISU sits on 435 acres and has a total of 52 buildings. • Research funding $10,107,129 • For the ninth year in a row, the Princeton Review has named Indiana State University as one of the “Best in the Midwest.” • Indiana State University students performed over 1.4 million hours of community service in 2010-2011, giving back to communities across the state of Indiana and beyond.

Indiana State University Quick Facts

• Students represent 91 Indiana counties, all 50 states plus two United States territories, and 56 countries.

• Indiana State has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll each year since the program’s beginning in 2006. • The Arbor Day Foundation has honored Indiana State as a 2010 Tree Campus USA University for its dedication to campus forestry management and environmental stewardship. This is the third consecutive year Indiana State has earned the Tree Campus USA designation. ISU was the first campus in Indiana to receive such recognition.

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Community

Terre haute Crossroads to Your Future

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Community

While at Indiana State, your home away from home will be Terre Haute, the largest retail, manufacturing, and industrial center for the 15-county area in Indiana and Illinois that makes up the Wabash Valley. Terre Haute is home to a superior park system, two symphonies, theater groups, several museums, an observatory, and a planetarium. Of course, there are numerous opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment off-campus. You will always find something happening in “the Haute.� For more information visit

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History Created by an act of the Indiana General Assembly in 1865, Indiana State University began offering courses as Indiana State Normal School in January 1870. Established to prepare teachers for the public schools of Indiana, the Normal School’s first freshman class consisted of only 23 students.

With the addition of graduate and doctoral programs, Indiana State College achieved university status and became Indiana State University in 1965. This university status led to the development of additional new programs and degrees including programs in nursing, business, social work, fine arts, and technology.

In 1907, Indiana State Normal School began offering a four-year curriculum and quickly gained a reputation for excellence in training teachers. This success was recognized when the school’s name was changed to Indiana State Teachers College in 1929.

While much has changed since 1865, throughout its history, Indiana State has remained focused on providing a quality education that combines classroom experience and exciting opportunities for hands-on learning while maintaining an active leadership role as part of the Terre Haute and Wabash Valley communities. For more information visit

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History

During the middle part of the century, the college continued its growth as the curriculum expanded beyond the field of education, and in 1960 the college officially became known as Indiana State College.

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Traditions Blue and White

Homecoming

In 1899, it was announced that Yale blue and white would replace the colors of salmon pink and white as the school’s official colors.

The term Homecoming was first used in print announcements for the Alumni-Varsity Basketball Game on December 9, 1916. By the year 1919, this event had became known as Blue and White Day and featured dances and entertainment for alumni of the Normal School. In 1921, the events were organized around a football game scheduled in the autumn. Bonfires and pep rallies were added to the festivities in 1922; the Blue and White Parade in 1923; and in 1937 Bette Whitmore (Kappa Kappa) was elected ISU’s first Homecoming Queen.

Book and Torch The book and torch are official symbols of the University and are featured in its seal. The book symbolizes knowledge and truth and the torch symbolizes the light of inspiration.

Donaghy Day

Traditions

Donaghy Day, named after Fred Donaghy, graduate of the Normal School (1912) and a professor of life sciences, was initiated in 1976 as a day set aside for the community to celebrate spring and to work to help beautify the campus and surrounding community.

Mascot In 1995, the University introduced Sycamore Sam to the ISU family. The blue-and-white creature is a favorite among young and old alike.

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Sycamores

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In 1921, a contest was held to pick a name for the athletics teams at what was then called Indiana State Normal School. Until that time, the term “Fighting Teachers” was frequently used in press accounts of athletic contests. In January 1922, it was announced that the name Sycamores had won a popular vote of the student body. Indiana State University has used this team name ever since.

The Indiana State Tricycle Derby was first held in 1963 as a ten-lap race around the sidewalks of the Quadrangle on children’s tricycles. The races now feature men’s and women’s teams racing on specially built tricycles. For more information visit

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Tandem This student-organized race was first conducted as part of Spring Week activities in 1970. Teams today are comprised of co-ed pairs who compete on tandem bicycles.

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College of Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences is home to the School of Music, 16 academic departments, and 21 interdisciplinary and preprofessional programs which encompass everything from arts and humanities to social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics, and computer science. The College of Arts and Sciences provides a nationally recognized, contemporary education in the liberal arts and sciences.

Departments and Schools

Social and Behavioral Sciences • Criminology and Criminal Justice • Economics • History • Political Science • Psychology Natural Sciences and Mathematics • Biology • Chemistry and Physics • Earth and Environmental Systems • Mathematics and Computer Science

Programs Interdisciplinary and Additional Programs • African and African American Studies • Art Education • Baccalaureate/Medical Degree Rural Health Program • Biology with Specialization in Medical Laboratory Science • English Teaching • International Studies • Legal Studies • Liberal Studies • Mathematics Teaching • Music Education • Social Science Education • Science Education • Women’s Studies

College of Arts and Sciences

Arts and Humanities • Art • Communication • English • Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics • Philosophy • Music • Theater

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Preprofessional Programs • Pre-engineering • Pre-optometry • Predental hygiene • Predentistry • Prelaw • Premedicine • Prepharmacy • Preveterinary For more information visit

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Scott College of Business

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Scott College of Business The Scott College of Business at Indiana State University is dedicated to providing you a nationally accredited professional education with a commitment to excellence. This collaborative learning environment prepares you to take leadership roles in both public and private organizations.

Programs

Accounting Business Education Finance Financial Services Information Design and End-user Computing Insurance and Risk Management Management Management Information Systems Marketing Operations and Supply Chain Management

Interdisciplinary Program The Business Administration major combines programs in the Scott College of Business.

Minors

• Financial Services • Forensic Accounting • Motorsports Studies

Scott College of Business

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“I chose Indiana State because my dad, uncle, and brother attended ISU, all earning degrees in teaching. Campus is small, making friends is easy, and walking to my classes takes less than five minutes. So I guess I can say I attend Indiana State for size, atmosphere, and because being a Sycamore is in my blood.”

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Major: Elementary Education Hometown: Ellettsville, Indiana

Stay connected.

ISU Mobile is a free mobile application for Android™ and iPhone® smartphones that will keep you in touch with the campus from any location at any time of day.

ISU Mobile features include: • Class-related information including assignments and grades • People directory • Sycamore athletics information • Emergency phone numbers • Campus map • Student alerts • News and events • Library • and much more!

To download ISU Mobile, text keword mobile to 63566 or visit your app store.

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Bayh College of Education alumni recognized for outstanding commitment to education Two of Indiana State University’s former education students received statewide recognition for their exceptional leadership by receiving the 2011 “Principal of the Year” awards.

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Bayh College of Education Teaching is one of the most important, exciting, and challenging careers available in today’s high-tech world. For more than 140 years, Indiana State has been preparing teachers and has earned a national reputation for one of the most diverse, respected, and modern teacher education programs in the United States. If you choose the Bayh College of Education, you have opportunities for teaching experiences, beginning your first semester on campus, and other opportunities for experiential learning through tutoring and volunteering in local schools.

• Elementary Education • Elementary Education with Middle School Mathematics Content for Licensure • Special Education with Elementary Education • Speech-Language Pathology (professional non-teaching) • Early Childhood Education (minor) • English as a New Language (minor) • Reading (minor) For more information visit

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Majors and Minors

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College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services

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College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services From healthcare to recreation, the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services offers you programs of study that focus on the physical and mental well-being of the public. Following a philosophy that promotes compassion, integrity, education, and leadership, your degree in one of the college’s health-related programs prepares you for a career that serves diverse populations in a variety of settings from professional athletics and recreational activities to community health education and nursing. For more information visit

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In addition to students serving as assistants and academic peer advocates, nursing and related health care faculty have more opportunities to go where their students live and interact with them outside the classroom.

Department of Applied Health Sciences • Food and Nutrition Coordinated program in Dietetics and Food Service Management • Health Sciences • Environmental Health • Health Administration • Health Psychology • Public Health • School Health • Human Development and Family Studies • Family and Consumer Sciences Education Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation • Athletic Training Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport • Physical Education All Grade • Exercise Science • Recreation and Sport Management Department of Baccalaureate Nursing • Nursing Department of Social Work • Social Work

Minors

College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services

Sandison Hall, a coed residence hall, is a living and learning environment for future health care professionals on five of its eight residential floors. The first floor houses the McKee Nursing Center, equipped with the latest technology for students majoring in nursing and other health care careers to provide valuable hands-on learning opportunities. The basement features space for conferences and group study sessions.

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• Coaching Education • Community Health • Dance • Environmental Health Sciences • Food and Nutrition • General Family and Consumer Sciences • Gerontology (Certificate) • Human Development and Family Studies • Martial Arts • Recreation and Sport Management • Recreation Management and Youth Leadership • Social Welfare • Strength and Conditioning www.indstate.edu/admissions

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College of Technology

College of Technology Indiana State’s technology programs combine technical skills and knowledge with leadership and management abilities to prepare you to be successful in any of the diverse fields of study that encompass technology. An emphasis on hands-on learning is provided in more than 30 contemporary laboratories with additional opportunities for real-world experiences at business and industrial sites. Project Lead the Way Project Lead the Way, (PLTW), is a national non-profit program that provides engineering and technology education curricula for middle and high schools. The ISU College of Technology collaborates with high schools to provide opportunities for students to earn college credit for PTLW classes in a wide variety of programs. For more information visit

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Majors • Adult and Career Education • Advanced Manufacturing Management • Automation and Control Engineering Technology • Automotive Engineering Technology • Aviation Management • Civil Engineering Technology • Computer Engineering Technology • Construction Management • Electronics Engineering Technology • Engineering Technology • Human Resource Development • Information Technology • Interior Design • Mechanical Engineering Technology • Packaging Engineering Technology • Professional Aviation Flight Technology • Safety Management • Technology and Engineering Education • Technology Management • Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising

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Find your fit.

Student academic services center The Student Academic Services Center offers a variety of services including advising new students who have not selected a major and those who need academic support. Other services include tutoring, mentoring, and special programs for student-athletes, non-traditional students, and students with disabilities. For more information visit www.indstate.edu/sasc 800-GO-TO-ISU

University College The University College promotes student success by providing a high-quality network of academic assistance to first-year students, by integrating the efforts of academic units and programs with all other campus divisions and resources, and by promoting campus dialogue and analysis of student success issues.

Majors and Concentrations Food and Nutrition (coordinated

program in Dietetics and Food Service Management)

Gerontology (certificate) History (with concentrations in Applied History and Public History) Health Sciences (with concentrations in Environmental Health,

Health Administration, Health Psychology, Public Health, and

School Health Education) Human and Environmental Systems (with concentrations in Anthropology, Geography, and Geographic Information Science) Human Development and Family Studies Human Resource Development Information Design and End-User Computing Information Technology Insurance and Risk Management Interior Design Language Studies Language Studies Teaching (with concentrations in Spanish Teaching, Teaching English as a Second Language, and World Languages) Legal Studies Liberal Studies Management Management Information Systems Marketing Mathematics Mathematics Teaching Mechanical Engineering Technology Music Composition Music Education (with concentrations in Choral/General Education and Instrumental/General Education) Music Liberal Arts Music Major with Concentrations in Merchandising and Business Administration Music Performance (with concentrations in Brass, Percussion, Piano, Strings, Voice, and Winds) Nursing Nursing: L.P.N./B.S. (for students with a L.P.N. license) Nursing: R.N./B.S. (for students holding a R.N. license) Family and Consumer Sciences Education Operations and Supply Chain Management

Packaging Engineering Technology Philosophy Physical Education—All Grade Physics (with concentrations in Professional Physics, Chemical Physics, and Engineering Physics) Political Science (with concentrations in American Politics and World Politics) Predental Hygiene Predentistry Pre-engineering Prelaw Premedicine Pre-optometry Prepharmacy Preveterinary Professional Aviation Flight Technology Psychology Recreation and Sport Management (with concentrations in recreation management and recreation youth leadership, recreation therapy, and sport management) Safety Management Science Education (with concentrations in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Space Science, and Physics) Social Studies Education Social Work Special Education with Elementary Education Speech-Language Pathology Technology and Engineering Education Technology Management Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising Theater (with concentrations in Acting; Design and Technology; Playwriting and Dramaturgy) Exploratory Studies (undeclared major)

Collegeand Majors of Nursing, Concentrations Health and Human Services

Accounting Adult and Career Education Advanced Manufacturing Management African and African American Studies Art (with concentrations in Art History, Graphic Design, Two-Dimensional, and Three-Dimensional) Art—Fine Arts (with concentrations in Graphic Design, Two-Dimensional, and Three-Dimensional) Art Education All-Grade Athletic Training Automation and Control Engineering Technology Automotive Engineering Technology Aviation Management Biology Biology with Specialization in Medical Laboratory Sciences Business Administration Business Education Chemistry, American Chemical Society certified (with concentrations American Chemical Society certified Biochemistry, Business, and Preprofessional) Civil Engineering Technology Communication (with concentrations in Electronic Media, Human Communication, Journalism, and Public Relations) Computer Engineering Technology Computer Science (with concentrations in Computing Science and Information Science) Construction Management Criminology and Criminal Justice (with concentrations in Law Enforcement and Evidence, Corrections, Law and Administration, and Forensic Investigations) Earth and Environmental Sciences (with concentrations in Atmosphere and Surface Processes, and Geosciences) Economics Electronics Engineering Technology Elementary Education (with concentrations in Early Childhood Education, Reading, English as a Second Language, and Middle School Math) Engineering Technology English English Teaching Exercise Science Finance Financial Services

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University Honors Program

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As part of the University Honors Program, you will receive priority housing in Pickerl Hall, the newly renovated home for University Honors students.

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University Honors Program

For more information visit

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University Honors Program

The University Honors Program provides you opportunities to study, conduct research, and exchange ideas in a challenging and supportive academic environment. The program brings outstanding students and dynamic faculty together in courses that arouse curiosity, stimulate intellectual development, and expand understanding of a larger world. Experience the Benefits • Enhanced curriculum and activities • Fits with any major • Opportunities for hands-on learning, travel, research, and creative expression • Special access to University speakers and programs • Service as campus ambassadors to distinguished visitors

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Real Life 窶「 No Better Experience

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Real Life—No Better Experience Being a success means being part of your community. At Indiana State, we believe that community involvement can and should start here. Indiana State’s Center for Community Engagement coordinates Alternative Spring Break (you can spend your spring break assisting communities in need), Donaghy and Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Service, Sycamore Service Challenge, Sycamore Service Corps, and volunteers for Indiana Special Olympics. For more information visit

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Career Center

Let’s face it, how you want to spend your life is completely up to you, but we can help you by providing informative resources to help you prepare to take on life’s new challenges. For more information visit

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Real Life • No Better Experience

Take advantage of the Career Center staff and tools to help you research careers, find part-time jobs and internships, and plan your professional future. Explore the convenient services available through the ISU Career Center website and visit the office to get answers to your questions.

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“Don’t be afraid of failure, rejection, criticism, seeming foolish in front of your peers. ANY classroom is only as exciting and as deep as it occupants. I teach science classes, where questions are key—there is much to be learned from the questions of students. How you think, how you conceptualize, what are the unknowns to you—surely every faculty member wants to know this, and it surely beats a lecture. So be bold—you won’t be here again. Leave your mark on the lives of others.”

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—Dr. Greg Bierly

Director University Honors Program

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Destination: You Decide If you are interested in other cultures and places, what better way is there to learn about diversity than living in another country? Indiana State University has opportunities for you to study abraod for a summer, semester, or full year at over 100 sites in more than 50 countries: • Finland • France • Germany • Ghana • Greece • Hungary • Iceland • India • Ireland • Italy • Japan • Korea • Latvia • Lithuania • Malaysia • Malta • Mexico • Morocco

• Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Northern Ireland • Peru • Poland • Russia • Scotland • South Africa • South Korea • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Thailand • United Arab Emirates • Uruguay

Destination: You Decide

• Argentina • Australia • Austria • Belgium • Belize • Botswana • Brazil • Bulgaria • Canada • Chile • China • Costa Rica • Czech Republic • Denmark • Ecuador • England • Estonia • Fiji

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—Dr. Roby G. George Director of Bands School of Music

A note from Dr. George

“Indiana State University, and specifically my area of concentration in the School of Music, provides an opportunity for majors and non-majors to participate in our variety of classes and offerings that excite students and give them a chance to be a part of something special. Although musical expertise on an instrument or voice is what we seek, many students of other disciplines play in the band, march in the Color Guard and participate as a member of the Marching Sycamores, sing in the choir or play in our orchestra. Teaching and working with students of varied backgrounds is something we do well and I believe is at the core of education in the College of Arts and Sciences here at Indiana State. We encourage students to look for the possibilities. They are endless!”

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Student Activities • The Other 153 Hours

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Some of the most rewarding experiences you’ll have as a Sycamore won’t happen in the classroom. They will come through participation in clubs, sports, student government, and other leadership and involvement opportunities. Indiana State has nearly 200 student organizations, including general interest clubs, academic clubs, honorary societies, and social fraternities and sororities. You can also be involved with intramural and recreational sports, NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics, Homecoming activities, Student Government Association, and Union Board.

Annual Events • Homecoming • Sycamore Sunday • ISU Fest • 9-11 Candlelight Vigil • Family Day

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Miss ISU Mardi Gras Speakers Series Spring Week Sycamore Remix

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Student Activities • The Other 153 Hours

Student Activities and Organizations

Something for Everyone Just a Few of Our Clubs and Organizations

• Aikido Club • Alpha Eta Rho (Aviation Fraternity) • Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting Honor Society) • Black Student Union • Brotherhood of Successful Scholars (BOSS) • Business Professionals of America • Campus Crusade for Christ • Club Soccer Team • College Democrats • College Republicans • Colleges Against Cancer • Creative Writing Society • Dance Marathaon

• Great Ideas Philosophy Club • Hispanic Student Association • Hulman Memorial Student Union Board • Interfraternity Council • Lambda Alpha Epsilon (Criminal Justice Honor Society) • Linking Language Learners • National Society of Collegiate Scholars • Organization for Students in Physical Education • Paintball Club • Panhellenic Council • Role Player’s Guild

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Rugby Club Saudi Students Club Society of Automotive Engineers Sport Management Club Spotlight Entertainment Student Social Work Association Sycamore Video United Campus Ministry Up til Dawn

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Student Recreation Center College of Student Recreation Nursing, Health Center and Human Services

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Student Recreation Center Activities/Programming • Fitness center • Fitness classes • Lap swim • Recreational swim • Indoor soccer • Floor hockey

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Basketball Volleyball Badminton Cycling classes Wellness education Sundeck

Fitness and Cardio Equipment • Combination of strength and cardio machines • Cardio equipment featuring iPod® integration, personal training program upload/download via USB flash (thumb) drive, and cable television For more information visit

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Student Recreation Center

Fast Facts • Location: East of Lincoln Quadrangles • Square footage: 109,450 • Total cost: $21.7 million • Flooring: The Student Recreation Center has five different types of athletic flooring—two varieties of wood and three different versions of mondo. • Pool capacity: 112,067 gallons • Spa capacity: 5,550 gallons

Amenities • Three-court gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and badminton • Natatorium, consisting of a lap pool, leisure pool, 22 person spa, and facilities for water volleyball and basketball • “Wet” classroom for classroom instruction supporting such aquatic programs as the lifeguard program and other special programs • Cycling room, equipped with 30 top-of-the-line LeMond RevMaster bikes • Elevated jogging/running track • Multi-purpose activity studios suitable for aerobics, martial arts, and fitness classes • Multi-activity court designed for indoor soccer, floor hockey, team handball, and other activities • Administrative offices for the Office of Recreational Sports • Juice bar and lounge area • Locker facilities and equipment rooms • Massage therapy room

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Additional Campus Facilities Additional campus facilities include lighted tennis courts, an outdoor 400-meter synthetic surface track, sand volleyball courts, and racquetball courts.

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“My favorite professor I have had so far at Indiana State is Dr. Mike Chambers. He was actually the first college professor that I experienced at ISU, and he taught my political science course. Dr. Chambers taught with such enthusiasm. His sense of humor and his ability to reach out to students was enough to make even students who didn’t like political science become eager to learn about the various topics. His class also taught me valuable lessons that I will carry on with me as I enter the business industry later down the road.

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The staff at the Scott College of Business are amazing to work with, and it is obvious that they truly want students to excel at ISU. I love that the Scott College of Business offers a Career Development Center where students can seek advice about writing an effective résumé, improving interview skills, and much more. Indiana State was by far the best decision I have ever made, and I look forward to spending the next few years here!”

—Amber

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Major: Business/Accounting Hometown: Terre Haute, Indiana

Join. Meet. Connect. There’s a lot more to Indiana State University than meets the eye. ISU students, faculty, and alumni make up

a vast online community that spans further than campus. That community resides in any number of social sites,

where you can join, make friends, learn about ISU and have some fun. We look forward to getting to know you.

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College of Athletics Sycamore Nursing, Health • Feel the and Rush! Human Services

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Feel the Rush! Watching football on a brisk fall day or getting caught up in the thrill of a three-pointer at the buzzer—those are only two of the experiences you can have cheering for the Sycamores.

football, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Women’s sports include basketball, cross-country, softball, indoor and outdoor track and field, volleyball, golf, and soccer.

Indiana State offers NCAA Division I athletics. Men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross-country,

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Get essential ISU information and services anytime, anywhere on your mobile device or tablet.

My overall experience at ISU has been amazing and I am so grateful to have the opportunity to study at this university. I have had great opportunities because of ISU, and I have gained so much experience since I’ve been here. I went from being a shy and quiet person, who always kept to herself, to someone who loves to meet new people. I am more outgoing than ever!”

—Dionna

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“I like spending time with my friends outside of my classes. I also like to go to various places on campus that host events like Union Board. Union Board always has something going on and they give out great prizes.

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Majors: Nursing/Language Studies Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana

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Residential Life ISU’s ten residence halls offer you a choice of lifestyles and meal plans. You may choose the type of roommate you want by selecting a hall and floor that offers the features that appeal to you—traditional, wellness, or a hall or floor that is home to Honors Program students, or students in a specific major or career objective. For more information visit

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Living in a residence hall will offer you the chance to meet and interact with students from around the corner and around the globe. Residence halls offer: • Comfort, convenience, and technology • Short walks to classrooms, the library, shopping, Student Recreation Center, Hulman Memorial Student Union, the Commons, and Career Center • Lounges, cooking areas, laundry facilities, and mail service • 24-hour staff available for guidance, leadership, assistance, and security • Access to ISU computer network and Internet from your room • Cable service

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Residence Hall Room Floor Plans Burford • Pickerl Hines • Jones Walk-in Closet

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Blue Bucks = Off Campus Dining Indiana State University created the Blue Bucks program to be the ultimate complement to your university experience. Your Blue Bucks account is tied to your existing ISU Student ID Card. All you have to do is swipe your Student ID Card at participating (on-campus

and off-campus) locations at the time of purchase. Once swiped, your balance is deducted from your Blue Bucks account. No more digging into your spending money, late night stops at the ATM or charging up credit cards.

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Eating at Indiana State Eating your meals in the ISU dining halls offers variety, convenience, and great taste. The ISU Plan is a prepaid system of credits and cash that lets you eat in a dining hall, choose from a variety of meal times, and save money, time and the effort of preparing your own meals.

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Commons Cash As part of purchasing the ISU Plan you also receive Commons Cash—a specified amount of money (usually about $100 per semester) that can be used to eat in the Commons food court of Hulman Memorial Student Union. Here you have a choice of restaurants that include: • Burger King • Einstein Bros. Bagels • Mein Bowl Authentic Asian Cuisine • Pizza Hut • Sub Connection • Taco Bell

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You pay for the ISU Plan as part of your residence hall fees. More than 1,300 credits will be applied to your student ID card each semester to be used to purchase meals in the dining halls. Each meal has an assigned number of credits; for example breakfast is six credits. Meals are all you can eat—and there’s a lot for you to eat. Food options include: • Breakfast (you can create your own omelet) • Fresh salads • Sandwiches • Pizza • Specially cooked meals • Hot foods and meals just like at home • Snacks (including healthy fruits and vegetables) • Special dietary meals (these can be prepared with advance notice to the food service staff)

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Once you pay for your ISU Plan, the credits are yours as long as you continue to live on campus. At the end of each year, your credit points (those credits used for eating in the residence hall) are converted to Commons Cash to be used in the food court. Make the decision to take advantage of ISU’s residence hall dining facilities. They’re convenient, easy, inexpensive, and varied. www.indstate.edu/admissions

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In my honors class of medieval chivalry and courtly love, we were given the opportunity to travel to the United Kingdom and experience first hand the things we had learned. On March 2, three of my fellow honors students and our professor, Dr. Harriet Hudson, took off from Indianapolis and were in for a ten-day trip that none of us would forget. I am from a small farm town 40 miles south of Chicago, and places like England or Wales seemed as

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fictional and far off as King Arthur or dragons. Having never been outside of the country, arriving in London came as quite a shock being a foreigner, and my voice sticking out so much from the rest of the crowd. Luckily enough, Dr. Hudson is a very experienced traveler, and, our group being so small, we were able to blend in, and really experience everything in full. In our time in London we had amazing tour guides who led us

throughout the city and explained in great detail the overwhelming amount of history that’s there to be seen. Along with going to places like the British Museum, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Globe Theater, Trafalgar Square, and many other sights around London, we got to see many smaller places as well that might be overlooked or not known about. One of my favorite small spots was an old pub called Ye Old Cheshire Cheese, which is the oldest one in England, dating

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back to 1667. We also took day trips out to Bath, Canterbury, and, maybe the highlight of the trip for me, Chepstow Castle. It was such an awesome experience to look around the castle and know that one of our main subjects of our study, William Marshal, had really been here and built certain parts of it. I got to try on mail armour and an assortment of helmets. I even got to see a weapons demonstration.

All in all it was an amazing trip. I learned not only about medieval history, but also about different cultures, and got to meet many interesting and knowledgable people. I also want to add that our professor, Dr. Hudson, brought a huge contribution to our trip. She added so much to our experience with her large knowledge of history and helped us out when we may have been short a pound or two. Without her our trip would not have been nearly as amazing.

Also I want to thank the Honors Program that made sure the trip still happened even though we were a small group. The things that we learned go beyond the classroom and gave us life lessons that not many people get to know and memories that will stay with us forever.

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For more information about financial aid visit www.indstate.edu/admissions/finaid.htm and www.fafsa.ed.gov

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Net Price Calculator The online Net Price Calculator will give you an estimate of your cost to attend Indiana State University. In only ten minutes, you can start planning how you will finance your college education. The Net Price Calculator is a comprehensive and user-friendly tool that can calculate your student aid based on your individual financial and academic circumstances.

Attending college is a big investment. That’s why financial aid is available to help pay the cost of attending Indiana State. Approximately 74 percent of Indiana State students receive financial aid that comes in many forms: • Scholarships (millions in merit-based scholarships are awarded by Indiana State each year) • Grants from federal or state governments that typically do not have to be repaid • Work-study, a federal government-subsidized student employment program • Subsidized and unsubsidized loan options

Fall 2013-Spring 2014 Estimated Direct Educational Expenses Per Semester Credits 12-18

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Residents of Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Wisconsin Out-of-State Residents

$8,722.00

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• These rates are for recipients of the Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, and Midwest Consortium Scholarships only. ISU offers the Incentive Scholarship to other eligible out-of-state students. For more information visit www.indstate.edu/scholarships

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For more information about fees (tuition) visit www.indstate.edu/admissions/fees

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We’ll Help You Get Here Indiana State University recognizes the academic achievements of incoming students by awarding millions in scholarships each year.

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Academic Excellence Scholarships

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Academic Honors Diploma Recognition Award

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Academic Distinction Scholarships

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21st Century Scholars Housing Awards

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Academic Merit Scholarships

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Academic Achievement Scholarships

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ISU Laptop Awards

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21st Century Scholars Book Awards

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Summer Honors Scholarships

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Scholarships Listed in the following pages are scholarships for entering freshmen who will begin their studies fall 2013 and enroll in 12 or more credit hours per semester. Distance-only and returning ISU students are not eligible for these scholarships. To receive first consideration for many scholarships, students must be admitted to ISU by December 1. Please read the scholarship descriptions carefully for details.

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Other Scholarship Opportunities In addition to the scholarships listed, a variety of scholarships are offered through the University’s academic departments and colleges—and through outside sources, including regional, state, and national organizations. For more information visit www.indstate.edu/scholarships/freshman

President’s Scholarship

7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

Award: $17,000 Per Academic Year Admission Deadline: December 1 Renewable

All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by December 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship.

1. $17,000 per year 2. Approximately twenty (20) awards available 3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Admission deadline: December 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by December 1.

To be considered, candidates must have a combination of two of the following three: • A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.7 on a 4.0 scale •

An 1100 SAT (combined critical reading and mathematics) or 24 ACT (composite)

Ranking in the top 10 percent of the senior class.

6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents 7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

To be considered, candidates must have a combination of two of the following three: • A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.7 on a 4.0 scale

Selection is highly competitive and based on academic and personal accomplishments, as well as performance in a late-winter interview competition

Creative and Performing Arts Award Award: $2,000 Per year Admission deadline: March 1 Renewable

An 1100 SAT (combined critical reading and mathematics) or 24 ACT (composite)

Ranking in the top 10 percent of the senior class

1. $2,000 per year

In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

2. Limited number of awards designated by each department

Selection is highly competitive and based on academic and personal accomplishments, as well as performance in a late-winter interview competition

4. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

University Honors Scholarships

6. Admission deadline: March 1

3. Renewable for three additional years

5. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 7. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

Award: $5,000 Per Academic Year Admission Deadline: December 1 Renewable

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For consideration, candidates must submit a separate application through the appropriate department. An audition, portfolio review, and/or interview are also required.

1. $5,000 per year 2. Forty (40) awards available 3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Admission deadline: December 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by December 1. 6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

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In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

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applying. Candidates must be planning to major or minor in that field. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

Award: Full in-state tuition Admission deadline: December 1 Renewable

1. Full in-state tuition

Art: (812) 237-3697 Music: (812) 237-2771 English: (812) 237-3168 Physical Education—Dance Minor: (812) 237-4048 Photography: (812) 237-3788 Theater: (812) 237-3342

2. Ten (10) awards available 3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Open to Indiana residents only 5. Admission deadline: December 1 6. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by December 1.

Because departments schedule auditions, competitions, and interviews in the fall and winter, early contact with the department is highly recommended

7. Scholarship application deadline: November 15

Competitive Scholarships

The Rural Health Scholarship Program is designed specifically to prepare students from rural Indiana to return to their hometowns, or a similar town, as primary care physicians. Indiana State University and Indiana University School of Medicine have joined together to develop this unique program.

Gongaware Scholarship

Award: $6,500 a year Admission deadline: December 1 Renewable

1. $6,500 per year

For consideration for this award, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, a 1200 SAT (combined critical reading and mathematics) or a 27 ACT, and reside in rural Indiana. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester.

2. Additional $3,000 professional development account 3. Four (4) awards available 4. Renewable for three additional years 5. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents 6. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 7. Admission deadline: December 1 8. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by December 1. 9. Scholarship application deadline: December 1

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Rural Health Scholarship

The Gongaware Scholarship is for students planning to major in financial services or insurance and risk management.

Selection is highly competitive and based on academic and personal accomplishments, as well as performance in a late-winter interview competition. Admission to Indiana University School of Medicine requires students to successfully complete the undergraduate program at Indiana State with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 and a score on the MCAT equal to the mean score of the previous year’s entering class

For consideration for this award, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, be in the top ten percent of their graduating class, and have a 1500 SAT (combined critical reading, mathematics, and writing) or a 21 ACT. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU. Selection is highly competitive and based on academic and personal accomplishments, as well as performance in a late-winter interview competition

The University reserves the right to change scholarships, policies, and award amounts. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

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One-Stop Answers for ISU Students

Sycamore Express helps currently enrolled students find answers to questions about Indiana State University at one convenient place. This Web site provides students with answers and assistance in the processes they need to start and complete their ISU courses and degrees. Topics include everything from billing and finances to registration and scholarships.

In addition, stop by the Sycamore Express stations in the following offices: • Admissions • Bursar Operations (Office of the Controller) • College of Graduate and Professional Studies • Registration and Records • Residential Life • Student Financial Aid

www.indstate.edu/express Bookmark this site for future reference and important updates.

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Stars Scholarship

Academic Excellence Scholarship

1. $5,000 per year

1. $2,000 per year

Award: $5,000 per year Admission deadline: FEBRUARY 15 Renewable

Award: $2,000 per year Admission deadline: December 1 Renewable

2. Guaranteed

2. Six (6) awards available 3. Renewable for up to three additional years 4. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents 5. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 6. Admission deadline: February 15 7. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by February 15.

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8. Scholarship application deadline: February 15 9. Completed FAFSA deadline: February 15 The STARS Scholarship is for students planning to major in computer engineering technology or mechanical engineering technology. For consideration for this award, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.8 on a 4.0 scale and at least $5,000 in financial need. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU. Selection is highly competitive and based on academic and personal accomplishments

3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Admission deadline: December 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by December 1. 6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents 7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by December 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required. To be considered, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester and must have two of the following three: • A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.7 on a 4.0 scale • An 1100 SAT (combined critical reading and mathematics) or 24 ACT (composite)

• Ranking in the top 10 percent of the senior class

Academic Distinction Scholarship Award: $1,500 per year Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

1. $1,500 per year

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2. Guaranteed 3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Admission deadline: March 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1. 6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents 7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

The University reserves the right to change scholarships, policies, and award amounts. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

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8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by March 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required. To be considered, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and an 1000 SAT (combined critical reading and mathematics) or 22 ACT (composite). In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

To be considered, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

Academic Achievement Scholarship Award: $500 per year Admission deadline: JUNE 15 Renewable

1. $500 per year 2. Guaranteed

Academic Honors Diploma Recognition Award

3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Admission deadline: June 15 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 15.

1. $500 one-time award

6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

2. Guaranteed

7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

3. Open to Indiana residents only 4. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 5. Admission deadline: June 15 6. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 15.

8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by June 15 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

A recipient of this award must be a recipient of the Academic Honors Diploma. In addition, the applicant must be a full-time student who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

To be considered, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

Academic Merit Scholarship

ISU Academic Need-Based Grant

1. $1,000 per year

1. $1,000 per year

2. Guaranteed

2. Guaranteed

3. Renewable for three additional years

3. Renewable for three additional years

4. Admission deadline: March 1

4. Admission deadline: June 1

5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 1.

6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

6. Open to Indiana residents only

7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

7. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by June 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

Guaranteed Scholarships

Award: $500 ONE-TIME AWARD Admission deadline: june 15

Award: $1,000 per year Admission deadline: JUNE 1 Renewable

Award: $1,000 per year Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by February 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

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To be considered, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by March 10, and have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) less than or equal to $5,273 as calculated from FAFSA. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

College Challenge Success Award Award: $400 ONE-TIME AWARD Admission deadline: June 15

1. $200 per semester 2. Admission deadline: June 15

Guaranteed Scholarships

3. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 15. 4. Unlimited number awarded each year

Incentive Scholarship

Award: $4,000 per year Admission deadline: June 1 Renewable

1. $4,000 per year 2. Renewable for three additional years 3. Admission deadline: June 1 4. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 1.

5. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

5. Unlimited number of Incentive Scholarships awarded each year

6. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

6. Open to out-of-state residents and international students

To receive this award, students must have enrolled in and earned at least a “C” in a College Challenge course offered through Indiana State University. Students also must meet the requirements for unconditional admission as first-time freshmen at ISU. In addition, students must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

7. Not open to Indiana residents, distance-only students, or returning ISU students

Participation in College Challenge must be noted on the application for admission

Illinois Student Scholarship Award: reduced tuition rate Renewable

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For consideration, candidates must reside in Illinois and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

1. Reduced tuition rate 2. Renewable 3. Unlimited number of these scholarships awarded each year

8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by June 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required. For consideration, candidates must reside outside Indiana and not qualify for a reduced tuition rate offered through the Illinois Student Scholarship, Kentucky Student Scholarship, or Midwest Consortium Scholarship. Candidates also must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

ISU Laptop Award

Award: Laptop computer Admission deadline: JUNE 15

4. Not open to distance-only or returning ISU students

1. Laptop computer

5. All incoming freshmen will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

3. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 15.

2. Admission deadline: June 15

4. Unlimited number of these scholarships awarded each year

The University reserves the right to change scholarships, policies, and award amounts. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

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5. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

Ohio and admitted to the University will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

6. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 7. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by June 15 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required. Indiana State University will award laptop computers to those students who have completed an Indiana Core 40 Diploma (or equivalent) and have a high school cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher based on a 4.0 scale. In addition, students must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

For consideration, candidates must be residents of Ohio, must be earning a College Prep diploma, and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be fulltime students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

Summer Honors Scholarship Award: $1,000 per year Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

1. $1,000 per year 3. Admission deadline: March 1

Award: reduced tuition rate Renewable

4. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

1. Reduced tuition rate 2. Renewable 3. Unlimited number of these scholarships awarded each year

5. Unlimited number of Summer Honors Scholarships awarded each year 6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

4. Not open to distance-only or returning ISU students

7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

5. All incoming freshmen will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required.

To receive a Summer Honors Scholarship, candidates must have completed the Summer Honors Program at Indiana State University. Candidates also must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

For consideration, candidates must reside in Kentucky and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

Ohio Student Scholarship

2. Renewable 3. An unlimited number of these scholarships are awarded each year.

5. All incoming freshmen who are residents of

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1. Reduced tuition rate

4. Not open to distance-only or returning ISU students

Participation in Summer Honors must be noted on the application for admission

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Award: reduced tuition rate Renewable

Guaranteed Scholarships

2. Renewable for three additional years

Kentucky Student Scholarship

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5. Open to Indiana residents only 6. Admission deadline: March 1 8. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1. Freshman applicants must meet 21st Century Scholars Program requirements designated by the State of Indiana and have a minimum 3.7 cumulative grade point average based on a 4.0 scale. Applicants also must have a minimum SAT score of 1050 (combined critical reading and math) or a minimum ACT score of 23 (composite). In addition, applicants must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

Guaranteed Scholarships

The 21st Century Scholars Book Voucher Award will be received through the ISU bookstore; it is not a cash award. Scholarship recipients will be able to go to the bookstore and use their vouchers to purchase books. Candidates should be admitted early because this scholarship is limited in number and awarded on a rolling basis

21st Century Scholars Housing and Book Voucher Award Award: $1,500 and book voucher Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

1. Housing: $1,500 a year toward on-campus housing

The 21st Century Scholars Book Voucher Award will be received through the ISU bookstore; it is not a cash award. Scholarship recipients will be able to go to the bookstore and use their vouchers to purchase books

Center for Leadership Development Scholarship Award: $4,000 Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

1. $4,000 award 2. Two (2) scholarships awarded each year 3. Renewable 4. Admission deadline: March 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1. 6. Open to students participating in the Center for Leadership Development Program, Indianapolis To be considered for this scholarship, candidates must successfully complete the Center for Leadership Development Program, and submit an application to Indiana State University. Candidates must be admitted to ISU and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU

2. Book voucher: $500 per year 3. Renewable for three additional years 4. Admission deadline: March 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

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6. Unlimited number of these scholarships awarded each year 7. Open to Indiana residents only Freshman applicants must meet 21st Century Scholars Program requirements designated by the State of Indiana and have a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average based on a 4.0 scale. In addition, applicants must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

The University reserves the right to change scholarships, policies, and award amounts. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

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CENTER FOR STUDENT RESEARCH AND CREATIVITY (CSRC) ISU’S INCUBATOR FOR STUDENT RESEARCH AND CREATIVITY

Research and creativity are widely recognized as a key component of experiential learning. The mission of Indiana State University’s Center for Student Research and Creativity is to institutionalize student research and creativity, focusing primarily on the undergraduate experience. The center will serve as a clearinghouse for information, support, coordination, and communication for all student research and creative activities.

Since its opening in late fall 2011, the CSRC has supported and showcased music ensembles; undergraduate research in the sciences, social sciences, and health sciences; Allusions, the student literary magazine; a summer student artist in residence program; and even a comedy troupe, The American Flannigans.

For more information visit researchexpress.indstate.edu

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Child of Alumni Book Voucher Award: $500 one-time award Admission deadline: march 1 limited

1. $250 per semester 2. Limited number, thirty (30), of scholarships awarded each year. 3. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents 4. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students 5. Admission deadline: March 1 6. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

Selective Scholarships

A recipient of this award must be a dependent child of an Indiana State University graduate. An applicant also must meet the requirements for unconditional admission and receive no other merit awards. In addition, the applicant must be a full-time student who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU. Children of Alumni Awards are awarded on a firstcome basis to dependents of alumni and are based on academic performance. The applicant must note on the admissions application that he/she is a child of an ISU graduate. It is to the applicant’s advantage to be admitted early because this scholarship is limited in number and awarded on a rolling basis

Lugar Nominee Scholarship Award: $1,500 one-time award Admission deadline: JUNE 1

1. $1,500 one-time award 2. Limited number of scholarships awarded each year 3. Admission deadline: June 1 4. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 1. 5. Open to students nominated by their high school for the Richard G. Lugar Minority Scholarship 6. Completed FAFSA on file 7. Student must enroll full-time at Indiana State University Indiana State University is a proud sponsor of the Lugar Scholarship and the Fund for Hoosier Excellence

Lugar Scholars Award

Award: full unmet need Admission deadline: June 1 Renewable

1. Full unmet need up to the cost of attendance 2. Ten (10) scholarships available 3. Renewable 4. Admission deadline: June 1 5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by June 1. 6. Open to students selected as Lugar Scholars

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Indiana State University is a proud sponsor of the Lugar Scholarship and pledges to meet any unmet need of those selected as Lugar Scholars who choose to attend ISU. A completed FAFSA must also be on file

The University reserves the right to change scholarships, policies, and award amounts. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

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Midwest Consortium Scholarship

Warren M. Anderson Scholarship

1. Reduced tuition rate

1. $5,000 per year

2. Renewable

2. Ten (10) awards available

3. Admission deadline: March 1

3. Renewable for three additional years

4. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

4. Admission deadline: March 1

Award: reduced tuition raTE Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

Award: $5,000 per year Admission deadline: march 1 Renewable

5. Limited number of Midwest Consortium Scholarships awarded each year

6. Open to Indiana and out-of-state residents

6. Most majors eligible; however, not open to nursing majors

7. Not open to international, distance-only, or returning ISU students

8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by March 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required. For consideration, candidates must reside in Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, or Wisconsin—and have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU. Residents of these states who do not meet the March 1 admission deadline may qualify for the Incentive Scholarship

8. All incoming freshmen who are admitted to the University by March 1 will be automatically considered for this scholarship. No additional application is required. The Warren M. Anderson Scholarship is intended for underrepresented minorities. For consideration, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Candidates must also have financial need as demonstrated by a completed FAFSA. In addition, candidates must be full-time students who will be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester at ISU.

Selective Scholarships

7. Not open to distance-only or returning ISU students

5. Requirements (listed below) must be satisfied by March 1.

It is to the candidate’s advantage to be admitted early because this scholarship is limited in number and awarded on a rolling basis

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The University reserves the right to change scholarships, policies, and award amounts. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

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A note from Dr. Harris

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—Dr. Kara Harris

A note from Dr. Harris

“What I love most about teaching at ISU is the attitude that stretches across the entire campus that students come first. Indiana State University allows students so many learning opportunities based on real-world practices that can be achieved in the traditional classroom, distance classroom, laboratories, internships, and through community engagement and experiential learning. These opportunities allow students to understand how to apply their education to the real world prior to graduation, which prepares them for successful careers after graduation.� Director of Undergraduate Academic Student Services College of Technology

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Access all the information you need in one place!

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More. From day one. If you agree that college should be about thinking outside the books, we encourage you to apply for admission to Indiana State University. Applying on-line at www.indstate.edu/admissions is the quickest and easiest way for your application to be received by the Office of Admissions.

Early application is encouraged. To ensure full consideration, applications and official transcripts must be received before the following closing dates.

Application Deadlines Fall semester. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 1 Spring semester. . . . . . . . . . . . . December 1 First summer session. . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 1 Second summer session. . . . . . . . . . . . July 1

What’s Next? • More. From day one.

By applying on-line, you can also track your file at www.indstate.edu/admissions/status.htm. Here you can check for missing or incomplete information, and watch to see when important information, such as your high school transcript, is received. You can submit your high school transcript electronically at www.docufide.com (for most Indiana high schools).

Once your application is complete, you will normally receive a response within one week.

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What’s Next? • New Student Orientation

Jump Start on Success The University’s New Student Orientation Program will bring you (and your family) to campus before fall classes begin. Orientation is designed to introduce you to our diverse academic programs, the advising and registration process, University traditions, and campus pride. These programs are compulsory for all first-time new students. Parents and families are encouraged to attend as well. Before arriving on campus for orientation, you will take an on-line placement examination. This is designed to inform your advisors of how best to prepare you for your chosen field of study. Once on campus, you will: • Meet and form friendships with your new classmates • Stay overnight in a residence hall. (Your family will stay off campus.)

• Eat in a dining hall • Pose for your student ID photo • Work with your academic advisor to schedule your fall classes • Enjoy some recreational time in the Student Recreation Center. (Bring a swimsuit!)

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New Student Orientation is offered in the summer, primarily in June. A fee will be assessed to your account for orientation. For more information visit

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Take a virtual tour of Indiana State!

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Sycamore

During a visit, you will have the opportunity to: • Talk to admissions and financial aid counselors • Speak with an academic representative in your area of interest • Enjoy a student led campus tour Sycamore Preview Days are scheduled throughout the year. These programs provide an opportunity to tour campus, meet with faculty, and learn about application and financial aid procedures. Special events are offered for specific audiences. Examples include Teachers of Tomorrow and Technology Preview Day. Call the Office of Admissions at 800-GO-TO-ISU or visit www.indstate.edu/admissions/visiting to schedule a time to visit.

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Personal campus visits can be scheduled Monday through Friday, and select Saturdays.

Preview days

Visit—Find Yourself

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