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BLUE


THE COLOR OF

LEARN


NING


BIGGER Record enrollment is just the beginning. Think community involvement, impact, and serious opportunities for you to succeed.


BRIGHTER Let your brilliance shine in the Honors College. Put theory into practice working with your professors on research projects, right from freshman year. (Not being stuck waiting until grad school for that experience—now that’s smart.)


BOLDER Innovative programs like engineering and unmanned systems. Leadership and scholarship opportunities like the Networks and BEST programs. Learning experiences that benefit our greater community woven into every academic program.


ACAD We’re top of our class each year for quality and value, according to Forbes and the Princeton Review.


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ACADEMICS | BY THE NUMBERS

Faculty Members

Students Enrolled (Fall ’17)

13,771 684 + % 65 100 $ 16M 50 + 100,000 Countries Represented

Hands-on Learning*

*ACADEMIC PROGRAMS WHICH INCORPORATE.

Scholarships Awarded Yearly

Living Alumni

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States Represented


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ACADEMICS | INTRODUCTION

BLUE Turn your gray matter

Think: Mind-expanding classes. Eye-opening experiences. And plenty of opportunities to launch your future sky high.

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ACADEMICS | MA JORS

Accounting

Finance

Nursing: L.P.N./L.V.N. to B.S. Track

Adult and Career Education

Financial Services

Nursing: R.N. to B.S. Track

African and African American Studies

Fine Arts

Anthropology

Food Service Management

Architectural Engineering Technology

General Studies

Nursing: Traditional Track for Students without R.N. or L.P.N. Licensure

Art

Geography and Sustainability

Art Education—All Grade

Geology

Athletic Training

Health Sciences

Automation and Control Engineering Technology

Health Services

Automotive Engineering Technology Aviation Management

Human Development and Family Studies

Biology

Human Resource Development

Biology with Medical Laboratory Science Specialization

Information Technology

Business Administration

Intelligence Analysis

Business Education

Interior Architecture Design

Chemistry

Language Studies

Civil Engineering Technology

Language Studies Teaching

Communication

Legal Studies

Computer Engineering Technology

Management

Computer Science

Management Information Systems

Construction Management

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Criminology and Criminal Justice

History

Insurance and Risk Management

Cybercriminology and Security Studies

Marketing

Dietetics

Mathematics Teaching

Economics

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Electronics Engineering Technology

Middle School Mathematics Teaching

Elementary Education

Multidisciplinary Studies

Engineering

Music Business

Engineering Technology

Music Composition

Engineering Technology Management

Music Education

English

Music Liberal Arts

English Teaching

Music Performance

Environmental Geoscience

Nursing: Accelerated Second Degree

Mathematics

Operations and Supply Chain Management Packaging Engineering Technology Philosophy Physical Education—All Grade Physical Education—Exercise Science Physics Political Science Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Veterinary Professional Aviation Flight Technology Psychology Recreation and Sport Management Safety Management Science Education Social Studies Education Social Work Special Education Speech-Language Pathology Technology Technology and Engineering Education Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising Theater Unmanned Systems

Explore our 100+ programs at indstate.edu/programs

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ACADEMICS | FACULTY

Get to know your

PROFESSORS. They’re experts in their fields, with deep knowledge and experience to share. And they’re so much more than teachers. You can count on them to inspire and mentor you. To open doors you never knew existed. And to bring the snacks to study sessions.

MEET AND LEARN MORE ABOUT OTHER STATE PROFESSORS AT STATEMAGAZINE.COM/FACULTY

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“DR. DELLA THACKER is everyone’s biggest cheerleader! She is loud and supportive and excited about everything.” Caroline Kinderthain, English education major from Bedford, Indiana

“DR. TINA KRUGER NEWSHAM rides her bike to State every day! Whether it was raining, snowing, or sun shining, she puts on her helmet to minimize the pollution in the air.”

“On the very first day of class, DR. MILTON SOTO-FERRARI told us he would learn all of our names quickly. No one believed he could do it, but by the second week, he was calling on everyone by their first names! Sarah Padan, marketing major from Terre Haute, Indiana

“DR. AZIZI ARRINGTON–BEY has been one of the driving forces to help me grow in to a confident professional. Her never-ending patience has been a true testament to her passion for teaching.” Wade Everhart, interior architecture design major from Terre Haute, Indiana

“When I was struggling in my Engine Thermodynamics class, DR. KRISTINA LAWYER spent time outside of class to help me understand.” Eduardo Parra, automotive engineering technology major from Chicago, Illinois

BRAG FACT DR. AL FINCH, PROFESSOR OF BIOMECHANICS, USES HIS EXPERTISE TO HELP OLYMPIC TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES GO FOR GOLD.

BRAG FACT

“DR. QIHAO WENG’S philosophy about teaching is being able to communicate with the students no matter where they are.” Yitong Jiang, spatial and earth sciences (geography) major from Chengdu, China

“DR. ARUNA CHANDRA showed me my uniqueness is special, to believe in myself, and not to change myself for the sake of others.” Shana Noblitt, business administration major from Orleans, Indiana

BRAG FACT

“DR. WHITNEY BOLING’S love of music and improving quality of life makes her a compassionate and caring person.” Madison Morrison, health sciences major from Terre Haute, Indiana

PACKAGING PROFESSOR BRIAN JAMES BUILT HIS OWN OFFICE FURNITURE. NOT FROM IKEA LIKE THE REST OF US — CARDBOARD.

Carol Thomas, English and English literature major from Shelburn, Indiana

“DR. KUNTAL BHATTACHARYYA makes it a mission to get to know us on a personal level. He constantly touches base with us to find out where each student stands in their internship or job application process.” Michelle White, operations and supply chain management major from Swansea, Illinois

Breeze Keppy, nursing major from Paris, Illinois

TERRORISM EXPERT DR. MARK HAMM IS ONE OF THE FEW CRIMINOLOGISTS WHO INTERVIEWS HIS RESEARCH SUBJECTS IN PERSON — AND IN PRISON.

“During one of DR. ROSETTA HAYNES' classes, I became very interested in slave narratives. These stories opened my eyes to a part of history we typically hear so little about.”

“I can honestly say DR. CAITLIN BREZ is one of my role models. I hope everyone in their college career finds someone who is as inspirational as she has been to me.” Jessilyn Tunny, psychology major from Osgood, Indiana

BRAG FACT

“DR. JONATHON BURNS is truly a unique professor. He engages his students with his humor and his unconventional style of teaching.”

SPEND SOME TIME IN DR. SHAAD AHMAD’S LAB. HE’S HELPING THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION LEARN MORE ABOUT CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS.

Hunter McCord, criminology and criminal justice major from Hanover Park, Illinois

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ACADEMICS | STUDENT EXPERIENCES

EXPERIENCE

YOUR CAREER.

IMPACT THE COMMUNITY. Do it all—starting your freshman year.

“I came in with zero flight time. Within the first week, they had me up in the air learning new things. I didn’t know much about planes, so the flight instructor taxied us out on the runway but he let me take off. I knew immediately I wanted to be a pilot.” Riley England, professional aviation flight technology major from Avon, Indiana

“In my freshman year, my book review was published in the Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology. It’s one of my proudest accomplishments. And I could not have done it without support and encouragement from State’s criminology faculty.” Jordan Denton, criminology and criminal justice major from Mechanicsville, Virginia

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ACADEMICS | HONORS COLLEGE

Ramp up your studies in our Honors College. Sign up for big-time opportunities that get you in the field, in the lab—or to another country. In the Honors College, you’ll dive deep into thought-provoking topics, take on challenges that push you to the next level, and develop close relationships with the best professors. Plus, living with like-minded students in our Honors-only communities is a pretty sweet perk, too.

indstate.edu/honors State’s brightest can earn plenty of green.* PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP UNIVERSITY HONORS SCHOLARSHIP NETWORKS SCHOLARSHIP RURAL HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP SYCAMORE TEACHER LEADER SCHOLARSHIP

*Learn about our full-tuition scholarships for high-achieving students on page 45.

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Australia

Ecuador Background: Thailand

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India

France


ACADEMICS | STUDY ABROAD

LOSE YOURSELF IN ANOTHER

CULTURE. Or share new experiences with a few classmates. Either way, you’ll never look at the world—or your backyard— the same way again. Study abroad at Indiana State offers you the opportunity to earn credit while globetrotting, whether you’re part of a solo immersive experience or faculty-led trip. Even better—most programs qualify for financial aid, so you won’t break the bank as you break in your passport. Where will you go? China, Croatia, or Cuba? Morocco, Thailand, or Vietnam? It’s a big, Blue world. Check it out. indstate.edu/studyabroad

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ACADEMICS | ALUMNI

BLUE Be changed by

Then change our Blue world.

Join our alumni of difference-makers at organizations big and small, here and abroad. Find our recent grads here: AIG APPLE BOSTON SCIENTIFIC COOK MEDICAL CROWN EQUIPMENT CORPORATION CUMMINS EATON ELI LILLY AND COMPANY FCA FIAT CHRYSLER GEORGIA-PACIFIC LLC GREAT DANE HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS INGERSOLL RAND JPMORGAN CHASE & CO. LOCKHEED MARTIN RMS MASTERBRAND CABINETS MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION NCAA PEPPER CONSTRUCTION GROUP PROCTER & GAMBLE REPUBLIC AIRWAYS HOLDINGS, INC. ROCHE UPS US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY WALT DISNEY WORLD

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“STATE ALLOWED ME TO GAIN AN INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE. I TRAVELLED TO 15 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES AND STUDIED ABROAD IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC. BY HAVING AN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION, I HAVE A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF NEW CULTURES AND DIFFERENT WAYS OF THINKING, WHICH IS NOW POSITIVELY ASSISTING ME WHEN COLLABORATING WITH COLLEAGUES AROUND THE WORLD.” Kyle Varble, ’17 Operations and Supply Chain Management Rolls-Royce, Purchasing Graduate Development Program

“I HAD A COLLECTION OF EXPERIENCES THAT TRULY HELPED PREPARE ME NOT JUST FOR MY JOB, BUT FOR LIFE AFTER GRADUATION. I WAS AN ACADEMIC PEER ADVOCATE, MEMBER OF A SORORITY, GRADUATE OF THE HONORS PROGRAM, TUTOR IN THE MATH CENTER, AND CALCULUS STUDENT ASSISTANT. THESE TAUGHT ME TO BE MORE RESPONSIBLE, WORK ON A TEAM, HAVE SELF-CONFIDENCE, MANAGE MY TIME WISELY, AND COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY.” Jessica Waldren ’15 Mathematics Under Armour, Marketing Analyst

“STATE MEANS HAVING UNIQUE OPPORTUNITIES THAT AREN’T AVAILABLE AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES. WORKING ON MEANINGFUL RESEARCH AS AN UNDERGRADUATE WAS FAIRLY UNIQUE AND HELPED ME STANDOUT AMONG MY PEERS DURING JOB INTERVIEWS. AND THE ECONOMICS PROFESSORS WERE SIMPLY OUTSTANDING AND PROVIDED A LARGE BREADTH OF KNOWLEDGE AND DIVERSITY OF VIEWPOINTS.” Justen Rollo, ’11 Economics Bureau of Labor Statistics, Economist

“MY EXPERIENCES AS A STUDENT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS AND A VIDEOGRAPHER IN THE OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING DEFINITELY HELPED ME.  THE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT OPENED MY EYES TO WHAT I COULD DO AND GAVE ME THE CONFIDENCE TO DO IT. AND THE MARKETING OFFICE GAVE ME THE SKILL SET TO ACHIEVE IT.” Dior Sharp,’11 Communications Mattel, Inc., Director of Photography

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EXPLORE


LIFE AT STATE: Your future residence hall, clubs, activities, athletics, food, and more!


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CAMPUS LIFE | BY THE NUMBERS

250 28 + $ % 200K 40 + 425 200 $ 300M Student Organizations

Fraternities and Sororities

+

2017 State Dance Marathon*

Students Living in Campus Housing

*FOR RILEY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Intramural and Club Sports Teams

Tricycle and Tandem Races*

*STUDENT PARTICIPANTS

New Construction and Renovations (over 10 years)

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CAMPUS LIFE | RESIDENTIAL LIFE

Living to learn. Learning to live.

BLUE This is your time to dream big. And State is the place

to turn those dreams into reality. In our living-learning communities, you’ll be surrounded with like-minded students. They’ll encourage, support, and push you to achieve your best. When you’re hungry, head over to the dining halls. Our executive chefs have the training and knowledge to handle any dietary needs. Resident or commuter, vegan or omnivore, gluten-free, or “bring on the carbs!”—this is NOT your high school cafeteria! LEARN MORE AT INDSTATE.EDU/RESLIFE

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CAMPUS LIFE | RESIDENTIAL LIFE

Walk-in Closet

Desk

Wardrobe with Drawers

Bookshelf Unit

Chest of Drawers Chest of Drawers

14' 4" 14'

Wardrobe with Drawers

Desk

Desk

10'

11' 4"

Walk-in Closet

Lockers

Desk

Changing Area

Desk

11' 2"

Changing Area

Pod Style Bathrooms Chest of Drawers

Chest of Drawers

16' 6"

​ hese comfy rooms could be your new T home. State's residence halls have different layouts and features to accommodate each unique Sycamore. Discover the spaces at indstate.edu/reslife​​

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CAMPUS GUIDE | ATHLETICS

BLUE Play

Look for the sea of Blue at any of State’s NCAA Division I athletics events, and that’s where you’ll find the Forest. The student section is usually pretty easy to spot, but

they’re even easier to hear—making noise in support of Sycamores is what the Forest does best. #GoTrees VENUES The Arena: Volleyball Eleanor Forsythe St. John Complex: Softball Gibson Track and Field Complex Hulman Center: Basketball Bob Warn Field: Baseball Memorial Stadium: Football/Soccer LaVern Gibson Championship Course: Cross Country Country Club of Terre Haute: Golf Vigo County Aquatic Center: Swimming and Diving

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MEN’S TEAMS Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field

WOMEN’S TEAMS Basketball Cross Country Golf Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Volleyball


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CAMPUS GUIDE | FACILITIES

BLUE IS GETTING FIT AND HAVING

FUN Where will you go when you need a study

break and have an itch to get up and move? For Brooklynn Keinsley, a health sciences major from Lanesville, Indiana, the Student Rec Center calls her name. “It’s a great atmosphere. I’m able to meet new people, be surrounded by students, get to meet faculty, and relieve some stress. It’s just a wonderful part of Indiana State.” Brooklynn takes advantage of the numerous exercise classes and finds the natatorium to be a unique offering (hello, hot tub!). Will you claim the indoor soccer and volleyball courts as your spot? Or perhaps the weightlifting competitions pump you up. Cardio. Intramurals. A quiet sauna soak. It’s all available!

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CAMPUS GUIDE | SERVICES

BLUE is serving you.

At State, helping students is what we do. You are what drives us, inspires us, and gets us out of bed in the morning. Here are a few of the services we offer Sycamores: University College

Health Center

We’re here to help you make a smooth transition from high school to university life! University College offers the support you need to make your first year a success with high-quality advising and tutoring.

When all you feel like doing is curling up with some chicken soup and a movie marathon, the Union Health Clinic can get you off the couch. Visit us for everything from immunizations to health assessments, men’s and women’s health, lab and X-ray diagnostics, medications, and more.

Math and Writing Center Drop in to get answers to your quick questions or schedule a longer one-on-one session. Whether you need help understanding tougher math concepts or finding the right voice for an upcoming report, our consultants are juniors, seniors, and graduate students, so they’ve been where you are and understand your needs.

IT Support Forgot your computer password for the millionth time? Need help connecting to Wi-Fi? Our IT team provides you with information on educational programs for your classes or just quick fixes on your laptop. And the latest software? We’ve got you covered there, too.

Career Center Have one crystal-clear dream for the future? Or too many to decide? The Career Center can help you find your dream. That process may include help with networking, job applications, and interviews. Build a four-year plan or find a mentor to get you on the right path toward the rest of your life. We’ll be there every step of the way.

Other student resources include: Commuter Services Veterans Resource Center Student Counseling Center Student Support Services

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CAMPUS GUIDE | TERRE HAUTE

WELCOME TO

TERREDISE! If you love the coziness a small town offers but want the convenience of city life, we have the college town for you. Settled along the banks of the Wabash River, Terre Haute celebrates its rich history and brims with cultural activities and parks. Campus is located downtown and boasts a lush, award-winning, and sustainable landscape. See for yourself at terrehaute.com/show

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ADMISS


ION

APPLYING TO COLLEGE doesn’t have to be a scary or overwhelming process. Our admissions team is here to help!


See why so many students choose State.

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ADMISSION | VISIT

Experience Sycamore hospitality at its finest! Spend a day at State, and you’ll meet current students, see our beautiful campus, and taste-test a meal in our dining halls. Plus, our admissions team is here to provide help along the way. Let’s take the step toward the next four years of your life! To see a list of special visit days or to sign up for a campus visit, go to indstate.edu/visiting

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ADMISSION | SCHOLARSHIPS

Extending the (Money) Branch State awards more than $16 million in scholarships each year! Interested in creative and performing arts? We have a $3,000 per year scholarship for that. Interested in business, education, or health care? We pay big in those areas, too! And if you want to gain real-world work experience while earning scholarship dollars, check out State Works. Find out which ones match your academic ambitions and qualifications in The Branch—State’s online scholarship system. You can browse scholarships, award amounts, application deadlines, and more.

INDSTATE.EDU/SCHOLARSHIPS

And here’s a deal for you. Commit to finishing in four years with the Sycamore Graduation Guarantee. If you stay on track but aren’t able to complete your degree on time, the cost of any remaining tuition and course fees are on us. Now, that’s smart!

INDSTATE.EDU/GRADUATIONGUARANTEE

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ADMISSION | SCHOLARSHIPS

GPA 3.8 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

President’s Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition and on-campus housing

December 1

December 15

1270 SAT / 27 ACT Top 10%

University Honors Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1270 SAT / 27 ACT Top 10%

President’s Academic Excellence Scholarship*

$6,000 per year

December 1

December 15

1270 SAT / 27 ACT Top 10%

Academic Excellence Award*

$3,000 per year

December 1

No application required

1270 SAT / 27 ACT Top 10%

GPA 3.5 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

Rural Health Scholarship

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1270 SAT / 27 ACT Top 15%

Gongaware Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1140 SAT / 23 ACT Top 15%

Networks Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1140 SAT / 23 ACT Top 15%

Sycamore Teacher Leader Scholarship

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1170 SAT / 24 ACT

Warren M. Anderson Diversity Scholarship

Full in-state tuition

February 1

February 15

Sycamore Undergraduate Research Fellowship

$2,500 one-time

February 1

February 15

Academic Distinction Scholarship

$2,500 per year

May 1

No application required

Engineering Scholarship

$2,000 one-time

May 1

No application required

Engineering Major

GPA 3.25 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

Academic Merit Scholarship

$1,000 per year

May 1

No application required

GPA 3.0 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

21st Century Housing Scholarship

$1,500 per year towards on-campus housing

May 1

No application required

Complete Scholar Track Program

21st Century Textbook Scholarship†

$500 per year

May 1

No application required

Complete Scholar Track Program

Child of Alumni Textbook Scholarship†

$100 one-time only

May 1

No application required

OUT-OF-STATE SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

Incentive Scholarship

$5,000 per year

Rolling

No application required

3.0 GPA

Midwest Achievement Scholarship Illinois, Kentucky, Midwest Consortium, and Ohio Student Scholarships eligible

$2,000 per year

Rolling

No application required

3.0 GPA

Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, Midwest Consortium

Reduced tuition rate

Rolling

No application required

Admitted without condition

LAPTOP AWARD

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

Sycamore Technology Award

Laptop

April 15

No application required

Pell-eligible determined by FAFSA

1080 SAT / 21 ACT

* To be considered candidates must have two of the following three—GPA, Class rank, Test score (minimum score 900 SAT/16 ACT). † At the Barnes and Noble campus bookstore. Full listing of qualified states go to indstate.edu/scholarships

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ADMISSION | FINANCIAL AID

Don’t be late—time is money. Discover all the ways you can make college affordable: It starts with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). File your FAFSA starting October 1, 2018 to be first in line to receive your financial aid packet. At State, you could be eligible for federal grants (free money), loans (borrowed money), or work-study (a part-time job) to help cover expenses. Have a million questions about financial aid? No worries. Our expert counselors are here to help you stay on top of the process. Indiana residents must meet the state deadline of April 15, 2019. File early to avoid process delays! Enter Indiana State’s federal school code 001807.

INDSTATE.EDU/FINAID

Indiana State tuition estimate ESTIMATED DIRECT EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES FOR AN ACADEMIC YEAR

STANDARD ROOM AND BOARD

STUDENT RECREATION FEE

TOTAL

$8,890

$10,590

$200

$19,680*

Out-of-State with Interstate or Midwest Consortium Scholarship

$11,380

$10,590

$200

$22,170*

Out-of-State and International Students

$19,636

$10,590

$200

$30,426*

Indiana Residents

FULL-TIME TUITION 12 TO 18 CREDITS

Total for the academic year 2018-19.

For a preliminary estimate of your costs and eligibility for scholarships and financial aid, check our Net Price Calculator at

INDSTATE.EDU/COSTS-AID

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We’re closer, and more affordable, than you might think. Out-of-state doesn’t mean out-of-reach. Midwestern students like you are eligible for topdollar scholarships that cut out-of-state tuition nearly in half. Access our high-quality education at nearly the same price as universities in your state—and possibly even for less. See page 45 for more information on scholarship requirements.

CHICAGO

188 MI.

PEORIA

178 MI.

CHAMPAIGN

92 MI.

INDIANAPOLIS

71 MI.

SPRINGFIELD

141 MI.

CINCINNATI

TERRE HAUTE

176 MI.

ST. LOUIS

168 MI.

EVANSVILLE 111 MI.

LOUISVILLE 169 MI.

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ADMISSION | APPLY

GET READY TO WATCH your dreams turn BLUE!

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Apply for free until October 1: indstate.edu/apply

3.

File your financial aid form (FAFSA) as early as October 1. Enter our school code 001807. indstate.edu/finaid

5.

Apply for housing in January and reserve your spot in our cutting-edge residence halls: indstate.edu/reslife

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See Blue for yourself! Schedule a campus visit this fall: indstate.edu/visiting

4.

Apply for scholarships: indstate.edu/scholarships

6.

Sign up in March for New Student Orientation: indstate.edu/orientation

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