Indiana State University Graduate Viewbook 2024

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“Indiana State University provides exceptional, graduate-level education to students who are ready to work hard, push forward, give back, and aspire for more. We offer flexible yet rigorous programs in more than 70 academic and professional fields, taught by faculty who are renowned in their disciplines and dedicated to supporting your success.”


Earn an advanced degree with value and impact!

Welcome to Graduate Studies at Indiana State University! Whether you are a new college graduate looking to continue your education or a working professional interested in a career-enhancing credential or degree, Indiana State offers the programs, networks, and credibility to help you move up and stand apart.

I am Dr. Kenneth Games, Director of Graduate Studies, and it’s my pleasure to share with you the programs, opportunities, resources, and benefits of graduate education at Indiana State. I believe you will find our 150-year-old public university to be an ideal learning environment for earning your advanced degree and building a distinguished academic and professional profile.

Indiana State offers more than 70 academic degree and certificate options across the arts and sciences, business, education, engineering and technology, and health and human services. These include nearly 60 master’s and doctoral degrees. Our flexible programs, many offered in hybrid or fully online formats, are designed to fit your busy schedule, personal circumstances, and learning preferences, ensuring you can advance your education with us no matter where life takes you. Whether you take classes on campus or online, you will enjoy the same robust academic resources, such as our collections in the Cunningham Memorial Library, and access to responsive student services including academic advising, mentorship programs, our counseling center, and more.

Many of Indiana State’s graduate programs are nationally recognized and highly competitive. Our expert faculty maintain active, extensive professional networks that can help our students secure valuable externships, research projects, and job opportunities upon graduation. Indiana State is also a service-oriented campus where scholarship, experiential learning, and volunteerism are mutually supportive endeavors. Whether working on local community projects, meeting with clients during clinic hours, or participating in regional or international service trips, you will always have an opportunity to give back and pay it forward as a Sycamore.

I invite you to learn more about Graduate Studies at Indiana State in the pages that follow. Feel free to email me at with any questions. Or visit us online at I look forward to the possibility of you joining our vibrant academic community at Indiana State!





* Additional dollars available through endowments, donations, and other budgeted resources.


Indiana State University offers 70+ graduate degree, certificate, and non-degree licensure and credential programs across five academic colleges: the Bailey College of Engineering & Technology; the Bayh College of Education; the College of Arts & Sciences; the College of Health & Human Services; and the Scott College of Business. These include nearly 50 programs that can be completed entirely or substantially online. Find your program of interest below and visit to learn more!


Art Studio, MA

Athletic Training, MS

Biology with Thesis, MS

Biology without Thesis, MS **

Business Administration, MBA**

Career and Technical Education, MS **

Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS Communication, MA

Computer Science, MS ** Criminology and Criminal Justice, MA and MS ** Electronics and Computer Technology, MS ** English, MA

Fine Art, MFA

Geography, MA

Geoscience, MS History, MA**

Human Resource Development, MS **

Kinesiology: Exercise Science, MA and MS

Kinesiology: Coaching, MA and MS Mathematics, MA

Mathematics, MS **

Nursing, MSN *

Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN *

Occupational Safety Management, MS **

Occupational Therapy, MS

Physician Assistant Studies, MS Psychology (General), MA and MS

Public Administration, MPA**

Public Health, MPH **

School Administration and Supervision, MEd

School Counseling, MEd

Social Work: Advanced Standing, MSW

Social Work, MSW

Speech-Language Pathology, MS

Sport Management, MS *

Student Affairs and Higher Education, MS **

Teaching and Learning, MEd **

Technology Management, MS **

TESL and Linguistics, MA


Biology: Ecology, PhD

Biology: Microbiology, PhD

Biology: Physiology, PhD

Clinical Psychology, PsyD

Doctorate in Athletic Training, DAT **

Educational Administration: Higher Education Leadership, PhD

Educational Administration: School Administration, PhD

Instructional Leadership, PhD *

Nursing, BSN-DNP *

Nursing, Post-Master’s DNP *

Physical Therapy, DPT

School Administration, EdS **

School Psychology, EdS

School Psychology, PsyD

Spatial and Earth Sciences, PhD

Technology Management, PhD *


Advanced English Teaching, Graduate Certificate*

Advanced Study in Public Administration, Graduate Certificate*

KEY: * = Online Only ** = Also Available Online | Programs available as of May 17, 2024. Program availability subject to change. Visit for the official listing of available programs.

Advanced Study in Public Personnel Administration, Graduate Certificate*

Career and Technical Education, Post-Master’s Non-Degree Licensure **

Communication Leadership, Graduate Certificate**

Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Licensure*

Digital Media Communication, Graduate Certificate**

Evaluation and Assessment, Graduate Certificate

Exceptional Needs Mild Intervention, Non-Degree Licensure*

Family Nurse Practitioner, Post-Master’s Certificate*

Genomics, Health, and Public Policy, Graduate Certificate* Health Communication, Graduate Certificate** History, Graduate Certificate

Human Resource Development, Graduate Certificate**

Organizational Leadership and Learning, Graduate Certificate**

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Post-Master’s Certificate*

Psychoeducational Assessment, Graduate Certificate

Public Advocacy Communication, Graduate Certificate** Safety Management, Graduate Certificate**

School Administration, Post-Master’s Non-Degree Initial Licensure

Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language, Graduate Certificate**

Transition to Teaching: Elementary Education*

Transition to Teaching: Secondary Education*

Transition to Teaching: Special Education*

Visual Impairment, Non-Degree Licensure for Exceptional Needs*

Scott College of Business

The Scott College of Business offers unparalleled graduate education for business and human resource professionals. We are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the premier quality benchmark for excellence in business education worldwide. Our innovative curriculum and highly experienced faculty invest you with the skills and knowledge to gain a competitive edge in today’s global marketplace!

Bayh College of Education

At the Bayh College of Education, 150+ years of teaching excellence empowers you to shape the next century of education. Step into a legacy of innovation and leadership as you advance your knowledge and credentials in our supportive teaching and learning environment!

College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Arts & Sciences offers academically rich and professionally focused graduate studies in a variety of essential disciplines. From communication and psychology to biology and geosciences, our 30+ master’s, doctoral, and graduate certificate programs prepare you to excel in your profession and create positive change in our world!

Bailey College of Engineering & Technology

The Bailey College of Engineering & Technology prepares you for leadership positions in today’s most dynamic technological industries, with master’s and doctoral degrees in technology management and occupational safety management. We also prepare technology professionals for rewarding positions as educators with our master’s degree in career and technical education. Our cutting-edge curriculum and industry-connected faculty will prepare you to manage, lead, and teach others in rapidly advancing tech fields!

College of Health & Human Services

The College of Health & Human Services prepares skilled HHS practitioners to level up in their profession with advanced degrees and credentials in nursing, social work, public health, athletic training, physical therapy, and more. Our dedicated instructors, practice-focused curriculum, and intensive experiential learning opportunities prepare you to serve and improve the wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities at the highest standards of HHS practice.

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Realize your potential at Indiana State University!

We regularly host exclusive virtual and in-person events where you can have your questions answered and learn about the many resources available to you for graduate school. You can also schedule personalized advising sessions with our Admissions staff and learn more about financing your graduate education from our Financial Aid counselors.

We also encourage you to reach out to your academic department to inquire about application materials and deadlines, start dates, program orientation, available assistantships, and other important information.

Be sure to contact to register for email notifications about upcoming events and opportunities. Begin your graduate school journey today at Indiana State!


A global perspective on social work.

Master of Social Work (MSW) student Tamanda Chitalo enrolled in graduate school at Indiana State University before ever stepping foot on the Terre Haute campus. The student from Blantyre, Malawi knew what career she wanted to pursue; after securing a graduate assistantship from Indiana State, she left her home and her native country to follow that dream.

Tamanda Chitalo enjoys Indiana State’s MSW program because she can express her views, offer a different perspective as an international student, and learn more about herself. And she is able to apply her classroom learning in dynamic social work environments.

Tamanda credits faculty in the MSW program for helping her navigate through graduate school and for recommending her for scholarships and experiential learning opportunities. She completed an internship with the Hamilton Center in the Vigo County Outpatient Department, where she worked in community mental health and managed cases with individuals and families suffering from serious mental

illnesses. She also completed a fellowship program with an organization in Boston, where she learned to provide quality care to under-resourced communities.

Throughout her time in the MSW program at Indiana State, Tamanda believes she has grown professionally and culturally as a social worker. She comments, “Almost a year ago, I was a new student with a lot of anxiety about how it [my education] would work out. Right now, I can confidently say I am successfully navigating the sails and experiencing growth in the process as an African international student. The learning and opportunities for growth and development are endless.”

“I chose Indiana State when I learned that the Master of Social Work program was accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Coming in from overseas, I had to make sure I was getting into a program that was recognized and worth the time investment. A month before coming to the United States, I was able to secure a graduate assistantship, which meant full funding. So, I was like, ‘Why not?’”

I had so much going on [personally] and people didn’t know if I could complete the program, but I had everything ready to go and was ahead on clinical hours. The first half of the semester I paced myself with help from my preceptors, classmates, and faculty. I went through a lot over the semester and still persevered, and I passed the national boards the day after Christmas. My instructors were so amazing! I was an A student and when all of this happened, they worked with me, were gracious, and helped me get through and do well.”


Advance your career from anywhere!

Indiana State University offers online learners advantages including:

• High-quality academic programs

• Flexible course formats (many asynchronous)

• Convenient virtual access to professors

• Ready access to academic resources and student services

Indiana State University offers nearly 50 graduate degrees fully or substantially online, including programs in:

• Biology

• Business Administration and Human Resources

• Computer Science and Technology

• Criminology and Criminal Justice

• Educational Administration

• History

• Mathematics

• Nursing and Applied Medicine

• Public Administration

• Public Health and Safety Management

• Sport Management

• Student Affairs and Higher Education

• Teaching and Learning

• Technology Management and Technical Education

Online courses are taught by the same expert, full-time faculty as our on-campus classes. Students in our online learning communities also support each other through study groups, team projects, and networking activities. This means you will have your classmates and your professors in your corner throughout your time at Indiana State!


Graduate students at Indiana State University learn and thrive in a dynamic and highly interactive learning environment. Curriculum is designed to be engaging and relevant, with a focus on practical application and real-world problem-solving. Our programs are flexible, with many providing online options or hybrid programs with limited campus visits for students whose location, work, and life responsibilities require additional scheduling convenience.

Whether online or on campus, as a graduate student at Indiana State University, you will benefit from a breadth and depth of academic and career resources. Cunningham Memorial Library provides access to an array of books, journals, databases, special collections, and U.S. government depository materials. The Writing Center offers guidance and feedback on writing theses or dissertations. The University’s Student Success and Advising Center provides thoughtful feedback and support as you navigate your academic journey. Technology Support assists you with access to computer labs, software, and online learning systems to aid in academic projects and research. And the Career Center can help you prepare for your professional life beyond the university with resume reviews, job search strategies, and networking opportunities.

Indiana State University is also home to many specialized outreach centers and clinics that play a vital role in the graduate education experience here. These include: the Center for Sports Medicine and Performance in the College of Health & Human Services; the Small Business Development Center in the Scott College of Business; the Psychology Clinic in the College of Arts & Sciences; and the Counseling Clinic, the Porter School Psychology Center, and the Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders in the Bayh College of Education’s Norma and William Grosjean Clinic. These and several other centers facilitate advanced experiential training opportunities for graduate students while also providing services and resources to local community members. Such hands-on learning activities are foundational to the graduate studies experience at Indiana State University, and they support the development of skilled, ethical, and caring professionals.


Indiana State University has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1915.

Many degree programs are further distinguished by specialized accreditations from discipline-based organizations and professional associations, ensuring that they meet rigorous academic and professional standards. These accreditations affirm the University’s commitment to excellence and continuous improvement in higher education.

Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing

Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics

Accreditation Council for Genetic Counseling

Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education

Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant

American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

American Council for Construction Education

American Nurses Credentialing Center

American Psychological Association

Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering

Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education

Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education

Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-LanguageHearing Association

National Association of School Psychologists

National Association of Schools of Art and Design

National Association of Schools of Music

Council on Social Work Education

National Association of Industrial Technology

National Environmental Health Science Protection and Accreditation Council

National Recreation and Park Association/American Association for Leisure and Recreation


“This degree is not only helping me for what I do now, which is a lot more administrative and human resource issues, but I also do more grant writing. That aspect of the MPA program has been very applicable to my current role. We’re a communityoriented police department, so we have lots of interactions with various social service agencies and not-for-profits. Indiana State’s MPA program fits in seamlessly with that.”

MPA Student Department of Political Science


“I had a great relationship with faculty members during my undergrad, and graduate school has expanded on that. You can find the department faculty in their office ready to talk to students on any day. Everyone has been supportive and flexible. I enjoy being able to ask questions and discuss different issues that I’ve read about or that we are seeing in the news.”


“Overall, my experience has been enriching. I always wanted to go abroad and pursue a higher degree. I have learned how to become independent because back in my country [Nepal], we are more dependent on our family emotionally and even for the smallest stuff. Indiana State taught me how to be independent in every aspect. I enjoy the campus and university. Within my department, we are a small group, but diverse. Everybody is so friendly and approachable, including our professors.”

PhD Student

Spatial and Earth Sciences

Department of Earth and Environmental Systems


“I am impressed by the Scott College of Business MBA program. After moving from the in-person to the online format, I felt like I hadn’t missed a beat, and the quality of the education has remained high. Our professors have put a lot of thought into the curriculum, which focuses on what a student needs to know in tomorrow’s business world.”

MBA Student

Scott College of Business


Inspiring students to love research!

Dr. Lindsey Eberman influences students to overcome all challenges – big or small. As professor and program director of Indiana State’s Doctorate in Athletic Training (DAT) program, she encourages students to be patient-centered, clinically expert practitioners while also continuing her own independent research.

In Indiana State’s DAT program, Dr. Eberman wants her students to care about research. A self-described “research bug,” she has published more than 200 research manuscripts. A large portion of these publications were co-authored by students and alumni. Much of her research focuses on heat physiology and the effects of heat stroke on athletes. Other research investigates leadership techniques aligned with Eberman’s work as director of Indiana State’s Leadership and Professional Development bachelor’s program and the Instructional Leadership PhD program.

“I want my students to be excited about what they’re learning. I try to make learning fun but also practical for their future

careers,” Eberman says. The professor’s commitment to student success and research has been recognized through numerous awards, including the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Emerging Educator Award, the NATA Professional Development Excellence Award, and the NATA Gail Weldon Award of Excellence. In 2024, she received the President’s Medal from Indiana State, its highest faculty honor.

But Eberman isn’t done with her work yet. She plans to continue mentoring students, completing research with her graduate students, and finding new ways for them to discover the joy in learning.

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Indiana State University provides a rich, supportive scholarly environment for graduate students, with robust academic resources and engaged social and professional communities of learners. Opportunities for scholarship, community engagement, and other experiential learning activities will take you beyond campus with visits to local businesses, attendance at academic conferences, trips for field research, and even journeys overseas to learn from professionals in countries such as Croatia, India, Thailand, Scotland, and Japan.

Back on campus, you can become involved with our Graduate Student Association, which promotes a social atmosphere of learning and growth through assorted activities and professional development workshops. At Indiana State, this convergence of academic excellence, immersive experiences, and community engagement cultivates advanced learning and a global perspective, preparing you to make an impact in your profession and far beyond.


As a graduate student at Indiana State University, you can live and learn right on campus, within walking distance of classes, labs, Cunningham Memorial Library, recreational activities, campus events, and plenty of on-campus resources. Optimize your Sycamore experience with an on-campus residence, or look for convenient local housing choices in the surrounding neighborhood!

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from nations around

the world study, learn, and grow with Indiana State University!

Our campus hosts a vibrant, multicultural community of learners who embrace and celebrate diversity. And we provide a full range of student services to help international learners adjust to life on campus and in the United States.

Opportunities for international graduate students at Indiana State University include:

• Faculty mentorship

• Graduate assistantships and research

• Professional networks supporting career prospects

• Campus employment options

• Membership in student organizations

• Community volunteer opportunities

If your goal is to earn a respected, accredited graduate degree in America, Indiana State offers a high-quality, affordable, and life-changing educational experience. Learn more about our campus by taking a virtual tour today at

Indiana State is home to graduate students from 36 nations including:

“One unique thing I find about ISU is people help you regardless of where you come from. I feel part of the team, like I have a family here. There are so many opportunities to develop leadership skills.”
William Adu-Mensah, ’20, ‘24 Student Affairs and Higher Education MS

Educational Administration PhD


Welcome to Terre Haute!

Terre Haute is the perfect college town: a city big enough to provide convenient living and small enough to have that warm hometown feel.

There’s something for everyone in Terre Haute! Indiana State University’s campus is nestled in the city’s historic downtown district. Here, you can shop at local, independent boutiques and specialty stores, treat yourself to dinner at popular eateries, visit a local gallery or museum, or grab coffee at a local cafe.

Los Angeles (LAX)
Seattle (SEA)
Denver (DEN)

Terre Haute, Indiana is located within easy driving distance of several major metropolitan areas and international transportation hubs, including Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Chicago.

Toronto (YYZ)
Atlanta (ATL)
St. Louis (STL)
Chicago (ORD)
Indianapolis (IND)
New York (JFK)
“I have been able to grow in my field [at Indiana State] and learn more about marketing. The academic programs encourage me to shadow marketing professionals to have a firsthand look at what I’ll be doing in my future career.”
Isaac Young, ‘24 Communication MA


Giving back to his community!

Isaac Young is passionate about supporting communities. Through his research as a Communication graduate student, he observed opportunity gaps in communities and how factors – including race, language, economic status, and family situations – affect educational achievements and careers.

When he was an undergraduate student at Indiana State University, Isaac knew the importance of finding his community on campus. This included joining organizations within the Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center, where he learned marketing strategies by creating promotional materials for organizations. And his graduate education enhanced these communication skills through a theoretical perspective.

Isaac completed an Ethnographic creative graduate student capstone project in which he reviewed descriptions of people and cultures to determine opportunity gaps in communities. His project involved writing proposals on how specific actions could help eliminate these opportunity gaps, particularly in his hometown – Cahokia, Illinois, a suburb of St. Louis. Isaac says, “I want to give back to my community as much as I can. People don’t give back to their communities anymore. They graduate and leave their homes. I want to do something different.”

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The Preferred Partners Program is a collaborative partnership with participating employers that makes earning an advanced degree from Indiana State University even more convenient and affordable. Employees of Preferred Partner businesses can receive a full application fee waiver and a 15 percent discount off in-state tuition rates, which apply to all Preferred Partner students. See if your employer is an Indiana State Preferred Partner!

Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

Bloomington (IN) Police Department

Clay Community Schools

D.A. Dodd, LLC

Eastern Greene Schools

Eminence Community School Corporation



Evansville Police Department

Gibault Children’s Services


Greencastle Community School Corporation

Hoosier Energy

Horizon Health

Indiana Association of School Principals

Indiana Association of School Psychologists

Indianapolis Airport Authority

Keymark Construction

Lids, Inc.

Life Center Christian Academy

Linton-Stockton School Corporation

MSD of Lawrence Township

North American Lighting

North Central Parke Community School Corporation

North Lawrence Community Schools

North Putnam Community Schools

North Vermillion Community Schools

Northeast School Corporation

Shepherd Insurance

South Harrison Community School Corporation

Southwest Parke Community Schools

State of Indiana

Steel Dynamics

Terre Haute Police Department

Tippecanoe School Corporation

Union Health

Vigo County Court Services

Vigo County Juvenile Justice

Vigo County School Corporation

Warsaw Community Schools

West Lafayette Police Department

Westfield Washington Schools


Prepare for tomorrow today with Graduate Studies at Indiana State University!

Your graduate program at Indiana State will equip you with the specialized knowledge, critical thinking skills, and analytical tools you need to advance in your field and achieve your full career potential. And that’s only the beginning!

Graduate programs at Indiana State University are professionally focused and taught by world-class faculty with deep connections and experience in their fields. Our advanced degrees prepare you to fulfill critical, high-value roles in education, technology, government, business, healthcare, and the social and natural sciences. Graduate research, fellowships, and assistantships, including teaching assistantships, provide significant experiential learning opportunities, and helpful faculty mentors will guide your preparation for a rewarding professional career beyond graduate school.

Indiana State University’s graduate programs also incorporate valuable strategic and educational partnerships with public and private employers in business, industry, government, healthcare, and other sectors. These relationships allow you to engage in knowledge exchange, skill development, and innovative research while working alongside professionals in your field. Such collaborations provide coaching, referrals, job training, and other benefits that enrich your career exploration and build your professional network.

Graduate school represents a major investment of your time, energy, and resources. At Indiana State University, we match that investment with exceptional resources and transformative experiences that bring added value and realworld preparation to your graduate studies.


Invest in the value of your education!

Indiana State University provides an exceptional academic experience for every graduate student. Various forms of financial aid support are available.

Take advantage of financial opportunities you may be eligible for, including student loans, graduate assistantships, or fellowships. Our counselors can guide you through the financial aid process and explain additional resources that may be available to help cover your graduate study costs. Complete your FAFSA at

Individual academic departments may offer graduate assistantships and fellowships for your program. Selection for these opportunities is highly competitive. Contact the appropriate academic department for information on the availability and standards of appointment. In addition, a number of assistantships may be available outside of your department. Please check with the Indiana State University Career Center for information on open positions. Visit for additional information.

Visit to search for available scholarships and view application criteria.

For more information about financial aid at Indiana State University, visit

Calculate your graduate school costs.

Your total graduate tuition costs at Indiana State University will differ depending on where you live, how many credit hours you take, and whether you are an online or on-campus student. Additional fees – including textbooks, laboratory fees, course fees, and campus resources –are required for all graduate students and may vary by program. This chart shows the graduate costs for the Fall ’24 - Spring ’25 academic year. The chart assumes the student is enrolled in nine credits each semester and lives on campus.

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* Housing and food costs above are for graduate students living on campus with the All-Access Meal Plan. For additional housing and meal plan options, visit

** Estimated total costs are for graduate students, for Fall ’24 and Spring ’25 semesters, enrolled in nine credits per semester. Actual costs will vary by student, based on travel habits and academic programs selected. Personal expenses (for example, transportation or entertainment) are not included in the total estimated costs. Additional fees and expenses may apply.

† Non-Resident Reduced Rates apply to on-campus students from participating states and to most non-resident online students. For details and exceptions, visit

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Achieve your goals – and your potential – as a graduate student at Indiana State University. Apply today, then follow this checklist for next steps.

❑ Apply online at

❑ Activate your MyISU portal at Click on “Activate Your University Username.”

❑ For those with graduate assistantships, check in with your advisor or supervisor to complete all necessary paperwork.

Explore the international graduate student checklist. internationalgrad

Indiana State undergraduates who wish to enroll in graduate courses can find more information online. gradstudies

❑ Apply for financial aid as early as October 1. Complete the FAFSA at Indiana State’s school code is 001807.

❑ Contact your academic advisor. To find your advisor’s contact information, log in to MyISU and click “Student Self-Service.”

❑ Check with your program director and be aware of any required orientations. Some orientations can take place up to two weeks before classes start.

❑ Explore housing options in the Terre Haute area. Indiana State offers the 500 Wabash Apartments and the University Apartments for our graduate students. There are other non-university options.

❑ Meet Indiana State’s immunization requirements. Required forms are at

❑ Request submission of final materials. Your previous institutions’ transcripts, GRE or GMAT scores, and other program-specific documents should be sent directly from the generating institution to or mailed to the Office of Admissions, Welcome Center, 318 North 6th Street, Terre Haute, IN 47809. Please note that not every graduate program requires GRE or GMAT scores.


John W. Moore Welcome Center

318 North 6th Street | Terre Haute, IN 47809


Indiana State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, national origin, sexual orientation, including gender identity or expression, religion, disability, or veteran status. In line with its commitment to equal opportunity, the University will recruit, hire, promote, educate, and provide services to persons based upon their individual qualifications meeting established criteria.

The University Board of Trustees reserves the right to make changes at any time. The right to correct errors is also reserved.

Program availability is subject to change without notification. Visit for an official listing of available programs.

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