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


Let your brilliance shine in our Honors Program. 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.)


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Innovative programs like unmanned systems. Learning experiences that benefit our greater community woven into nearly every academic program. All on a campus with the most diverse residential student population in Indiana.

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wiser State professors are passionate about teaching. And by the time they graduate, Sycamores are groomed to be experienced and well-rounded individuals who can hit the ground running and easily adapt to change.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS (ACADEMICS)

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MAJORS Mind-expanding classes prepare you for the future.

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FACULTY Meet and learn about some of our favorite professors.

HONORS PROGRAM Push your learning further than you’ve ever imagined.

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SERVICE LEARNING We’re the change we’d like to see in the world.

STUDY ABROAD Solo or with classmates, it’s a big Blue world to explore.

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ARTS and SCIENCES Become an on-yourfeet problem-solver.

BUSINESS Get your hands dirty with industry veterans and real-life problemsolving.

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EDUCATION We’ve been training teachers for 150 years.

HEALTH and HUMAN SERVICES A hub for healthcare — taught by experienced providers.

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TECHNOLOGY Design, build, and operate tomorrow’s next big thing.


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HANDS-ON LEARNING Put theory into practice — no matter your major.

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WE’RE NO. 1 FOR SERVICE AND AMONG THE NATION’S BEST FOR OFFERING A QUALITY EDUCATION AS WELL AS VALUE, according to Washington Monthly and Forbes.

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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.

And while you’ll learn tons in the classroom, that’s just the beginning. You’ll get your hands dirty with practical experience — there’s no better way to bring an idea to life than making it real in the research lab, in the field, and out in the world. Are you ready?

100+ FUTURE-PREPPING MAJORS 693 BRILLIANT MENTORS, COACHES, CHEERLEADERS (AKA PROFESSORS) COUNTLESS WAYS TO BE TRUE BLUE

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ACADEMICS | MAJORS

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Accounting (B.S.)

Adult and Career Education (B.S.)

Architectural Engineering Technology (B.S.)

African and African American Studies (B.A., B.S.)

Art Education—All Grade (B.A.)

Art with 2D Arts, 3D Arts, Graphic Design, and Intermedia Concentrations (B.A.) Athletic Training — Applied Medicine Concentration (B.S.)

Automation and Control Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Aviation Management (B.S.)

Automotive Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Biology with Medical Laboratory Science Specialization (B.S.) Chemistry (B.A., B.S.)

Elementary Education (B.A., B.S.) Finance (B.S.)

Communication (B.A., B.S.)

Construction Management (B.S.)

Earth and Environmental Sciences (B.A., B.S.)

Economics (B.A., B.S.)

Fine Arts (B.F.A.)

History (B.A., B.S.)

Language Studies (B.A.)

Mathematics (B.A., B.S.)

General Studies (B.A./B.S.)

Legal Studies (B.A., B.S.)

Mathematics Teaching (B.A., B.S.)

Music Composition (B.M.)

Music Education (B.M.E.)

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

Philosophy (B.A., B.S.)

Physical Education—Exercise Science (B.A., B.S.) Pre-Engineering

Pre-Law

Professional Aviation Flight Technology (B.S.)

Technology (B.A.S.)

Marketing (B.S.)

Music Liberal Arts (B.A., B.S.)

Music with Merchandising or Business Administration Concentrations (B.S.)

Packaging Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Social Work (B.S.W.)

Management (B.S.)

Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Nursing: Traditional Track for Students without R.N. or L.P.N. Licensure (B.S.)

Safety Management (B.S.)

Health Sciences (B.S.)

Interior Architecture Design (B.S.)

Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Nursing: Accelerated Second Degree (B.S.)

Pre-Dentistry

English Teaching (B.A., B.S.)

Human Resource Development for Higher Education and Industry (B.S.)

Language Studies Teaching (B.A.)

Multidisciplinary Studies (B.A., B.S.) Music Performance (B.M.)

English (B.A., B.S.)

Insurance and Risk Management (B.S.)

Management Information Systems (B.S.)

Electronics Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Human and Environmental Systems (B.A., B.S.)

Human Development and Family Studies (B.S.) Information Technology (B.S.)

Computer Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Food and Nutrition with Dietetics Option (B.S.)

Food and Nutrition with Food Service Management Option (B.S.) Health Services (B.A.S.)

Business Education (B.S.)

Criminology and Criminal Justice (B.A., B.S.)

Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Financial Services (B.S.)

Biology (B.A., B.S.)

Business Administration (B.S.)

Civil Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Computer Science (B.S.)

Art with Art History Concentration (B.A.)

Special Education (B.A., B.S.)

Pre-Pharmacy

Pre-Veterinary

Recreation and Sport Management (B.S.)

Social Studies Education (B.A., B.S.)

Speech-Language Pathology (B.A., B.S.)

Technology and Engineering Education (B.S.)

Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising (B.A., B.S.)

Political Science (B.A., B.S.)

Pre-Optometry

Psychology (B.A., B.S.)

Science Education (B.A., B.S.)

Operations and Supply Chain Management (B.S.)

Physical Education— All Grade (B.S.)

Physics (B.A., B.S.)

Pre-Medicine

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

Technology Management (B.S.)

Theater (B.A., B.S.)

Unmanned Systems (B.S.)

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“MARK LEWANDOWSKI, a huge nerd and creative writing professor, introduced me to creative nonfiction and solidified my decision to pursue a career in writing.” Carey Ford, English major from West Terre Haute, Indiana

“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.” Carol Thomas, English major from Shelburn, Indiana

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

“I enjoyed how he always was able to incorporate current issues into the class without a bias. He is an extremely caring and approachable person.”

“DELLA THACKER’S teaching course was the first college class that I ever walked into on this campus. Her energy and her passion for education caught my attention immediately, and I am glad that we have grown to be close in my time here.” Rachel Poer, English teaching major from Danville, Illinois

Max Lee Ketcham III, electronics engineering technology major from Terre Haute, Indiana

KUNTAL BHATTACHARYYA

“DR. GREG BIERLY forms personal connections with all of the honors students. He also gave me the most useful advice: work really hard at the beginning of the semester, get ahead, and then adjust from there.” Natalie Lewis, speech-language pathology major from Terre Haute, Indiana

ARUNA CHANDRASEKARAN

“DR. 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.”

“Dr. Chandra is an amazing professor. She challenges her students, which allows them to grow. Her passion is contagious and creates a learning environment like no other.”

“My advisor and great professor in many classes helped push me to my full capabilities in difficult classes, find an internship, and ultimately helped me find my job.” Brandi Roshel, operations and supply chain management major from Terre Haute, Indiana

Kate Arndt, finance major from Westmont, Illinois

Wade Everhart, interior architecture design major from Terre Haute, Indiana NANCY NICHOLS-PETHICK

BRAG FACT ENGLISH PROFESSOR MICHAEL SHELDEN HAS WRITTEN MORE THAN 2,500 PRINTED PAGES AND IS A PULITZER FINALIST FOR HIS NONFICTION.

JARED WUERZBURGER “He always approaches his work with a real sense of enjoyment, and you can really tell he enjoys both what he is teaching and the subject itself.”

“EMILY CANNON in the School of Nursing has inspired me to become the best nurse I can possibly be. She is the happiest and most caring individual I have ever met. Someday I hope to be at least half the nurse she is.”

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Tevin Studdard, communication major from Indianapolis, Indiana

BRAG FACT YOUR IMAGINATION IS YOUR ONLY LIMITATION WHEN WORKING WITH PROFESSOR ALISTER MCLEOD AND HIS 3D PRINTER IN THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY.

Cheyanne Jenkins, art major from Danville, Illinois

Phillip Harpenau, nursing major from Clinton, Indiana

Justin Osborne, information technology major from Indianapolis, Indiana

“She’s a teacher who is for students’ rights and their expression through any means in which they choose. She inspired me to follow my passion.”

“I’ll never forget painting with my least-dominant hand and painting upside down. It sounds crazy, but the techniques truly help train your eye and make you a better painter!”

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OLABODE AYODELE “He made me want to do my best — not only for myself, but for my classmates and for him. Indiana State is very lucky to have him as a professor!” Shawn Roach, psychology major from Terre Haute, Indiana

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


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.

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“During a two-week trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand, I fell in love with the people, the food, and the climate — something I did not expect going in. Although traveling is a great way to grow as a person, it is also becoming increasingly necessary in today’s global economy. To get a head start as a freshman was an incredible opportunity.” Networks Scholar Olivia Havenor, financial services major from Plainfield, Indiana

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ACADEMICS | FRESHMAN EXPERIENCE

“The grad students from other schools were surprised that a freshman was on the research cruise. It was an awesome opportunity.” Matt Bly, earth and environmental sciences major from Towanda, Illinois

“I attended a student leadership session with Dr. Shakti Butler, an iconic speaker on racial inequality and justice. It took this leadership session for me to realize that in class and throughout life I wasn’t listening and asking the right questions. She definitely opened my mind and gave me a new perspective on how I can bring about change.” Diamond Eddie, pre-business/ management major from Terre Haute, Indiana

“By living in Pickerl and being part of the Honors Program, I have been positively influenced in so many ways. These serious students push me to a friendly level of competition, which leads me to be an even stronger student. Everyone is also extremely kind and giving. The university has already shown the importance of professionalism, perseverance, and engagement to me, and I know it will continue to do so for the rest of my stay here.” Maureen Schroeder, nursing major from Fort Wayne, Indiana

“My freshman experience was quite a dramatic change from high school, with all the new organizations, more difficult classes, and interesting research participation that I began here. These experiences have opened new doors into other research that I didn’t think was possible to do as a freshman. It has allowed me to put on my résumé the large quantity of research necessary to prove myself as a member of the scientific community.” Brycen Ratcliffe, biology major from Newburgh, Indiana

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ACADEMICS | HANDS-ON LEARNING

“State offers an education outside of the classroom that is just as important as inside of the classroom — supported with a tight-knit culture conducive for developmental feedback.” Brandon Nettrouer, insurance and risk management major from South Whitley, Indiana

“Education is a profession where you learn the most by being in the classroom, interacting with students, and getting the chance to prepare and teach lessons, and this is exactly what TOTAL does for you. I am much more confident in my leadership and teaching style within the classroom. I feel more than ready to begin student teaching next semester. I know I will be prepared and am well on my way to becoming a complete professional.” Haley Albamonte, special education major from Elgin, Illinois

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“There are no words to describe how exciting it was seeing my vision come to life before my eyes or how I felt when I watched the plane I had drawn from scratch fly for the first time. The plane now hangs from the ceiling of the Unmanned Systems Lab, and I get a great feeling of pride every time I see it. I am sure my experience would not have been possible anywhere but Indiana State.” Allen Rhodus, aviation management major from Louisville, Kentucky, and key member of the design build fly team

“(Participating in a YMCA Spring Break Camp) reassured my motivation for why I’m choosing to work with youth as my profession. I love seeing the youth experience ‘fun’ in healthy, educating, and safe settings. Though the games and interactions were fun, I’m thankful that this day camp was so much more than fun. It was a life experience that has a positive impact on both myself and the participants.” John Steward, recreation and sport management major from Terre Haute, Indiana


“There are many jobs offered to freshly graduated students that require skills that can only be learned through the hands-on experience. My research gives me the opportunity to learn these valuable skills.” Keeley Williams, biology major from Reelsville, Indiana, who conducted breast cancer research

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“I FELL IN LOVE WITH THE CULTURE AND THE AREA AND THE STUDENTS AND EVERYTHING THAT IT HAD TO OFFER.” Kristin (Monts) Mountz, student taught at a Navajo Reservation in Pinon, Arizona

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SERVICE LEARNING | COMMUNITY SERVICE

Making an impact in the community, whether in Terre Haute or halfway around the world, is an essential part of your State experience. That’s why service learning is not something “extra” here — it’s integrated right into your courses.

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“TEACHING AT THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS GAVE ME AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXERCISE MY BUDDING MUSIC EDUCATOR SKILLS AND GIVE THE JOY OF MUSIC TO OTHERS. LATER, WORKING WITH THE YOUTH ORCHESTRA HAS BEEN A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME EXPERIENCE. ”

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“AFTER MY FIRST WEEK OF WORKING IN THE CLINIC, I REALIZED I AM FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO BE LEARNING ALONGSIDE THESE INTELLIGENT, SKILLED CLINICIANS. THE COMMUNITY OF TERRE HAUTE BENEFITS TREMENDOUSLY FROM HAVING SUCH A WELCOMING AND SKILLED CLINIC.”

“IT IS HARD TO MAKE COMMUNITY SERVICE A ONE-TIME VENTURE. ONCE YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED THE FEELING OF HELPING SOMEONE OR BEING A PART OF SOMETHING SO MUCH BIGGER THAN YOURSELF, YOU NEVER WANT TO STOP. ALTERNATIVE SPRING BREAK GIVES YOU THAT OPPORTUNITY.” Dillon Killion, operations and supply chain management major from Sullivan, Indiana, who went on five Alternative Spring Break trips

IN THE U.S. Alternative Spring Break

Brady Collins, physical education exercise science major from Sunman, Indiana

ISU Physical Therapy Clinic

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“BEING AN OFFICER MYSELF, I KNOW THOSE WHO SACRIFICED THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY DESERVE MORE THAN JUST A CARD. THE PROJECT THAT PROFESSOR TRAVIS BEHEM STARTED HAS MADE A HUGE IMPACT ON HIS STUDENTS AND THE OFFICERS’ FAMILIES.”

SERVICE — WASHINGTON MONTHLY

Brandon Capper, criminology and criminal justice major from Hartford City, Indiana

Condolence cards to fallen officers’ agencies

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ACADEMICS | HONORS

Small and dynamic — that’s how students describe the classes in the University Honors Program. And that’s just the start: Activities outside of the classroom take you to a research lab — or another country. In the Honors Program, you’ll be engaged with exciting classes, enriching extracurricular opportunities, and close relationships with the most dedicated faculty. Living in Pickerl Hall — the allHonors living and learning community housed in a state-of-the-art residence hall near the center of campus — is also quite a perk! Ever wonder if there’s a connection between your personality type and your eating habits? What about R&B’s symbiotic relationship with the African-American community? Have you noticed how “Saturday Night Live” changes our perception of politicians? These are all topics Honors students have explored as part of their thesis projects. And so can you! Surround yourself with similarly motivated and skilled students. They’ll challenge you to become a better learner — and leader.

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Learn about our full-tuition scholarships for high-achieving students on page 79. 


“THE HONORS PROGRAM HAS SO MANY AMAZING PROFESSORS AND STAFF WHO GO OUT OF THEIR WAY TO HELP ME ACHIEVE MY DREAMS. WITHOUT THEIR SUPPORT, I WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO DOUBLE MAJOR OR PURSUE MY DREAM OF WORKING AS A NURSE WITH UNDER-SERVED POPULATIONS IN OTHER COUNTRIES.” Valerie Taylor, nursing and Spanish major from Terre Haute, Indiana

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“There are many experiences that I won’t forget, but the most memorable was climbing the Great Wall of China. It’s something that I have learned in history class growing up, reading about it in textbooks during public schooling. I finally got the chance to physically be on it, climbing on one of its routes. The whole trip was just so surreal.” Trenton Baker, music performance major from Martinsville, Indiana, who studied abroad during a faculty-led trip to China

China

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Morocco

Thailand

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South Africa

Thailand


ACADEMICS | STUDY ABROAD

LOSE YOURSELF “I FELT A RENEWED SENSE OF SELF-VALUE AND WORTH THERE. MY RACE AND MY SKIN COLOR IN AFRICA ALLOWED ME TO SHARE WHO I REALLY WAS TO A LOT OF DIFFERENT PEOPLE. IT REALLY DID NOT MATTER.” Bryant Clayton, interdisciplinary studies major from Indianapolis, Indiana, who studied abroad in South Africa

“TO HEAR CUBANS’ PERSPECTIVES ON AMERICANS AND AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY WAS REALLY AWESOME. IT REALLY GAVE ME THE ABILITY TO STEP OUT OF HOW I NORMALLY VIEW POLITICAL RELATIONS AND SEE IT THROUGH A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE. I THOUGHT THAT WAS REALLY IMPORTANT AS A POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR.”

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COUNTRY. Hannah Brant, political science major from Frankfurt, Indiana, who studied abroad during a faculty-led trip to Cuba

Or share new cultural 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.

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ACADEMICS | COLLEGE of ARTS and SCIENCES

College of Arts and Sciences This is the liberal arts heart of State. It’s filled with arts, humanities, social sciences, STEM, and pre-professional programs. Here, you’ll develop not just knowledge of your major, but also the communication, critical thinking, and analytical skills to help you put that knowledge to work in the “real world.”

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ARTS and HUMANITIES • Art with 2D Arts, 3D Arts, Graphic Design, and Intermedia Concentrations • Art with Art History Concentration • Art Education— All Grades • Communication • English • English Teaching • Fine Art • Language Studies • Language Studies Teaching • Music Composition • Music Education • Music Liberal Arts • Music Performance • Music with Merchandising or Business Administration Concentrations • Philosophy • Theater

SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES • African and African American Studies • Criminology and Criminal Justice • Economics • History • Legal Studies • Political Science • Psychology

NATURAL SCIENCES and MATHEMATICS • Biology • Biology with specialization in medical laboratory science • Chemistry • Computer Science • Earth and Environmental Systems • Human and Environmental Systems • Mathematics • Mathematics Teaching • Physics • Science Education • Social Studies Education

• Multidisciplinary Studies (create your own major) For the most current listing of our programs visit indstate.edu/academics

PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS • Pre-Dentistry • Pre-Engineering • Pre-Law • Pre-Medicine • Pre-Optometry • Pre-Pharmacy • Pre-Veterinary


Nancy Nichols-Pethick, associate professor of art, draws creative inspiration from the natural world.

THE CORNERSTONE OF LEARNING College of Arts and Sciences students become versatile, well-rounded thinkers because they study what it means to be a person on the planet. Get lots of one-on-one training in art, conduct research in biology, or work for ESPN3 in communication.

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Federal Hall, a historic Federal courthouse and post office, underwent a more than $20 million renovation — including preserving many art deco elements — to become home to the Scott College of Business.

BRINGING PEOPLE, FINANCE TOGETHER From the classroom to commerce: Hone your business skills by working for our student-operated café, consulting for community businesses and nonprofits, and completing internships.

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ACADEMICS | SCOTT COLLEGE of BUSINESS

Scott College of Business Be your own boss. Inspire a workforce. Venture into emerging technologies. It’s all possible with the guidance of the highest qualified faculty along the way. Our experiential programs — stateside or perhaps in a bustling Bangkok market — give you real-world training to position you at the helm of your future. Big goals, big business.

MAJORS • Accounting • Business Administration • Business Education • Finance • Financial Services • Insurance and Risk Management • Management Information Systems • Management • Marketing • Operations and Supply Chain Management

MINORS • Business Administration • Finance • Financial Services • Forensic Accounting • Information Processing • Insurance and Risk

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ACADEMICS ACADEMICS| |BAYH SCOTT COLLEGE COLLEGE ofof EDUCATION BUSINESS

Bayh College of Education After 150 years of training teachers, we know our way around a classroom. At State, you’ll spend more time in front of a class — right from the start. Kick off your teaching observations your freshman year and spend a full year as a student teacher (instead of only one semester). Majors in elementary education, special education and speech pathology will show you how to teach the whole child and offer countless opportunities to interact with and impact students in real-life settings.

MAJORS AND MINORS • Elementary Education • Special Education • Speech-Language Pathology

MINORS • Early Childhood • Reading • Counseling • Early Intervention

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Education

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In the Bayh College of Education, you won’t wonder long if traditional teaching is right for you — you’ll find out your freshman year by observing and assisting in actual classrooms.

TEACHING IS LEARNING Every day in a classroom is different, yet every day you’ll plant thousands of seeds in the minds of young students. And you’ll learn a few things along the way, too.

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MULTI-FACETED, INTERPROFESSIONAL We practice healthcare. Semesters of rigorous study and working in real clinics all happens alongside a variety of medical specialists — just like the teamwork required in the real world.

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ACADEMICS | COLLEGE of HEALTH and HUMAN SERVICES

College of Health and Human Services Helping others live their best life: Train athletes to achieve their peak performance. Design healthy menus for gradeschoolers. Care for critically ill patients. No matter your major, you’ll have hands-on opportunities with cuttingedge technology and therapies, make connections with professionals in your field, and engage in the latest research.

MAJORS • Athletic Training — Applied Medicine Concentration • Food and Nutrition — Coordinated Dietetics • Food and Nutrition — Food Service Management • Health Sciences — Health Administration • Health Sciences — Health Communication • Health Sciences — Health Psychology • Health Sciences — Public Health • Health Services • Human Development and Family Studies

• Physical Education — All Grade • Physical Education — Exercise Science • Recreation and Sport Management • Social Work

SCHOOL OF NURSING • Nursing Major — Accelerated Second Degree • Nursing Major — Baccalaureate Track for Students Entering with L.P.N./L.V.N. Licensure • Nursing Major — Baccalaureate Track for Students Entering with R.N. Licensure • Nursing Major — Traditional Track for Students Entering without R.N. or L.P.N. Licensure

MINORS • Nonprofit Leadership • Coaching Education • Public Health • Food and Nutrition • General Family and Consumer Sciences • Human Development and Family Studies • Martial Arts • Massage Therapy • Non-Teaching • Social Work • Sport Management • Recreation Management and Youth Leadership • Strength and Conditioning • Outdoor Recreation Leadership

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ACADEMICS | COLLEGE of TECHNOLOGY

College of Technology You’re a dreamer. A doer. A designer. You create, improvise, and improve. Sycamores pioneer what’s next in aviation, engineering, and automation. Their visions of architecture and design build our tomorrow. If you dream of a college education with real-world applications and a career shaping the future, your reality is the College of Technology. MAJORS • Adult and Career Education • Architectural Engineering Technology • 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 for Higher Education and Industry

• Information Technology • Interior Architecture Design • Manufacturing Engineering Technology • Mechanical Engineering Technology • Packaging Engineering Technology • Professional Aviation Flight Technology • Safety Management • Technology • Technology and Engineering Education • Technology Management • Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising • Unmanned Systems

MINORS • Aviation Technology • Computer Engineering Technology • Computer-Aided Design and Drafting • Construction Management • Electronics Technology • Human Resource Development for Higher Education and Industry • Industrial Hygiene • Lean Six Sigma • Military Leadership • Occupational Health and Safety • Unmanned Systems • Automation and Control Engineering Technology

38 • Multidisciplinary Studies (create your own major) For the most current listing of our programs visit indstate.edu/academics

• Packaging Engineering Technology • Automotive Technology • Manufacturing Engineering Technology • Interior Architecture Design • Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising


Flight Academy pilots participate in the annual Air Race Classic, a competition pitting female pilots from across the nation against each other on a cross-country trek.

THE LATEST, GREATEST In addition to distinctive programs like interior architecture design; textiles, apparel, and merchandising; and human resource development, students learn using the latest advancements in their fields and industry-standard tools in more than 30 specialized state-of-the-art laboratories.

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Campus Life GET READY TO EXPLORE LIFE AT INDIANA STATE: residences, clubs, activities, athletics, food, and more!

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CAMPUS LIFE | INTRODUCTION

Living to learn. Learning to live.

BLUE View world-class works of art on your walk to class. Meet friends in the Sycamore Lounge for a game of pool. Grab a snack at the Commons.

This is your time to dream big, and this is the place to turn those dreams into reality. State’s campus is your own personal dreamscape — if you can dream it, we can help you do it!

13 RESIDENCE HALLS OFFER PLENTY OF SPACE FOR YOU TO GROW. CONNECT WITH 280+ STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS IN THE TREEHOUSE. 15 NCAA DIVISION I TEAMS — A LOT TO CHEER FOR!

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CAMPUS LIFE | RESIDENTIAL LIFE

We know you’re going to be busy figuring out who you are and how to reach your dreams — and we want to help! Find your passion. Envision your life’s work. Then, make it happen. So what does that have to do with a residence hall? At State, everything. Our unique approach to student life gives you the opportunity to reside with like-minded students in our living-learning communities who will encourage, support, and push you to your personal best. Learn more about living on campus at State at indstate.edu/reslife

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LIVE BLUE

Once admitted, you’re eligible to join the Bubble! Connect with your future classmates (maybe even find a roommate), get campus updates and learn about upcoming deadlines. Pop into the conversation at indianastatebubble.com

Our 13 residence halls offer plenty of space to grow. Each hall offers free cable, both hardwire Internet and wireless access, lounge space to meet and collaborate with friends, plus friendly staff available 24/7.

LEARN BLUE Whatever your academic goals, we have a place for you. Select a floor based on a common livingand-learning theme and connect with other students who share your passions — be academically, culturally, or eco-friendly.

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CAMPUS LIFE | RESIDENTIAL LIFE

BURFORD and PICKERL HALLS

Walk-in Closet

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Chest of Drawers Chest of Drawers

Desk

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CAMPUS LIFE | CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS

BLUE Join

Pick up a new hobby. Celebrate your faith.

Champion a cause. At State, you’ll find an organization

that empowers you to pursue what you love (or help you

discover what you love). Besides honing a skill or sharing an interest, getting involved in one of State’s more than 280 clubs, organizations, and Greek life chapters allows you to thrive in your campus and community. You’ll make friends or make a difference. Whatever moves you, inspires you, defines you — you’ll find it here. Get started by exploring the Treehouse (an online network where our student organizations communicate) and connect with every facet of life at State.

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CAMPUS GUIDE | ATHLETICS

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BLUE Look for the sea of Blue at any of State’s NCAA Division I athletic 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

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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

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 | ATHLETICS

President’s Scholar and track star Alethia Marrero and Networks Scholar Trent Lunsford balance books and braun.

If you ask President’s Scholar and track star Alethia Marrero where she thought she would be at this point in her college career, it wouldn’t be qualifications for the 2016 Olympic games (on Team Puerto Rico) and preparing for law school. When she started at State, Alethia says she struggled with time management and treated every day like a weekend. Now, the writing tutor and member of the Hispanic Student Association says she makes a list each day so she can stay on track.

Networks Scholar Trent Lunsford and his baseball teammates refer to the balancing act of being a student-athlete as the grind. He attends class all day, followed by a weightlifting session in the afternoon and then practice that evening. After a quick dinner, the left-handed pitcher from Overland Park, Kansas, hits the books.

Stron Accomplishing goals, both academic and athletic, is something Alethia says wouldn’t come so easily if she hadn’t chosen State. “If I had gone anywhere else, who knows if I would have even made it to nationals — ever.” Now with the incredible support and encouragement she found at State, Alethia has her sights set on gold.

It’s all worth it, though. “State has provided me with the ability to play the sport I love at a high level, while also earning a degree that will help me start a career,” said Trent, a business major and University Honors student. “Employers appreciate student-athletes, as they value their hard work, competitiveness, and ability to work in a team. They know that a student-athlete can balance a full workload, because they have already done so in college with classes and athletics.”

Trent also gets to see the country, one baseball diamond at a time. “It is incredible to think of all the states, cities, and fun venues I have had the chance to play, stay, and explore.”

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CAMPUS GUIDE | DINING SERVICES

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BLUE Resident or commuter, vegan or omnivore,

gluten-free or “bring on the carbs!” — this is

NOT your high school cafeteria! If it’s allergies

or religious restrictions, our executive chefs bring the training and knowledge to handle your food safely in our dining halls and beyond.

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Smoky, sweet and oh so delicious. If it’s protein you crave, go hog wild at the Sycamore Smokehouse — real, Southern BBQ slowcooked in our smoker. The warm comfort of mac and cheese is a real thing.

“THE SMOKEHOUSE IS AWESOME! I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS IS ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS.” Apple pancakes. Omelets. And smiles. Sycamore Dining Hall serves up extra helpings of friendliness. Karen is by far the best.

“SHE KNOWS ME BY NAME AND ALWAYS TELLS ME TO FINISH STRONG AND NEVER GIVE UP. I THINK IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE STAFF LIKE KAREN ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS!” Sit down or simply to go. Early mornings or late night snacks. State’s dining offers the variety needed to fuel our diverse student body.

“THE DINING PROGRAM IS AMAZING, AND I HOPE IT CONTINUES TO STAY LIKE THIS.” — 2016 dining survey responses

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FOR FITNESS OR LEISURE, JUMP INTO ONE OF OUR CRYSTAL-CLEAR POOLS AND ESCAPE FOR A WHILE. IF YOU HAVE A THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE, SIGN UP FOR LIFEGUARDING OR SCUBA CLASSES. Natatorium

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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, and 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! Check out the annual RecFest in the fall to explore all the fitness and fun housed in the Rec Center.

BLUE IS feeling right at home. Pull up a chair and stay awhile. When you drop by the Hulman Memorial Student Union, you’re sure to find someone to talk to or some way to get involved. Comfy, welcoming, and always buzzing with activity, HMSU is the place to socialize with your fellow Sycamores, chill out between classes, or meet up with your study group.

BLUE IS getting lost in a good story. Multimedia studying. Film screenings. Lectures and lessons. The Cunningham Memorial Library has more than a million books and just about any type of entertainment you can imagine. Students find the space they need, whether it’s small study rooms, quiet floors, or areas for group work. Our Events Area — that’s where we thrive in immersive learning. Attend a night of Pizza & Politics, catch a documentary on Black History Month, or grab a latte at the Cup and Chaucer Cafe before popping into the Math and Writing Center.

Gymnasium: Perfect your free throws or join a pick-up game — or both — on State’s three-court gymnasium. Fitness Center: Easy and flexible — that’s what the fitness center offers. Go at your own pace on our state-of-the-art cardio and weight training equipment or walk to wellness on our indoor elevated track. Holistic Care: We know wellness isn’t just about your body. That’s why we offer services for the whole self, including massage, personal training, health assessments, sauna, relaxation lounge, and of course, Wi-Fi. Classes: If you prefer a group to get going, check out one of our many fitness classes. Choose from yoga, spinning, Zumba, dance aerobics, martial arts, and more. Intramural Sports: Are you a team player? Join us for intramural sports and play everything from tug-o-war (really!) to wiffle ball. If those aren’t your jam, select from more standard fare like basketball and dodgeball.

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CAMPUS GUIDE | SERVICES

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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 UAP 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-onone 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

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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 the Crossroads of America! If you love the coziness a small town offers but want the convenience of city life, have we got the college town for you! Settled along the banks of the Wabash

munity. River, Terre Haute celebrates its rich history and

brims with culture. Campus is located in the middle

of downtown and boasts a lush, award-winning, and sustainable landscape.

Spend weekends shopping with friends, catch a

traveling production or seasonal concert at one of the local venues, or get a real-world education at one of the cultural or history museums.

If outdoor adventures are more your speed, relax at beautiful Dobbs Park Nature Center, have a

picnic at Deming Park or grab your bike and hit the trails at Griffin Park. Need to impress that special

someone? Plan an evening of stargazing at one of two observatories or plan a special dinner at one of the dozens of culinary gems that dot the city.

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RESULTS MATTER. Here’s the inside scoop on the successful careers and grad school experiences our alumni have earned.

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BLUE WORKS | INTRODUCTION

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You’ll hit the books. Make lifelong friends. Then,

where will you go? How will you make your mark on the world? One thing is for sure: You’ll join an amazing network of Indiana State alumni. Meet just a few of them who were where you are a few years — or few decades — ago.

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Chris Pillow, ’04, was a stand-out student-athlete who learned a lot about himself on the field.

. Mallory Eherenman, ’16, landed her dream job while she was finishing final exams.

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BLUE WORKS | ALUMNI

Chris Pillow, ’04 A talented wide receiver and second-generation Sycamore, Chris Pillow is hoping for a three-peat when it comes time for his son to go to college. Attending Indiana State University on a football scholarship was an “eye-opening experience” for 18-year-old Chris Pillow. “You realize you are leaving your parents. You are on your own.” However, the faculty and upperclassmen on the team helped guide the young student on the path he travels today. A talented student-athlete playing wide receiver for the Sycamores, Chris quickly learned to schedule time for classes and study, as well as time for football practice and games. “It made you accountable, which is really good especially for young kids,” Chris said. “After I did what I had to do, I didn’t have very much free time left over.” His older teammates emphasized to the freshman that it was important to get a good education and have a career — besides football — in mind.

“Everybody who plays football wants to go on to the NFL, but not everyone makes it. And even those who do need to have a back-up plan in case they get injured and their football career is over,” Chris said. “Indiana State really gave me a sense of direction.” Growing up in Indianapolis and graduating from North Central High School, Chris chose Indiana State because of its reputation, size, and family affiliation. After graduating from Indiana State in 2004 with a degree in marketing, Chris is a business performance advisor at Insperity, a company that provides human resources and business solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. He and his wife, Kelly, have a 4-year-old son, Christopher Aidin. Chris is hoping he’ll become a third-generation Sycamore.

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Mallory Eherenman, ’16 Before she finished her final exams her final semester at State, Mallory Eherenman learned she had landed her dream job. Dreams came true at Indiana State for interior architecture design major Mallory Eherenman of Indianapolis, Indiana. “When I was eight, I used to make shoebox houses for frogs. I would draw a bed, a nightstand and a huge closet,” Mallory said. “When I came to Indiana State, I discovered that interior architecture design was truly everything I wanted.” Throughout the program, she was continually challenged, pushed to further her design work and celebrated for her successes. “I learned about the rich history of design, residential design trends, and commercial building codes,” she said. “In my four years, I learned more about myself than I could have ever expected. I stood strong during some of my toughest semesters

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and discovered a deep passion for commercial design, specifically college campuses.” In the last days and classes of her final semester, Mallory learned these were all steps and experiences leading to her dream career as a junior designer at Interior Architects in Raleigh, North Carolina. “I joined the design team (at Interior Architects) to create provoking designs for office buildings, retail spaces, hospitals, and university campuses,” she said. “I cannot thank Indiana State and my inspiring professors in the interior design program enough for helping me realize my potential and catapulting me into the future I’ve always dreamed of.”


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BLUE WORKS | EMPLOYERS

Our students are prepared for the real world. That’s why State graduates are candidates employers dream of hiring. w learning pays off Sycamores learn from the best and are more than ready to get to work. Most of Indiana State graduates have completed an internship and/or professional work experience prior to graduation at companies such as: Alcoa DuPont

Bemis

Delta Airlines

Eli Lilly and Co.

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Duke Energy

MasterBrand Cabinets Thomson Reuters

Toyota

Professional skills certificates Blue offers a host of professional skills certificate programs for students focusing on skills such as communication, leadership, and team facilitation.

Leadership opportunities More than 280 student organizations provide students with ample opportunities to develop leadership skills while contributing to the campus — and the Wabash Valley — community.

Learn More HireSycamores.com

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ADMISSIONS & AFFORDABILITY

Admission

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

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ADMISSION and AFFORDABILITY | INTRODUCTION

BLUE believes in you

And once you’ve met our admissions team, you’ll believe in State, too. Help is available every step of the way — including campus visits, financial aid advice, and a scholarship database. Let’s take the step toward the next four years of your life!

COME SEE WHY SO MANY STUDENTS #CHOOSESTATE! FRANK AND FIONA WILL HELP YOU NAVIGATE FINANCIAL AID QUESTIONS. MORE THAN $13.5 MILLION IN SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED EACH YEAR!

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See why so many students choose State.

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ADMISSION and AFFORDABILITY | VISIT

Experience Sycamore hospitality at its finest! Spend a day at State, and you’ll meet current students, see our beautiful campus, and get a taste of that delicious food we were telling you about earlier. Preview Days • September 10, 2016 • October 10, 2016 • November 5, 2016 • April 15, 2017 (Junior Sneak Peek) To sign up or take a virtual tour, go to indstate.edu/previewday

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Extending the (Money) Branch So, it turns out, money does grow on trees — for Sycamores! The Branch is State’s online scholarship system that allows you to browse scholarship opportunities and matches you with those that are a good fit for your academic ambitions and qualifications. This easy-touse database links you to more information on available scholarships and outlines the award amount and the deadline to apply. Interested in creative and performing arts? We have a $3,000 scholarship for that. Interested in business, education, healthcare? We have hefty scholarships in those areas too! With $13.5 million awarded to students annually, log on to The Branch to learn more about these opportunities. indstate.edu/scholarships

Raise Me Indiana State is offering micro-scholarships you can start accruing right away. We’ve partnered with raise.me so you can easily earn scholarships each time you achieve something important in high school. Earn an A in biology or another core course? That’s worth $100. Perfect attendance during the school year? Score another $100. Passionate about community service? Earn $10 an hour toward your tuition bill. Earn up to $11,200 for your achievements! Create your free raise.me account now to see how much you’ve earned already. indstate.edu/raiseme

iPad/Laptop Award Indiana State gives you the technology you need to be successful. Qualified students have the choice of an iPad or laptop. Learn more: indstate.edu/laptop

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ADMISSION and AFFORDABILITY | SCHOLARSHIPS

GPA 3.75 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

President’s Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition and premium on-campus housing

University Honors Scholarship*

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

December 1

December 15

1200 or 1270† SAT / 26 ACT Top 10%

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1200 or 1270† SAT / 26 ACT Top 10%

President’s Academic Excellence Scholarship*

$6,000 per year

December 1

December 15

1200 or 1270† SAT / 26 ACT Top 10%

Academic Excellence Award*

$4,000 per year

December 1

No application required

1200 or 1270† SAT / 26 ACT Top 10%

21st Century Excellence*

Standard on-campus housing

March 1

No application required

1200 or 1270† SAT / 26 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

1200 or 1270† SAT / 27 ACT Top 15%

Gongaware Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1070 or 1140† SAT / 23 ACT Top 15%

Networks Scholarship*

Full in-state tuition

December 1

December 15

1070 or 1140† SAT / 23 ACT Top 15%

Sycamore Teacher Leader Scholarship

Full in-state tuition

February 8

February 15

1100 or 1170† SAT / 24 ACT

Warren M. Anderson Diversity Scholarship

Full in-state tuition

March 1

March 15

Sycamore Undergraduate Research Fellowship

$2,500 one time

February 1

February 15

Academic Distinction Scholarship

$2,500 per year

March 1

No application required

GPA 3.3 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Academic Merit Scholarship

$1,000 per year

March 1

No application required

GPA 3.0 SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

iPad/Laptop Award

iPad or laptop

June 15

No application required

College Challenge Success Award

$250 one-time only

June 15

No application required

“C” in College Challenge course

Summer Honors Scholarship

$1,000 per year

June 15

No application required

“C” in Summer Honors course

21st Century Housing Scholarship

$1,500 per year towards on-campus housing

June 15

No application required

21st Century Textbook Scholarship

$500 per year

June 15

No application required

Child of Alumni Textbook Scholarship

$100 one-time only

June 15

No application required

OUT-OF-STATE SCHOLARSHIPS

AWARD

ADMISSION DEADLINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

Incentive Scholarship

$5000 per year

Rolling

No application required

Admitted without condition

Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, Midwest Consortium

Reduced tuition rate

Rolling

No application required

Admitted without condition

1000 or 1080† SAT / 22 ACT

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA

To be considered candidates must have two of the following three — GPA, test score, class rank. The newly designed SAT was administered March 5, 2016. These scores, along with any prior scores, will be accepted. For a full listing, of qualified states see page 81.

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Meet Frank and Fiona, your new BFFs!

And we mean that as in “Best Financial Friends.” This pair of fiscal phenoms lives on our Student Financial Aid website, where you’ll find videos answering some of your most pressing questions about getting help paying for college. Watch as Fiona and Frank bust the biggest myths about financial aid and give you inside tips to help make your application process as smooth as possible.

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Stop by and say “hi” to your BFFs today at indstate.edu/finaid


ADMISSION and AFFORDABILITY | FINANCIAL AID

Don’t be late — time is money Blue is for an affordable higher education. And we’re for empowering you to find all the help you can get to pay for that education. It starts with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). File your FAFSA as early as you can after October 1, 2016. When aid is granted, the funds are typically applied to your student account about ten days before the start of the term. If you file late or forget to file, it can mean delays in processing. FAFSA filing closes March 1, 2017. Luckily, we’ve made the process even easier by linking you directly to the FAFSA form at indstate.edu/finaid

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

Indiana Residents

FULL-TIME TUITION 12 TO 18 CREDITS

STANDARD ROOM AND BOARD

STUDENT RECREATION FEE

TOTAL

$8,546

$9,785.20

$200

$18,531.20*

Out-of-State with Interstate or Midwest Consortium Scholarship

$10,768

$9,785.20

$200

$20,753.20*

Out-of-State and International Students

$18,876

$9,785.20

$200

$28,861.20*

Total for the academic year. These rates are for residents of Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio who receive Interstate Scholarships and for residents of Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin who receive Midwest Consortium Scholarships.

These numbers are based on 2016-2017 rates and are subject to change. For the most up-to-date tuition rates and fees, go to indstate.edu/tuition

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ADMISSION and AFFORDABILITY | APPLYING

Get up and GO! “College GO! Week” is a statewide initiative to encourage students to apply and attend Indiana colleges and universities. To celebrate prospective Sycamores, Blue will waive your application fee in August and September. Our Four-Year Promise At State, we want you to dream unconditionally. But we also know you’re looking forward to seeing those dreams come true once you graduate. That’s why we guarantee you the opportunity to complete your bachelor’s degree in four years. If you sign up for our Sycamore Graduation Guarantee and can’t cross the commencement stage in four years, you’ll take the rest of your courses tuition-free. indstate.edu/graduationguarantee

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Here’s how to apply: Select Freshman application at indstate.edu/admissions/applications Fill out the online application.

Request official high school transcripts to be sent via Parchment or other electronic transcript service.

Submit your SAT/ACT scores.

Pay the $25 application fee.

Wait fewer than two weeks to hear the good news.

Once admitted, join the Bubble — our exclusive social

network just for new Sycamores!

indianastatebubble.com

In March, sign up for orientation and fill out our enrollment checklist.

Get ready to watch your dreams turn BLUE!

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