Academics are important, but your IU experience is even better when you get involved outside of class. Join one or more of over 750 student organizations. Go to campus-wide events like Homecoming. Explore our celebrated cultural offerings. Volunteer for local nonprofits. Research shows that getting involved in co-curricular activities can boost your critical-thinking skills, ability to relate to others, and self-confidence. You’ll also get leadership experience, expand your horizons, and build the skills you’ll need in your career. Plus, you’ll make memories and friends that will last a lifetime.
IU is your new home away from home
During your first year, you will explore...
Living at IU
These resources will help you in your life as an IU student:
IU has many opportunities for students. beINvolved is IU's online involvement platform to help you explore through more than 750 student organizations available on campus.
Whether you're on or off campus, you’ll need the right tools to help you get and stay connected. That’s where University Information Technology Service (UITS) comes in. Explore these tools and more.
Traditions of IU
IU is your new home away from home, and we want to help you make the most of your time here. That starts with a great education, but it also includes offering the support you need to connect with other Hoosiers, be safe, navigate life at IU, and prepare for your life after graduation.