Indiana University – Bloomington

Bloomington, Indiana 107 S. Indiana Ave., Bloomington, IN, 47405

Indiana University – Bloomington Admissions

Acceptance Rate 85%
Acceptance Deadline Rolling

Indiana University – Bloomington Cost

Average Cost* $14,619
Average Total Aid Awarded $13,924
Students Receiving Financial Aid 36.43%
*Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

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Indiana University – Bloomington Academics

Student Faculty Ratio 17:1

Indiana University – Bloomington Majors

Most Popular Majors
  • Business
  • Public Administration
  • Computer and Information Sciences
  • Kinesiology and Exercise Science
  • Biology
  • Research and Experimental Psychology
  • Communications
  • Journalism
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Parks
  • Recreation and Leisure Studies

Indiana University – Bloomington Online

Offers Online Courses Yes

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Indiana University – Bloomington Students

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment 34,253
Part-Time Undergraduates 1,192

Indiana University – Bloomington Advisors

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

Tayla is a junior at Michigan Ross pursuing Business Administration and a minor in User Experience (UX) Design, with the goal to work in consulting post-graduation. She is heavily involved with professional business organizations on campus, specifically her business fraternity and professional consulting club. Tayla interned this past summer with United Airlines in Chicago, IL and will be working in consulting this upcoming summer in New York City. Tayla is experienced in essay writing and revisions, activity and extra-curricular selection, and the financial aid/scholarship application process! She currently works on-campus as a student ambassador and career peer coach at the Michigan Ross School of Business Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

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University of Notre Dame

I hold my B.A. in Pre-Health Studies and Political Science from the University of Notre Dame, where I graduated in the Spring of 2021, Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa, having completed a 4-year program in 3 years. I am a current first-year medical student at Indiana University School of Medicine, where I plan to graduate with my M.D. in 2027. Between my undergraduate and graduate studies, I spent two gap years exploring my interests: applying cutting-edge computational techniques to the study of a rare genetic disorder in a research lab at Notre Dame, studying the most effective policies to aid in the elimination of malaria on-site in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and working to gain insightful clinical experience in a hospital near my hometown. Prior to joining, I helped both international and U.S. students craft successful applications to both undergraduate and graduate programs. I have personally experienced both undergraduate and medical school applications within the past few years and understand firsthand how daunting it can seem, but enjoy using my expertise to help guide students through the process. With, I work mostly with students applying to careers in the health professions, including both conventional pre-medical paths and accelerated BS/MD programs.

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Michigan State University

I hold over 6 years of higher education administration experience advising students on their educational and academic pursuits. I obtained my B.S. in 2017 from Bowling Green State University where I received a 4-year full-ride scholarship. I graduated from Michigan State University with my master's in Education Administration in 2019. As a higher education professional, I strive to remove barriers to education and provide support to students from all backgrounds, identities, and experiences. I believe that having access to affordable higher education is an amazing avenue to pursue, and an opportunity everyone should be able to access affordably. I have experience advising a diverse array of students from many different institution types and love connecting with students holistically and providing them support and resources to best reach their collegiate goals. As an educator the driving force behind my advising style is to provide guidance and support as well as getting to know my student goals, values, and priorities to help them make decisions best suited for their situation. My time in higher education has allowed me to gain a great understanding around academic requirements, extracurricular activities, and institution types. I am always excited to learn about the experiences that have shaped students and how they want to make their impact on the world. I am very skilled in assisting students in finding out what it is they value and how they want to "share their story" with higher education institutions. I know the application process and the search for the right school can feel daunting and overwhelming at times, but I know from experience with the right support it can be incredibly rewarding and exciting as well!

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Hi there! My name is Madeline Schloss and I am a former admission officer and college counselor. I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and then earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from The Ohio State University. After graduating, I worked on the international admission team at Ohio State and then at Northwestern University, supporting students through the application process, reviewing thousands of applications, and learning the ins and outs of the university admission landscape. I then switched sides of the desk, working as a college counselor at a high school in Guatemala, prior to joining the team. My experiences at two very different universities, and on the other side of the admission desk, have given me a unique insight into the university admission space. Throughout my career, I've had the pleasure of working with domestic and international students applying for both freshman and transfer admission to universities in the US and abroad. I can't wait to support you and your family in the college admission process as your Admission Officer through!

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Indiana University – Bloomington

I have over four years of experience in direct college access work, helping students gain acceptance into selective colleges and universities. I also have more than four years of experience developing community education programs and building sustainable community partnerships for underserved populations.

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
My name is Sophie Norton and I have worked in college admissions advising for 6 years. My goal is to lead you through this process holistically, helping you navigate the admissions process strategically while ensuring that your authentic story is told, and your personal needs are met. When I partner with students, I view them not just as applicants, but as a whole person. Therefore, we can work together to create customized timelines and goals that fit your vision for your educational future. From essay editing to networking with universities and much more, I can advise you along each step of the journey. I am also a lifelong Chicagoan, which makes me particularly attuned to the pressures and needs that affect urban students during this exciting and formative process. Besides working as a tutor and college counselor, I have worked in the non-profit sector, helping local Chicago charities grow. I'm so excited to work together and see what we can create!

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