The Bloomington Campus
Indiana University Bloomington is a residential campus of approximately 40,000 students. Woods and streams interlacing the 1,800-acre campus make it one of the most picturesque in the country. The university features a wide array of superior cultural offerings, including nearly 1,000 concerts and performances each year from the world-renowned Indiana University School of Music. Set in the rolling, wooded hills of southern Indiana, the city of Bloomington has been ranked by the New York Times as one of the "Big 10 of College Towns." Students enjoy Bloomington's excellent recreational facilities and the excitement generated by Indiana University's top-ranked athletic teams. Within an hour's drive from Bloomington are several national forests, state parks, and lakes. Indianapolis, the state capital, is 50 miles away; Louisville and Cincinnati are both about 100 miles from Bloomington.
The Indianapolis Campus
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is an urban commuter campus located near the heart of downtown Indianapolis. The beautiful, modern campus offers many cultural and intellectual opportunities and is home to the nationally acclaimed Indiana University School of Medicine. Home of the Indianapolis 500 automobile race, Indianapolis is fast becoming a national center for amateur and professional athletics. The city also hosts the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Repertory Theater, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, fascinating historical attractions, an excellent zoo, and the world's largest children's museum.