Visit IU Bloomington
Fall in love with IU Bloomington. If you’re thinking about enrolling in a University Graduate School program, we encourage you to come and see us.
When you visit you can request to meet with the Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity for a personalized campus tour. To learn more about graduate life at IU, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if someone is available. The IU Visitor Information Center is also another resource for tours of campus.
If you can’t visit us in person, take an online visual tour of the campus.
Or, consider one of the following self-guided tours:
Third Street: Jordan Avenue to Indiana Avenue
This tour begins at the intersection of Third Street and Jordan Avenue. Familiarize yourself with businesses and academic buildings along one of the campus’s major arteries. You’ll walk by several places to stop for coffee or a bite to eat.
This tour begins at the intersection of Tenth Street and Park Avenue. Learn about diversity resources on campus, as well as some local religious congregations.
Seventh Street: The Heart of Campus
Seventh Street is another major artery, frequented by far more pedestrians than cars. This tour begins at the Indiana Memorial Union, a place where all students spend some time while on campus.
This tour will introduce parents to some kid-friendly locales. It begins at the Indiana Memorial Union and then heads into Bloomington’s downtown.
Health and Fitness
Avail yourself of the many resources at IU Bloomington to take care of yourself during your time as a student. You’ll begin at the Student Recreational Sports Center (SRSC) on Law Lane.
This tour features several places of historical and cultural significance. It begins at the Mathers Museum and Glenn Black Laboratory of Archaeology at Eighth Street and Indiana Avenue.