Indiana State undergraduate students have ample opportunity to contribute to the world’s growing body of knowledge, while at the same time honing important skills and bolstering their resumes.
Indiana State has long had the most diverse residential student body of any public institution in the state — and programs such as student affairs and higher education, nursing and others are leading the charge to create an even more inclusive campus.
A Google search kicked off a huge internship opportunity for Sara Leyes, ’18. She credits the culture of support at State for setting her up for success.
State’s industry partnerships help shape the university’s degree offerings to align closely with workforce needs, which means students are going into in-demand fields and are prepared to hit the ground running after graduation.
It wouldn’t take Goldilocks three tries at Indiana State — she’d know right away the university is big enough to spread her wings but small enough to get high-quality attention from faculty and staff.
The new $64 million state-funded building is an investment of the state of Indiana in the health, health and wellness and social services workforce needs of Indiana.
An energy-efficient building that ensures high-quality learning and engaged collaboration is achieved with the new, highly functional Health and Human Services building.