Due to the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, Indiana State has announced to have a virtual commencement on May 16 to honor this year’s seniors.

This time is not only difficult for our current students, but for prospective students as well. This is a critical time for prospective students to be making a decision for the fall. ISU is doing everything they can to provide prospective students with resources to help them decide.

Although students were sent home for the remainder of the spring semester, essential staff continue to work on campus to make sure Indiana State functions properly. ISU is still open during this time, even without classes taking place on campus.

Internships can have a great impact on a student’s career readiness and future success. However, the ongoing pandemic is affecting many students’ internship opportunities.

On March 11, Indiana State hosted its second annual Give to Blue Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event.