On a campus the size of ISU, there are some really great places to hit the books.
Unlike what I used to believe, eating is actually very important, and there are numerous places to do so on Indiana State University’s campus. However, if you eat at the same location too often, you will inevitably tire of the menu, as I did after eating almost every meal in the dining halls…
Indiana State University’s Welcome Week starts Friday, August 16 and runs through Saturday, August 24.
Whether you’re a college freshman or a graduate student, you know it can be overwhelmingly expensive to attend college.
Diversity is a necessity, whether it be in our workplaces or our educational institutions. Diversity brings acceptance, patience, listening and compassion. It is a very important aspect for most jobs, organizations, leadership roles and more.
Volunteering is a great way to get involved on campus and give back to the broader Terre Haute community.
Hello Parents! Welcome to ISU.
There is always something happening at Indiana State, but sometimes you do have to look for it.
Every place has its own lingo and colloquialisms. For instance, in the Midwest we sometimes say “oof” if something seems difficult or stressful. Some call all types of sodas “Coke.” The British call elevators “lifts.”