The moment they arrive on IU Bloomington’s campus, most students know this is the place for them. Our storybook campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the country—and we’d love to show you why.
Plan a Visit
Please note: alert regarding coronavirus
In response to COVID-19, IU’s College of Arts and Sciences is unfortunately canceling all visits and events through May 9, 2020. If you’re scheduled to visit campus during this time, you’ll be notified that your visit is canceled and you’ll have the opportunity to reschedule for a later date.
Until you’re able to join us on campus, we invite you to continue your exploration of IU:
- Take a virtual tour, which highlights key spots on campus.
- Research majors and courses in the College of Arts and Sciences to learn about academic opportunities.
- Contact our undergraduate recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the College.
- Contact the College’s Graduate Office at email@example.com with questions about graduate education.
- Connect with us on social media: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
- See how IU is helping students transition to online learning for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.
For additional information regarding IU’s planning and response to COVID-19, please visit coronavirus.iu.edu.
Need more help?Contact the College
Several options for visiting
Explore the College while you’re here.
Are you interested in learning more about a College of Arts + Sciences major during your visit to IU Bloomington?
First, be sure to schedule a campus visit through the IU Bloomington Office of Admissions, and sign up for a group College Information Session on the IU Admissions website.
Once you’ve scheduled your campus visit and College Information Session date and time, if you’d also like to meet one-on-one with representatives from the College, please complete the College of Arts + Sciences Visit Form. College visit requests must be made 10 business days prior to the date of your visit.
Where to find the College
The campus should be a place of beauty that students can walk around and think grand thoughts.Herman B Wells, IU president, 1938–62
Virtual tour: visit us from anywhere
Visit our home from the comfort of yours. This interactive Office of Admissions tour shows you around IU with videos, photos, and 360-degree panoramas.Start your virtual tour
You’ll fall in love with B-town, too
Bloomington—our energetic hometown of 82,000—blends the feel of a college town with the opportunities of a larger city. Within walking distance of campus, you can dine at an astounding array of restaurants, discover up-and-coming bands and comedians, browse eclectic shops, and explore miles of trails.Go to VisitBloomington.com