Meet a friend for breakfast or hit the Garrett Intramural Center for a quick workout. Stop by the Indiana Memorial Union to grab a coffee on your way to a 9 a.m. class. Take a moment to chat with your professor during office hours, or head off to the new Global and International Studies building to meet with your language conversation club. Have a little time between classes? Check out the work of emerging artists at Grunwald Gallery of Art, or get expert help with a class research project in the Wells Library Learning Commons.
After a full day of classes, take a leafy path through Dunn’s Woods and meet some friends for Thai, Indian, or Turkish food on Fourth Street, Bloomington’s international restaurant row. Head back to campus to attend a Themester lecture or participate in a Habitat for Humanity meeting. End your night with a play at the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center or a film at IU Cinema. There are so many ways to be involved in the College. No two days are ever alike.
Create your own major. Pursue multiple majors. Learn professional skills. Discover new ideas, gain experience through internships, and travel the world. Whatever you want to do, the College will give you the knowledge you need to make the most of it.
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Trying to figure out where to live? Find the right fit for you in on-campus housing or a living learning community. Or maybe you’re interested in living in another country while you study abroad. Your options and opportunities in the College are nearly limitless.
What you get out of your experience here is up to you. So get involved. Find the things you love to do. Make the most of your time in the College.
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