IU offers incredible choices and flexibility, starting with more than 520 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
Additional learning opportunities—such as academic communities, research, study abroad, and our nationally recognized programs for freshmen—enable IU students to explore the breadth of their interests and get meaningful experience related to their goals.
- Cox Research Scholars Program
- Allows outstanding students to work with a faculty mentor on research and scholarly activities
- Exploratory Student Resources
- No major? No problem.
- Hutton Honors College
- For students who seek additional academic challenges and benefits
- Individualized Major Program
- Can't find a major? Create your own.
- Intensive Freshman Seminars
- New students get a head start on their first year in this optional three-week program
- Overseas Study
- IU offers more than 100 programs in 37 countries
- Residential Learning Communities
- Students who share academic interests live, learn, travel, study, and have fun together
- Service Learning
- Combine course work with a community service project
- Science, Technology, and Research Scholars (IU STARS)
- Gives undergraduate science majors valuable laboratory research experience
- University Division
- The first academic home for a majority of new students arriving on campus
- Wells Scholars Program
- Among the most competitive and prestigious academic awards offered by any American university