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14.6% of IU Bloomington 2012 student body is composed of minority students.
13.9% of IU Bloomington 2012 student body is composed of international students.
Of Indiana University's total Fall 2011 enrollment, 68 percent of the students are from the state of Indiana. All 92 counties in the State of Indiana are represented. Additionally, students from 49 states, Washington D.C., and 163 foreign countries are enrolled at IU campuses and make up 32 percent of the student population.
Kappa Alpha Psi, an African American fraternity, was founded at Indiana University in 1911.
Gamma Phi Omega, first Latina sorority chartered at Indiana University in 1991.
There are a variety of courses offered at IU--more than 5,000 each year--giving students the opportunity to study other cultures and languages in depth.
The Department of African American & African Diaspora Studies, the Latino/a Studies Program/Chicano Riqueño Studies, and the Asian American Studies Program underscore IU's commitment to research and scholarship in the study of minority cultures.
Visit the Student Activities Office to discover the dozens of organizations that enhance cultural diversity at IU.
Revised: October 9, 2012
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs