“Advancing Indiana University Bloomington by recruiting, enrolling, and serving diverse and academically prepared students in support of their attainment of an IU degree.”
Helping students succeed, one student at a time: The 2015 Office of Enrollment Management (OEM) Overview is now available online.
During move-in week, you may have read about IU Bloomington’s 2015 beginner cohort, which includes students from all 92 Indiana counties. This group is the most academically prepared — in reference to median GPA (3.76) and average SAT/ACT (1218) — and the most diverse, with a record number of underrepresented students enrolling at IU Bloomington. […]
This year’s first-year students at Indiana University Bloomington are raising the bar for academic achievement and diversity. Coming from all 92 Indiana counties and 47 U.S. states, the class has the strongest record ever for high school academics and includes increases in students from populations that are traditionally underrepresented in higher education.
The Office of Enrollment Management welcomes Maria Lee, Thomas Liverman, Kathy McDaniel, Wanda Rose, and Marta Sowers to our Student Central on Union staff.
IU Bloomington continues to focus on recruiting and retaining highly-motivated, diverse, and academically prepared students.
Office of Admissions partners with Kelley, SPEA; announces appointment of new regional recruiting positions in Texas and the Mid-Atlantic region.
Bursar and Student Central on Union services teams are uniting to provide a single location for your financial aid, class registration, and student account needs beginning November 1st.