Enrollment Goals: Record Achievements

This fall’s class of incoming students at Indiana University Bloomington is making history: entering at the state’s bicentennial and graduating at the university’s bicentennial. While this commonality ties the class of 2020 together, they are all uniquely Hoosiers—no matter from where they started.

In the Office of Enrollment Management, we’re doing our part to ensure the academic quality of each incoming class, to increase access for all students, and to make college more affordable for more Hoosiers. The OEM strategic plan guides our actions in these areas, and we’ll continue to build on the last five years of growth in access and academic quality.

We’re committed to supporting and serving every student through graduation and beyond.

David B. Johnson, vice provost, Enrollment Management
Enrollment Goals: Competing Yet Complementary

Our students are setting records; the incoming class median GPA is 3.79 and the average SAT/ACT converted score is 1223. Direct admits have increased by 11 percent over last year, driven by gains in the College of Arts and Sciences.

As part of our strategic commitment to making college more affordable, we have developed a need-based Bicentennial County Scholarship opportunity in Indiana counties that historically represent a low number of IU students. We’ve redesigned the Pell Promise award and have enrolled another exceptional group of 21st Century Scholars.

We don’t stop working after a student enrolls. We’re committed to supporting and serving every student through graduation and beyond. From a pre-registration program that levels the playing field for incoming students, to an enhanced first-year experience for all students, to an intelligent knowledge base where students, parents, and alumni can find answers to their questions about financial aid, tuition, transcripts, and more—we’re constantly improving our support and service.

Indiana University Bloomington’s future is bright. In this competitive higher education marketplace, we’re taking every opportunity to be where the students are. We’re making it easier than ever to apply to IU through two new applications. As one of 95 founding members of the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success, we will continue to increase our engagement with underrepresented and underserved students. Additionally our membership in the Common Application will allow prospective students to apply to IU Bloomington, among a list of nearly 700 colleges using this single application platform. Across the country and the globe, we are working to keep IU Bloomington competitive.

Thanks to all involved for another successful year. I look forward to collaborating further with our students, faculty, staff, and other partners as we continue to work together to recruit, enroll, and serve all IU students.

David B. Johnson
Vice Provost, Enrollment Management
Indiana University Bloomington

Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.
Note: A beginner is any student starting college as a degree-seeking undergraduate for the first time. A freshman is any student with fewer than 30 credits.