Half-day campus visit
Come visit our beautiful Bloomington campus in fall, winter, or spring. Campus Visits are designed for school and community groups of up to 50 elementary, middle, junior, or high school students. Half-day visits typically last about three hours and include a presentation by IU Admissions and scholarship programs, a campus tour, and lunch with current IU students. Tours of the IU Athletics facilities are not arranged through our office.
Full-day campus visit
Full-day campus visits are designed for school and community groups of up to 50 elementary, middle, junior, or high school students. Full-day visits typically last about six hours and include a presentation by IU Admissions and scholarship programs, a campus and dorm room tour, lunch with current IU students, culture center visits, and additional academic presentations. If your group has a special interest, such as law, music, or chemistry, we will work to create a customized experience for you. Tours of the IU Athletics facilities are not arranged through our office.
Spring Shadow is a three-day, two-night experience for high school sophomores and juniors. Students will stay in IU residence halls and shadow a current IU student through classes, work, study, and extracurricular activities. Participants will also receive information on the admissions process and scholarship opportunities.
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Jim Holland Summer Enrichment Program
The James Holland Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) is an exciting glimpse into the world of science awaiting students at Indiana University. High-achieving underrepresented students are invited to attend five days of lectures, laboratory work, and discussions while living in an IU residence hall and experiencing campus life.
Apply to the Summer Enrichment Program
Jim Holland Summer Science Research Program
The James Holland Summer Science Research Program (SSRP) is the second-year component to the James Holland Summer Enrichment Program. Students are invited to return to IU’s campus for a week of intensive research in the laboratory of an IU professor, culminating in a poster presentation of the student’s research on the final day.
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James Holland Research Initiative in STEM Education
The James Holland Research Initiative in STEM Education (RISE) is the third-year complement to the James Holland SEP and SSRP programs. SEP and SSRP participants are invited to return for a two-week residential camp as rising seniors to prepare them for a career in STEM training, specifically on the IU Bloomington campus. Students work with select faculty to understand the goals, current leading questions, standard methodologies, and hands-on activities of the faculties’ respective fields.
Apply to the the RISE program
Summer Experience in Sustainability and the Environment (SESE)
The Summer Experience in Sustainability and the Environment (SESE) is designed to engage high school students in educational experiences focused on the environment and sustainability while living on the IUB campus.
Apply to the SESE program