编辑：乐闻携尔 来源： 乐闻携尔 发布时间：2016-07-21
1.Academics: Being a history major is great. It adequately prepares you for a career in law school, graduate school, or even the general business world. There is a lot of reading, studying, and writing papers-- but the workload is not unmanageable.
2.Academics: My favorite part of IU is the academic aspect. I love classes here. I've only had one professor that I didn't enjoy. Professors are typically really great and really helpful. I don't find the workload to be overwhelming at all; no one should have a problem with that as long as they are keeping up. Registering for classes is a huge hassle though. You want to make an enrollment shopping cart so you can be ready to register when your enrollment date comes along, but the chances of the classes filling up before your date comes along are more likely than not. So that can be very stressful. However, you can still choose to be waitlisted for the classes that you want.
3.Academics: IU is a lot harder than people make it seem... I got a 4.0 in high school and then got a 2.9 my first semester here because I didn't know what it took to do well in hard, large classes. The professor won't know you in a group of 250 if you never go to their office hours- SO GO. I got grades changed because they knew me and knew I tried hard. While we are a state school, a lot of the programs here are difficult (especially the math and science programs). I see a lot of people transfer after first semester because they thought it was going to be easy. However, I do feel like my degree will be worth something. ALWAYS check your prof before on ratemyprofessor, a good prof makes a difference.
4.Academics: Since I'm a neuroscience major most of my premed requirements are included in my major requirements. It also means I'm in the college of Psychological and Brain Sciences, so there are many opportunities to participate in research and studies.
5.Majors: I have not had an internship before but I would like to be committed it one. I take high responsibilities for my actions and I am a hard worker. I don't have any concerns finding an internship because I know a lot of people willing to help me out. I have worked in the food industry and babysat before.
6. Majors: The program is challenging and allows students to grow into well-developed business professionals. The Undergraduate Career Services Center of the Kelley School of Business is a great resource for students because this service helps prepare students for interviews, jobs, and internships.
7.Diversity: I think IU has great diversity. I never feel like I'm being judged for my beliefs and other people aren't judged for theirs. Because of the large size I think everyone recognizes how many differences there are and don't have trouble finding people who they can relate to. We openly talk about controversial topics in my classes and no one has ever been too uncomfortable or offended.
8.Diversity: There are 40,000+ students at IU so there are tons of different people from different walks of life. There are a crazy high number of international kids, mainly from China and Korea and some from India too. As a town, Bloomington tends to be a bit more liberal in a very conservative state for the most part.
9.Athletics: If you're a sports fan, it's a great place to be. If you're not a sports fan, you'll still be comfortable and won't feel alienated. If you want to practice, the facilities are absolutely amazing!
10.Campus Food: The food and dining options in nearly all of the dining halls on campus are fairly similar. There is plenty of variety; for example, the Wright food court has Asian and Mexican food as well as home-style American food. There is also a place with healthier options, such as subs and soups, and there is a salad bar. I have found that these options are represented in all of the dining halls.
11.Administration: I've never been in trouble or needed a reason to interact with the administration, but I know people they've had to take action against because they violated the contract they signed when applying.
12.Health & Safety: With a big campus, one may expect the police to be sparse. That is not the case here. I feel safe walking late at night.
13.Guys & Girls: The guys are attractive. The Southern/Central Indiana boys can be jerks. Stick to the Chicago boys- cute, polite, and ambitious!!
14.Transportation: The buses are pretty convenient and they will go just about anywhere on campus. Getting around on Kirkwood or the College mall can be difficult and there's only one bus so a taxi will be needed for weekends.
15.Campus Housing: I live in Rose Residence Hall right now and it is by far the best on campus considering it is brand new. It is nice and equipped with single rooms with shared suite style bathrooms. I would definitely recommend this residence hall to anyone!
16.Local Area: There is always something fun to do around town. There are dozens of different ethnic food places, movies at the park, the farmers market, numerous cultural events and performances put on by IU. I love Bloomington. The best college town you can find.
17.Academics: My major is management. I am going through spea instead of Kelly. If you want a business degree, but are scared of kelly, spea just might be the way to go!
我的专业是管理。我会去SPEA（School of Public and Environmental Affairs公共事务和环境学院）读书，而不是去凯利商学院了。如果你想要一个商科学位，但是又害怕凯利商学院的难度的话，可以考虑SPEA。
18.Academics: I am double majoring in political science and criminal justice. Indiana University has top-notch programs for both of my majors. They both offer a lot of internship opportunities in the Bloomington area and even in Indianapolis. The workload and curriculum is invigorating but not too overbearing, and it is extremely interesting. The professors are all extremely experienced and go beyond the call of duty when helping their students.
19.Academics: The top departments are business, music, physical education, nursing and law. The registration process is a breeze. However, I wouldn't trust academic advisors at Indiana University, there terrible. I would trust asking your professors what courses are the best to sign up for and their advice. The workload is normal. It really depends on the major. Kelley School of Business workload has been heavy the last five-years. It’s a very competitive program.
20.Academics: It's hard, but IU has the best of the best of multiple schools, Jacobs, Kelley and the school of informatics are some of the best in the country. It won't be easy getting an A, but you will leave here knowing way more than when you came in.