Group Visits and Presentations
Scheduling Information for Educators (K-12)
The University invites educators to schedule a campus tour, a group visit, or an on-site presentation at their schools. No group is too small or too large.
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School group visits are offered September through April on the ISU campus. These visits enable your students to experience and explore Indiana State University's campus. Your students can tour our beautiful campus and hear from our admissions staff on topics ranging from college preparation and admission criteria to scholarships. Presentations are tailored to your group's ages. Our office can be flexible on the time of your visit to best accommodate the individual needs of your group.
High School Junior/Senior Experience
The High School Junior/Senior Experience is available to all school groups that include at least one Junior or Senior student. During this visit, you will have the opportunity to tour Indiana State's campus, meet with a friendly Admissions Counselor, eat in the dining hall, and learn from current Indiana State students in a panel presentation (dependent on time constraints). Please be prepared to spend approximately 3 hours on campus.
High School Freshman/Sophomore Experience
The High School Freshman/Sophomore Experience is available to all school groups that include only Freshman or Sophomore students. During this visit, you will have the opportunity to tour Indiana State's campus and meet with a friendly Admissions Counselor. Please be prepared to spend approximately 2 hours on campus.
Elementary School/Middle School/Community Group Experience
The Elementary School/Middle School/Community Group Experience is available organizations of all ages! During this visit, you will have the opportunity to tour Indiana State's campus and meet with a friendly Admissions Counselor. Please be prepared to spend approximately 2 hours on campus.
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Presentations can be arranged at your school September through March. Information will be tailored to meet the needs (and ages) of your students. Possible topics include career options, financial aid, scholarships, and tips for preparing for college.