Academics

Work Hard. Go Far.


Indiana State University sets high standards - for students, faculty members, and our institution as a whole.

Our core curriculum ensures that you acquire the fundamental skills and broad knowledge necessary to succeed - no matter what field you chose.

The course work is challenging because our degree programs are designed to develop the whole person. Whether you graduate with a bachelor's degree or a doctorate, you'll leave here with the kind of strength, wisdom and confidence that only a well-rounded education provides.

We also seek to be clear about the academic resources available to all students such as our faculty , curriculum, bookstore, instructional facilities, and special student services. We are proud of our record of accreditation by regional commissions and college-specific programs as well as our articulation agreements with Ivy Tech and other institutions. ISU has a long history as being an institution focused on teacher preparation and our Bayh College of Education continues to be nationally recognized.

The University also maintains the privacy of student records other institutions according to the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended.

For more information about the academic resources and policies at ISU, please consult the links below.

The information below is also provided to facilitate Indiana State University’s compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965.