Blue is You
With more than 13,500 enrolled students, there are likely 13,500 thoughts on what Blue means to an individual! Here are some thoughts on what Blue means to current Sycamores.
Blue is "Belonging." I like to join things, and I want people to feel like they belong here. It's important and easy to find your "thing" here.Drew
Blue is "Growth." I'm not the same person I was my senior year in high school. I won't be the same person my senior year or in seven years when I’m a teacher. Watching myself grow as a person, as a student, and as a teacher, I realize it all comes back to my education and the friends I’ve made here.Sabrina
Blue is "Pride." It’s not only having pride in our university, but also pride in yourself. You can do whatever you want when you put your mind to it. This is your school, your home - you just want the best for your university and your peers.Kayli
Blue is "Future." If you want to get your future going, all the resources are here and completely possible. We have the Career Fair to help you with internships, and the Career Center can help you make connections with future employers. It’s up to you.Ben
Blue is “Community.” There are always so many things happening on campus. Students don't have to be a part of an organization to meet people or get involved on campus, which is great for transferring students that don't know many people.Ashley
Life at State
Blue is Best
13 Years in Princeton
Review's Best in the Midwest
This puts State at the top 159 Midwestern colleges - a 12-state region.
No. 20 in Washington
Monthly's overall rankings.
This takes in to account social mobility - recruiting and graduating low-income students - and research. Indiana State is ranked the highest among all Indiana universities.
Top 3 in Community Service
5 consecutive years in Washington Monthly's
5 Years Consecutively
in Forbes Magazine's
List of America's Top Colleges
4 Years in a row on the
Princeton Review's Guide to 353 Green Colleges
Sustainability is what it means to be a Sycamore! Examples of our efforts include a wind turbine on campus, an award-winning Recycle Center, a community garden, and a new initiative to seek designation as a Bicycle Friendly University.
with 13,565 students