Indiana State University... your home away from home!
Who is a commuter student? Indiana State University defines a commuter student as one who does not live in a residence hall on campus.
Commuter students comprise roughly 60% of the entire student population at Indiana State University! Whether you live in Terre Haute or a nearby town, at home with your parents or in an apartment just down the street, Commuter Services offers a variety of programs and services to help you connect with the Indiana State University community.
Live-On Requirement: University Housing Policy states Freshman (students with less than 32 earned academic hours) are required to live in University Residence Halls unless they live and commute from their parent’s home (within a 60 mile radius of campus), or have a valid exception.
Upcoming Dates and Events
Soup & Substance - 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Monday, May 1, 2017
Commuter Student Spotlight:
Each month Commuter Services highlights one of STATE's outstanding commuter students!
Our April Commuter Student Spotlight is Katie McCall. A little about Katie:
Major: Human Development and Family Studies with Gerontology Certificate
Campus Involvement: I enjoy attending ISU sporting events!
Favorite Spot on Campus: I enjoy going to the commons and fountain! You can normally find me anywhere there is food!
To me, BLUE is DIVERSITY!!!!
Email the Commuter Student Assistant, Kayli Clodfelter, to submit your nominations: firstname.lastname@example.org