Commencement

Hayley Tague commencement

Congratulations to Hayley Tague (MET) for being one of the May 2020 Commencement speakers! The virtual commencement went live on Saturday, May 16, 2020 and will remain available until July 1, 2020. To gain more information visit, https://www.indstate.edu/academic-affairs/commencement.

University COVID-19 Links

Main Indiana State COVID-19 page - Contains general information as well as specific information for students, their families, faculty and staff

Residential Life - FAQ for students 

Sycamores Care - Relief funds for students

Options for Course Grading - Option of changing from A-through-F letter grades to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grades for the Spring 2020 semester

 

  • Double-major and aspiring fighter pilot

    Travis Eckert
    A double major in unmanned systems and aviation management, Travis Eckert, has worked tirelessly to pursue his dream career as a fighter pilot and leader in the United States Air Force.
  • Career Readiness through hands-on learning

    Hayley Tague
    “My classes and internships have been geared toward real world events and problems which has prepared me for a future career in design engineering.”
  • Job prior to Graduation

    Kendall Baten
    Automotive Engineering Technology major, Kendall Baten, secured a job at Standard Motor Products before graduating in December.
  • Faculty and Student Partnerships

    Jared Wuerzburger
    IT student Dylan Marvel-Groppenbacher builds his career skills by partnering with Dr. Jared Wuerzburger on research, student organizations, and coordinating Sycamore LAN event.
  • Meet our Faculty

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    “Our department provides a studio culture, in that students get to know their professors and can come to them with questions about classes and help with things like getting a job.”
  • Hands-On Academic Experiences

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    "I was in a class where my group had to simulate an industrial process and I was responsible for leading the software/hardware team and programming the industrial logic controllers.”
  • 30 state-of-the-art labs

  • 26 tech-specific student orgs

  • 10 years
    of FIT conferences