The teachers here are generally really nice and easy to talk to. Sure, there are those certain professors you watch out for, but so does every college. The professors I've had so far are really easy-going for the most part, and made transitioning here from high school very smooth.
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Indiana University Southeast is a great campus, weather you commute or stay in the new dorms. There are many options for majors, and minors. Also when you graduate you will receive an Indiana University degree just as if you spent the extra money to go to Bloomington.» Read More
The college is a very nice campus with plenty of different opportunities for every student. All the facualty and staff are extremely helpful with anything that a student may have questions on. The location is ideal because of the many attractions that are close.» Read More
This small campus comprised of mostly commuters offers a wide variety of degrees and certifications for students. The campus is fairly small and gives you the idea of a friendly close-knit community. Classes are also small, allowing you to get to know your professors and fellow classmates.» Read More
This school is perfect for me! The class sizes are fairly small (I haven't had a class much bigger than 40 people), and everyone seems to be pretty nice to me. There is plenty to do here when your classwork is done, and also plenty of resources if you need help with anything.» Read More
IUS has a relatively small campus with clean grounds and a friendly staff. Everyone is warm and welcoming, and every person on staff has been helpful and polite. It's the only place that I 'd want to be right now.» Read More