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  • Alicia from West Chester, OH

    The quality of the education you get here is really reliant on which specific classes you take. I've had some really challenging, forum-based classes where I felt like I learned a lot, including a lot more beyond just the curriculum. I believe some… more read full review

    The quality of the education you get here is really reliant on which specific classes you take. I've had some really challenging, forum-based classes where I felt like I learned a lot, including a lot more beyond just the curriculum. I believe some of these classes really helped me become more perceptive and aware in general, but then, on the other end of the spectrum, I've had classes that are just power points that you copy down every day. They are excruciatingly dull, and the material never really fully sinks in. Being in Hutton Honors college (the honors program here) has been great and has offered me a lot of benefits in my education. Honors classes (people usually take 1-2 a semester) are smaller and taught by a professor (as opposed to a associate instructor), so they are much more personal and a great atmosphere for learning. If you are able to join the honors college I highly suggest you take advantage of that! (but don't worry, it's not necessary to get a good education here!) All in all, I believe that a degree from IU is a very respectable one to have. IU has many of the best programs in the country, especially Kelley School of Business, Jacob School of Music, and School of Journalism (my major). I'm very confident that when I leave here I will be prepared for a career. read full review

  • Farihah from Munster, IN

    The professors at Indiana U. are accommodating to their students. If for any reason your schedule conflicts with office hours or review sessions most professors are willing to set up other meeting times for your benefit. There are many tutoring… more read full review

    The professors at Indiana University are accommodating to their students. If for any reason your schedule conflicts with office hours or review sessions most professors are willing to set up other meeting times for your benefit. There are many tutoring centers located in different parts of the campus, so picking one near your dorm is easy and convenient. If you are thinking of majoring in business the Kelley School of Business (KSB) is ranked one of the top in the nation; and their School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) is tied at number two with Harvard. The facilities are one of the top in the nation and anyone should take advantage of all the Indiana University has to offer. read full review

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