Indiana University Bloomington is a four-year, public university in Bloomington, Indiana. IU Bloomington offers 550+ academic programs and 200+ undergraduate majors across 16 degree-granting schools and colleges.
IU Bloomington offers the following veteran and military support programs:
Indiana University Bloomington is a MyCAA approved school.
Today the IU Bloomington campus is home to more than 500 veterans and nearly 750 military spouses and dependents. As a Pat Tillman Foundation partner university, IU is able to host one Tillman Scholar each year. If you are a direct descendant of an American veteran of World War I, you may be eligible for IU’s LaVerne Noyes Award. IU’s Veteran Family Support Grant provides up to $2,000 in unrestricted funding each year to veteran and military-connected students who are enrolled full time at IU Bloomington and are supporting a child or children under 18.
Indiana University Bloomington attracts students from around the globe who want the ideal college experience: great traditions, a gorgeous campus, international culture, Big Ten sports, and an active academic climate.
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