Visit Us

Admitted Students!

Welcome to the Indiana University
School of Education in Indianapolis.

We are excited to welcome you to our campus, our classes, and our community. Until then, there is plenty to do. Here you will find all the steps you need to prepare yourself for a smooth transition to the IUI School of Education! This checklist will help you stay organized and complete all necessary tasks, so you are ready on your first day. Step-by-step directions, links and videos to help make this process seamless.

Visit our classrooms

Our Office of Admissions and Student Services welcomes visitors to campus for in-person tours to give you a sense of what it is like to be a School of Education student. We also provide a variety of virtual ways for you to connect with us.

Scroll down to see a list of upcoming events – on campus, near you, and online – where you can learn more about our school.

Undergraduate visits

Prospective undergraduate students can experience the School of Education through guided tours, JagDays, and other admissions events. Our upcoming visiting days for the school of education are February 24th, March 9th and April 13th. These are separate from the admission visiting days.

IU Indianapolis Admission Events

Welcome to IUI School of Education!

Your Destiny Awaits!

Meet the School of Education Student Ambassadors

These students will help you get what you need, help with any questions regarding classes, scheduling, and anything else you might need.

Contact one of them today for consultation to the School of Education!

Student ambassadors pose in front of scholarship wall

Micaiah Robinson

"As a first-year college student, the School of Education really aided me in my passion for teaching. From the staff to the curriculum, I have enjoyed every course and conversation that I've had during my time here. The goal of this department is genuine, and works to build passion, knowledge, and experience in the fields of education; and I am so thankful to be at a school where my dreams are considered and loved."

Contact me:

milarobi@iu.edu