Indiana Black Expo

A student plays a virtual reality game at Indiana Black Expo

Students and prospective families are invited to visit the IU booth during the three-day exhibition, July 19-21. Visitors will have the opportunity to take part in fun, hands-on activities for all ages, take campus virtual tours, meet with campus representatives, and much more. 

21st Century Scholars Program

In addition, we will be featuring Indiana University’s 21st Century Scholars Program throughout the weekend. Representatives from the program will be at the IU booth to help students check their enrollment status and answer questions. There will even be opportunities to complete 9th-12th grade Scholars Success Program Requirements at the booth.

Join us for 21st Century Scholars Day

Graduate Degree Programs

Representatives will be at the booth to help find the right program for you. Whether your goal is to attend graduate school, enter a career in academic research, or to take what you’ve learned to gain greater traction in the job market, The University Graduate School has the program that will take you where you want to go.

Learn more about IU’s University Graduate School

Celebrating IU Alumni

If you are an IU alumnus we invite you to take part in a number of activties and special alumni programs throughout the week.

Learn more about what IU alumni can do during IBE

Bringing the IU community together

If you are a current IU staff or faculty memeber, we invite you to represent the university at a number of IBE events and programs, including IBE kick-off events, IU-sponsored events such as the Indiana University Education Conference, the Pacers Sports and Entertainment corporate luncheon, as well as the three-day exhibition.

Join your IU community at IBE

James Wimbush

Indiana University is deeply committed to cultivating an environment that advocates inclusion and equity for all. That commitment has been the driving force behind IU’s position at the forefront of diversity efforts in higher education as well as its long tradition of opening doors for underrepresented, underserved, and minority groups. As part of this commitment, IU continues to be a proud supporter of Indiana Black Expo.

James C. Wimbush, IU’s Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, dean of The University Graduate School, and Johnson Professor for Diversity and Leadership.