A student plays a virtual reality game at Indiana Black Expo

Students and prospective families can visit the IU booth during the June 28 - 30 exhibition. Visitors can participate in hands-on activities for all ages, take virtual campus tours, meet with campus representatives, and much more.

21st Century Scholars Program

Representatives from the 21st Century Scholars Program will be at the IU booth to help students check their enrollment status and answer questions. In addition, there will be opportunities to complete the 9th-12th grade Scholars Success Program requirements.

Join us for 21st Century Scholars Day

Graduate Degree Programs

Whether your goal is to attend graduate school, enter a career in academic research, or take what you've learned to gain greater traction in the job market, IU graduate programs can take you where you want to go. Staff will be at the booth to assist.

Learn more about Bloomington Graduate School

Learn more about Indianapolis Graduate School

Bringing the IU community together

We invite current IU staff or faculty members to represent the university at various events and programs, such as the IBE Education Conference and 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 and its long tradition of opening doors for underrepresented, underserved, and minority groups. As part of this commitment, IU continues to support the Indiana Black Expo proudly.

James C. Wimbush, IU's vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion, interim IUB vice provost for diversity and inclusion, and Johnson Chair for Diversity and Leadership.