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Indiana University is a public graduate school in Bloomington, Indiana. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 10,281 graduate students. Of the 95 graduate programs offered at Indiana University - Bloomington, 9 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Indiana University - Bloomington are Business, Computer Science, and Public Administration. 39% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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The school is very friendly to everyone from all races. People are willing to offer help when you need it. Students and faculty do their best in my making my stay as an internal student very comfortable in America.
My graduate department, Geography is the best! From Administrative to Faculty to students, everyone is awesome in assisting me and encouraging me to be the best of myself. Studies is very flexible and I tailor the course based on my future
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I am a first-year optometry student, and I have been thoroughly impressed by Indiana University School of Optometry so far. The course-load is demanding, but not unmanageable; I think that the curriculum has contributed to my learning greatly. All the first year professors are approachable and organized, and there are assistant instructors and tutors available for anyone who needs help. There are several good student organizations available for optometry students. The school itself is immediately across the street from the Atwater Eye Care Center, and the main campus is also in close proximity. All first-year classes are held on the same floor, so students do not usually need to spend a lot of time walking from class to class. The only thing I want to see change with the school is the relative lack of clinical engagement in the first-year curriculum. I know that other optometry schools have more hands-on clinical practicum for first-years, and I wish there was more of that at IUSO.
The school has excellent resources and does a lot of extras for the students. They provide expert lecturers, and even preparatory classes for industry certifications. There are lots of student activities and opportunities to get involved in different organizations. For example, activities for scholarly interests such as technology, law, and computing. Also, social activities related to hobbies, student government, or other commonalities.
The professors are amazing and discuss their knowledge of current events and their research. The school is very concerned about safety too. They publish when incidents have occurred or weather is expected. College employees really seem invested in their jobs and often have a long-term tenure.