University of Indiana at Bloomington is a public research university founded in 1820 at Indiana, Bloomington. It is home to over 30,000 undergraduates, with its alumni including violinist Joshua Bell, author Suzanne Collins and actor Ryan Murphy. Its limestone buildings, gorgeous paths dusted with crisp fall-time leaves and trees make for an aesthetically pleasing four years. It accommodates a diverse student body, and opportunities are not too far away with its strong and successful alumni base. The university’s workshops and student activities as well and fraternity/sorority life help put students on the map. Basketball games are insane and full of Hoosier spirit, with fans of all ages! At Mother Bear’s, students can taste the best pizza in the State and on 4th Street, sample restaurants with cuisine from all over the world. University of Indiana at Bloomington is a great place to study hard without compromising on an incredible campus life.