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Due to the continued cancellation of SAT and ACT tests during the pandemic and our new test optional policy, IU South Bend has established new criteria for admission-based scholarships, the Titan Awards. These take effect December 15, 2020.  High School seniors should check out the following admission-based scholarships and plan to apply and be admitted by March 1st to qualify. Admitted students must confirm their intention to enroll by May 1st…

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You can learn more about popular degree programs, the admissions process, and more by attending IU South Bend’s Virtual Academic Open House. IU South Bend offers more than 100 programs—in the classroom and online—to students seeking a prestigious, affordable Indiana University degree. Connect virtually with representatives from your program(s) of interest. Hear how you can prepare for today’s world at IU South Bend during daily sessions throughout the week of…

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Chancellor Susan Elrod is pleased to announce Jill Pearon as IU South Bend’s new Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She will start February 15, 2021.  Jill Pearon, IU South Bend’s new Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Pearon has more than 13 years of professional experience in higher education leadership, which has included facilitating strategic planning, developing and managing budgets in line with institutional goals, fostering student success and enrollment initiatives, and leading interdisciplinary curricular development.…

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International Student Services and International Programs at IU South Bend invite our community to think globally and celebrate locally during this year's virtual International Education Week November 16-20, 2020. This annual event promotes programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attracts future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences. Join us in celebrating the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide, held this year via social…

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Arthur J. Decio, community leader and education patron who led the effort to establish an IU South Bend presence in Elkhart, passed away November 7. He was 90 years old. “We at IU South Bend will be forever grateful for Art’s leadership and friendship,” said Chancellor Susan Elrod. “With his boundless energy and belief in the power of education, he was a champion not just for IU but for many…

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