Indiana State University

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Indiana State University
Motto More. From Day One.
Established 1865
Type Public
Endowment $75+ million As of September 30, 2010.[1]
President Daniel J. Bradley[2]
Academic staff 501[3]
Students 12,114[4]
Undergraduates 9,373+
Postgraduates 2,121+
Location Terre Haute, Indiana, IN, USA
Campus small city: 235 acres (0.95 km2)
Former names Indiana St. Normal School
Indiana St. Teachers College
Indiana State College
Colors

Royal blue and White

           
Athletics 12 Division I NCAA teams
called Sycamores
Mascot Sycamore Sam
Affiliations NCA, AASCU, AACSB, MVC, MVFC
Website www.indstate.edu


Indiana State University (ISU) is a university in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is in Terre Haute, Indiana.

ISU's sports teams, known as Sycamores, play mostly in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Sycamores football team plays in the separate but related Missouri Valley Football Conference. The school is perhaps best known as the alma mater of basketball great Larry Bird.

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