Indiana State University

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Indiana State University
Former names
Indiana St. Normal School
Indiana St. Teachers College
Indiana State College
MottoMore. From Day One.
TypePublic
Established1865
Endowment$75+ million As of September 30, 2010.[1]
PresidentDaniel J. Bradley[2]
Academic staff
501[3]
Students12,114[4]
Undergraduates9,373+
Postgraduates2,121+
LocationTerre Haute, Indiana, IN, USA
Campussmall city: 235 acres (0.95 km2)
ColorsRoyal blue and White          
Athletics12 Division I NCAA teams
called Sycamores
AffiliationsNCA, AASCU, AACSB, MVC, MVFC
MascotSycamore Sam
Websitewww.indstate.edu


Indiana State University (ISU) is a university in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is in Terre Haute, Indiana.[5]

ISU's sports teams, known as Sycamores, play mostly in the Missouri Valley Conference.[5] 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 player Larry Bird.[6]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Page not found - Division of University Advancement". www.indstatefoundation.org.
  2. "Office of the President". Indiana State University. 11 January 2018.
  3. http://www.indstate.edu/whyisu/fastfacts.htm
  4. "Newsroom - Indiana State University". www2.indstate.edu.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Indiana State University". Colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  6. "Larry Bird's baseball career: A lofty .500 batting average". Indystar.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.