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Enrollment at Indiana State University has reached its highest level in more than 40 years.
Indiana State powers up the Terre Haute and Indiana’s economy through construction, salaries and entertainment. The university also sends more than 1,900 graduates each year into the workforce to become engaged residents that impact their communities.
Come to Tent City for Homecoming on Oct. 6.
The ISU Foundation Board of Directors has selected Ron Carpenter, ’77, as foundation president. Carpenter is an ISU alumnus who has 35 years of experience in not-for-profit leadership.
On Donaghy Day, a day former ISU President Richard G. Landini set aside for campus and community beautification, the university rededicated its Center for Performing and Fine Arts in honor of Landini.
ISU President Dan Bradley was among 25 higher education leaders from around the country who took part in a 90-minute roundtable discussion at the White House with senior administration officials.
A newly renovated residence hall reopened with the start of fall classes and Senator Evan Bayh was on hand for the April dedication of the Bayh College of Education.