About Us

The IU Visitor Information Center is unique in that it is staffed almost entirely by current undergraduate and graduate students. Being able to offer our guests a variety of perspectives, from a diverse group of students, is one of our greatest assets.

  • Miryea Cisneros

    Miryea Cisneros
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Griffith, Indiana
    Major: Neuroscience/Pre-Med

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    I came to IU because I fell in love with the beautiful campus, love the atmosphere, the school spirit, the amount of opportunities, and overall it just seemed like the right fit for me.

  • Jessica Eilks

    Jessica Eilks
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Barrington, Illinois
    Major: Finance and Supply Chain Management

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Number cruncher. Chicago native. Gym rat. Book worm. Caffeine snob. Bundle of joy!

  • Roosevelt T. Faulkner

    Roosevelt T. Faulkner
    Graduate Assistant
    Hometown: Nashville, TN
    Major: Human-Computer Interaction Design

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Fashionisto. Lover of socks. Curious traveler. Netflix binge-watcher. Hip-hop enthusiast. Loves to connect with people through laughter. 

     

  • Joe Glauber

    Joe Glauber
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Doylestown, PA
    Major: Media Advertising

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Laid-back. Spelling-bee champ. Philadelphia native. Cheesesteak fanatic. Believes next year is "THE YEAR" for IU basketball.

  • Christina Harris
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
    Major: Telecommunications and Event Planning

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    I came to IU because I wanted the full college experience at a big school! My whole high school goes to Ohio State so I was looking for something different. The second I visited IU and saw this amazing campus and all the opportunities here, I knew this was where I wanted to spend my college years.

  • Kaleigh Howland

    Kaleigh Howland
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
    Major: Theatre

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Actor. Writer. Lover of pale pink and art museums. Cincinnati native. Los Angeles bound.

  • Coumba Kebe

    Coumba Kebe
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
    Major: Community Health

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Extrovert. Adventurous. Passionate. Netflix Enthusiast. Team Player.  I enjoy sharing my passion for IU with visitors and perspective students.

  • Trevor McCorkle

    Trevor McCorkle
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Muncie, Indiana
    Major: Psychology; Minor: Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Basketball Enthusiast. IU Basketball aficionado. Traveler. Adventurous eater. Cheesy sense of humor.

  • Zahra Naderi

    Zahra Naderi
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
    Major: Neuroscience; Minor: Biology

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Future physician. Obsessed with The Office. Science nerd. First-generation college student. Dependent on coffee. 

  • Matt Ostermeyer

    Matt Ostermeyer
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Carmel, Indiana
    Major: Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Future missionary.  People person.  Adventurous.  I love spending time with friends and new people.

  • Colin Shassberger

    Colin Shasberger
    Visitor Guide
    Hometown: Bloomington, IN
    Major: Journalism/Psychology

    iuvis@indiana.edu

    Writer. Photographer. People person. Bloomington native. Coffee connoisseur. I love hearing and sharing people's stories.

     

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to rent a car for my visit?

    It is not necessary that you rent a car for your visit. IU and Bloomington have a great bus system, and the community is extremely pedestrian and bike friendly.

  • When can I go on a self-guided tour?

    You can take a self-guided tour whenever your schedule permits. There are self-guided tour brochures that you can access on our website, or you can stop in our office to pick up the information.

  • Do I need to bring anything with me for the tour?

    Comfortable clothing and shoes are recommended for the campus tour. You may also want to check the forecast to get an idea of the current weather in Bloomington.

  • Where is the bookstore?

    The IU Bookstore is located in the Indiana Memorial Union. There is also a Varsity Shop on the corner of Kirkwood and Indiana Avenues.