Established in 1865, Indiana State University is a four-year public university that integrates teaching,
research, and creative activity in an engaging, challenging, and supportive learning environment to prepare
productive citizens of the world. Indiana State is dedicated to teaching and the creation of knowledge while
maintaining its longstanding commitment to inclusiveness.
Located in Southwest Indiana, Indiana State University is conveniently located 10 minutes from I-70 making trips
to Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati easily accessible. Indiana State University sits in the central
part of downtown Terre Haute making the commute to shopping, food, housing, arts, sports and entertainment within
15 minutes to campus.
Indiana State University has been listed by both Forbes and the Princeton Review as one of the top schools in the
Midwest for the 5th and 13th year, respectively. U.S. News Best Colleges rankings describe Indiana State University
as pedestrian friendly and beautifully landscaped, and been it has been recognized by Princeton Review as one the
most environmentally responsible colleges. Indiana State University’s commitment to community engagement and public
service sets it apart. Students are motivated to apply both knowledge and creativity with local surrounding communities
As a medium size public university, Indiana State University is known to have one of the most diverse student populations
in the State of Indiana. With approximately 12,000 undergraduate students and 2,000 graduate students, our minority student
population is nearly 25%. Indiana State University continues to grow in enrollment and is committed to student development,
leadership, and success.
Located in a park-like setting in downtown Terre Haute, Indiana State University has the facilities, diversity
and distinctive academic programs associated with large universities, but with the atmosphere of a small,
CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime
Statistics Act require that crime statistics for Indiana colleges and universities be made available to
applicants upon request. Indiana State’s combined Annual Security and Annual Fire Safety Report includes
statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus
buildings owned or controlled by the University, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and
accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as
those concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters.
You may obtain this information about the campus by accessing the document at; Annual Security and
Fire Report. A printed copy of the report may be obtained by writing to University Police & Public Safety,
210 N. 6th Street, Terre Haute, In. 47809 or by calling 812-237-7829.
The Human Resource mission is to provide quality services and support in employment, training,
employee relations, employee assistance, immigration, benefits and compensation to those we serve
while meeting all regulatory and legal standards in accordance with University policies and ethics
as human resource professionals.
Human Resource staff will promote excellence in customer service by being responsive, knowledgeable
and sensitive to the needs of ISU students, faculty, staff, candidates and the community at large in a
pleasant, professional and efficient manner.
With the use of technology and the promotion of excellence in customer service HR will:
- Recruit committed and motivated faculty and staff
- Provide training and development opportunities for professional and personal growth,
- Act as an employee advocate with regard to fair treatment, problem
solving and morale,
- Continually improve department performance through research,
planning and assessment,
- Maintain and provide accurate and comprehensive records for HR
decision making, personnel actions, planning and policy making,
- Recommend and administer efficient use of limited financial
resources to provide compensation and benefits that are competitive in
- Assist in strategic planning and serve as a change agent within the
- Establish goals and objectives for total
compensation and benefits that allow for accountability within the
practices, provide a means to ensure consistent application of plans,
support the non-discrimination policy of the institution and legally
defend plans and decisions.