The signature limestone buildings on campus are constantly undergoing renovations that no one ever seems to witness. There is a covert team of custodians, gardeners, and maintenance personnel that keep everything beautiful. IU really does have everything. For the fitness junkie, there are state-of-the-art facilities; for the movie buff, there are foreign and rare movies screenings; for the food lover, there are gourmet meals served periodically in the elegant Tudor room in the IMU.
IU does a great job of finding ways to keep students entertained by and enamored with the college lifestyle. The campus is a close-knit community with so much to offer. If you are unable or unwilling to go off-campus, you don’t have to. You can mail bills at the on-campus post office, eat a gourmet lunch, watch movies and shows, get a fade or a haircut, play a game of pickup basketball, or work out without ever stepping foot off IU property. Although it might be somewhat monotonous to live for four years within a few square miles, the nearby facilities are what make IU a convenient, fun, and pleasant place to be.