Undergraduate Admitted Students

Welcome, and congratulations on your admission to Indiana University Bloomington!

We are thrilled that you applied to IU with an intended major in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. Students can expect a vibrant home at the Luddy School – a top-notch education, rounded out by customized experiences through student organizations and personal relationships with faculty and staff. We invite you, as an incoming freshman of the Class of 2027, to explore our resources, pre-register for our exclusive spring Why Luddy? event, and reserve your seat for Fall 2023.


Explore WHY LUDDY is the first step to your tomorrow

Luddy Living Learning Center

Located in Teter Quad in the Central Neighborhood, the Luddy Living Learning Community is a great jump start to building your network at Indiana University. With its own dedicated Maker Space, the LLC engages students with top-of-the-line software and hardware, 3D printers, laser cutters, and more. Applications for the LLC open February 1. To indicate interest in the LLC, please choose it as your first preference in the IU RPS Housing application. For questions regarding the LLC, please contact Tiana Iruoje.

Find your home at Luddy

The Luddy School exceeds the national average for females pursuing computing degrees, according to the most recent Taulbee Survey. The Luddy School has been recognized nationally for its excellence in promoting women in undergraduate computing and prides itself on creating a welcoming environment for all students.

Find your home and create a community through our 20+ student organizations.

What should I study or work on over the summer to prepare for my first semester at Luddy?

Students enter Luddy with a wide range of technology skills. Faculty support all students by providing extra support or extra challenges, depending on students’ current skills and needs.

Research experience for undergraduates

Luddy undergraduate students have the unique opportunity to work with faculty in research centers and labs. Students gain experience and build analytical and professional skills that help prepare them for their careers or graduate studies.

Undergraduate research opportunities