Spring Shadow Visit

Program Information

Spring Shadow participants have the opportunity to attend classes with their mentor. During the program, guests also learn about campus resources and financial aid, take part in various activities with their mentors, and stay on-campus.

There is no cost to students or families to participate in Spring Shadow. Housing and meals will be provided. Students and families are responsible for providing transportation to and from the Bloomington campus.

 

Updated: March 12, 2020

To date, no known cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been identified on any of the Indiana University campuses. However, due to the rapidly changing situation and with the safety and well-being of students and others in mind, President Michael A. McRobbie issued a university-wide letter. The letter includes updated guidelines pertaining to virtual teaching, visitors, domestic travel, and large events.

As a result, Community & School Partnerships (CSP) is suspending this year’s Spring Shadow program. We will be contacting applicants to let them know of this change and to provide electronic college readiness resources and highlight other opportunities that they may be able to take advantage of in the future.

Community & School Partnerships will continue to monitor the rapidly changing situation with the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and will post updates regarding future events, programs, and services, and any necessary schedule changes on our website.

Please visit https://coronavirus.iu.edu/index.html for up-to-date COVID-19 announcements from IU.

Eligibility

Spring Shadow is open to current 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. Successful applicants typically have a minimum GPA of 2.5.

Current 12th grade students who have already been accepted to Indiana University and are interested in an on-campus experience, are encouraged to contact the Office of Admissions regarding attending a Red Carpet Day event.