If you’ve ever visited the Indiana University Bloomington campus, chances are you’ve seen the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU). With more than 500,000 square feet of space, it’s one of the largest student unions in the world, and one of the campus’s most significant landmarks.
But the IMU is more than just a big building. Though the Indiana Union was founded as a student organization more than 100 years ago and the IMU building was constructed in the early 1930s, the IMU is just as important to campus life today as it was a century ago.
It’s a place where students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors alike come together to experience the spirit of IU. A place that welcomes everyone with Hoosier hospitality, and where everyone feels a sense of belonging. A place to call home.