Virtual Tour

Welcome to the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

At the O’Neill School, our people and programs will prepare you to lead for the greater good. Join us on the Indiana University campus, one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation, in Bloomington, Indiana, a great college town.

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Inside, the O’Neill School is environmentally friendly ...  and friendly friendly. We purchase renewable energy credits to offset our electric consumption, and our Paul H. O’Neill Graduate Center expansion is LEED gold certified.

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Civic Leaders Center

A short walk north from the O’Neill School toward Assembly Hall—home of Hoosier basketball—takes you to the recently renovated Briscoe Residence Hall in the heart of the northwest neighborhood. It is home to the Civic Leaders Center (CLC), our living-learning community for freshmen from all IU schools.

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At Civic Leaders, you can take an O’Neill Class, attend a lecture, or hang out with peers who are interested in making a difference in their communities and in the world.
The rooms are large and the laundry is free!
Director Paul Helmke leads new generations of civic leaders.
Briscoe Residence Hall, home to the Civic Leaders Center.

Multidisciplinary Science Building

IU’s Multidisciplinary Science Building, also called MSB II, houses the offices of our environmental science faculty and their laboratories. This silver LEED certified building provides 65,000 square feet of research space.

Indiana University and Bloomington

Walk any direction from the O’Neill School and you'll enjoy what the IU campus has to offer—more than 24 sports as a Big Ten university, Broadway shows at the IU Auditorium, or world-class concerts at the Jacobs School of Music—IU is always ranked as one of the nation’s most beautiful college campuses. Surrounding campus, more beauty awaits in Bloomington, regarded as one of the very best college towns in the nation