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Indiana University was founded in 1820 and the original campus was located in Bloomington, Indiana. Classes first began in 1824 with 10 students. Today the university has 8 different campuses in Bloomington and Indianapolis. The official school colors are cream and crimson. The school does not have a mascot, but students are known as Hoosiers. Hoosiers is a nickname for residents of Indiana.