INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 8, 2022) – Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Destination Development Corporation (IDDC) launched the College Life IN Indiana Passport.

“There is so much to explore in Indiana as a young adult,” Crouch said. “From sports and live entertainment to museums and unique parks, college students have a bounty of opportunities available to them and their friends when they venture off their campuses.”

The College Life IN Indiana “digital passport” is a college student's guide to over 150 destinations and excursions across the state that will provide entertaining and thrilling experiences. Sign up online for the passport and receive custom prizes for visiting multiple destinations across the state. Students need to check-in from a smartphone at one of the designated passport locations. Participants earn more by visiting more locations.

Indiana college students simply need to sign up for the passport to receive a pair of sunglasses. Students who make 10 visits to any of the passport locations will receive a t-shirt, and after 25 visits, participants will receive a water bottle. Check in to 50 or more properties on the passport to earn a backpack cooler. You can also qualify for a grand prize giveaway and specific drawings throughout the year.*

“Indiana is recognized for its top colleges and universities that attract students from around the world as well as within our state,” IDDC Secretary and CEO Elaine Bedel said.  “By incentivizing opportunities to get out and explore many of the state's attractions, we can help college students envision themselves in Indiana post-graduation.”

For more information go to or follow Visit Indiana on social media at @VisitIndiana on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

*All prizes are available while supplies last.

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