IUPUI = IU, Purdue, and Indianapolis
You've probably heard the saying, "the best of both worlds", but what about the best of three worlds? At IUPUI, that's exactly what you get. When you complete your degree at IUPUI, it will come from either Indiana University, or Purdue University (depending on your major). In addition to being a part of these two world-class universities, our students also have unparalleled opportunities and resources at their fingertips by living in downtown Indianapolis, the nation's 14th largest city.
So what can you study at IUPUI? What can't you study! With more than 350 academic programs, IUPUI offers one of the broadest ranges of degree programs in Indiana, and the nation! Check it out for yourself - view our academic schools and divisions and our degree programs!
Our Students RISE to the Challenge
The RISE to the IUPUI Challenge initiative engages students more deeply in their learning and contributes to their intellectual and professional development in unique ways. Each undergraduate student is challenged to include at least two of the four RISE experiences — research, international, service learning, and experiential learning — into their degree programs.
The RISE to the IUPUI Challenge initiative enhances the teaching and learning process that occurs during formal classroom coursework. The initiative builds on IUPUI’s long tradition and commitment to experiential learning. Each RISE category incorporates qualified experiences, integration of knowledge, reflection, and assessment, and will be documented on students’ transcripts. More information is available at http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/plans/rise.cfm.
A Campus that Promotes Diversity
IUPUI students are as diverse as the city around them, coming from many walks of life, varied ethnic cultures, with different personal, academic, and professional goals. IUPUI has over 30,000 students from all across the United States, and 147 countries! Campus resources, such as the Multicultural Success Center and the Office for Diversity Access & Achievement, not only give our students a firsthand approach to diversity on campus, it allows them to celebrate it. Learn more about IUPUI's commitment to diversity.
Receive Personal Attention and Academic Support
IUPUI does everything possible to make students feel at home on campus. This starts with one-on-one admissions counseling in the Admissions Center, and does not end until graduation. Though we are the state's third largest university (more than 30,000 students enroll at IUPUI each year), IUPUI takes a small school approach to big academics. Thanks to a student/faculty ratio of 16:1, and the fact around 71% of our courses have 30 students or fewer, IUPUI students have the opportunity to meet, work with, and get to know our staff, faculty, and advisors.
IUPUI offers a variety of services for students to help them succeed in their academics. This includes mentoring services and peer tutoring, more than 400 student organizations, a health center, and Counseling and Psychological Services. Another service to help students succeed is the Math Assistance Center. This center offers onsite tutoring and mentoring for all students enrolled in math courses.
Additionally, IUPUI provides special assistance due to disabilities. Adaptive Educational Services works to make campus life and learning accessible for students with disabilities. AES assists students with disabilities to achieve their educational goals through such services as note taking, interpreting, and test proctoring.
IUPUI employs 38 full-time sworn police officers. The full-time and student police officers are certified as law enforcement officers. The IUPUI Police provide a number of services including more than 100 emergency telephones on campus which are direct lines to the IUPUI Public Safety Dispatch Center. Students may also obtain an IUPUI Campus Police escort to their car or another building on campus by calling (317) 274-SAFE (7233) 24 hours a day. For more information including services and campus statistics, go to the IUPUI Police website.
Additionally, IUPUI uses the IU notify system to alert students to emergency situations, including adverse weather, that occur on campus. The service includes phone calls, text messages, e-mails, and website notifications.