16AVERAGE CLASS SIZE

1,500+Students Each Fall Semester

90%OF STUDENTS ARE FROM SOUTHCENTRAL INDIANA

68FULL-TIME FACULTY MEMBERS

600+SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED EACH YEAR

$844KIN SCHOLARSHIPS IN 2016-17

Students and professor present research at international conference

Undergraduate Research

Students Courtney Watkins and Brandi Rund travel to Belfast, Ireland with Dr. Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick, professor of English, to present their research on Sylvia Plath at the Sylvia Plath: Letters, Words and Fragments Conference at Ulster University.

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Fifth year of Cultural Business Etiquette Program

Global Learning

IUPUC’s upcoming Cultural Business Etiquette Program will teach students, faculty, staff and alumni valuable cultural differences like to use throughout their career.

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Cadet Officer Program valuable opportunity

Learning Communities

The IUPUC cadet program, established in the fall semester of 2015 by the Indiana University (IU) Police Department, allows qualified full-time undergraduate students an opportunity to work in law enforcement while pursuing their college degree.

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Class of 2018, congratulations! We couldn't be more proud of you and your achievements. As you walk across stage tomorrow, you'll be joining the #CrimsonPride Alumni! Now that's something to smile about ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿผโ€๐ŸŽ“๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ‘จ๐Ÿปโ€๐ŸŽ“โœจ For details on the 2018 Commencement Celebration, go to http://bit.ly/2r5tIak
As our final Senior Spotlight -- meet Karen Smiar. Karen is a Biology major, with a minor in Chemistry. Throughout her time at IUPUC, she was involved in undergraduate research using 3D printing to create models for introductory science courses. Her favorite places on campus include the Biology and Chemistry Labs in the CC Building, and the Dancing Goat coffee shop. This summer, Karen will be moving to Scotland to start a four year program to become a veterinarian. ๐Ÿถ #IUPUC #SeniorSpotlight
Seniors, you've put in the hours & it's time to celebrate! Don't forget to stop by the Grad Bash on Friday from 5:30-7:30PM in the IUPUC Back Lawn (LC if raining). There will be food, music, and games & this event is open to all IUPUC students, faculty & staff. Wear your #CrimsonPride gear & come ready to cheer on our graduates ๐ŸŽ“๐ŸŽ‰
Commencement is less than a week away ๐ŸŽ“Meet Chris Nigarura, one of our Senior Spotlights! Chris is a Mechanical Engineering major who is planning to work in Columbus after graduation! His favorite spot on campus is the quiet area in the LC Library. Although he's enjoyed a whole host of classes, Introduction to Women Studies was his favorite because it challenged his way of thinking. Congrats, Chris! #CrimsonPride #SeniorSpotlight
2018 grads! Don't forget to pick up your rented graduation attire (cap, gown, hood, tassel and stole) on May 7, 8 and 9! Graduation is almost here, and you'll wanna be in full feather ๐ŸŽ“ โœจ
Finals week is almost over (yay!) & summer is just around the corner ๐ŸŒžMeet Luisa Chaparro, our second Senior Spotlight. Luisa is a Business major with a concentration in Marketing and Management. According to Luisa, getting involved in extracurricular activities at IUPUC was the best decision she could have made as an undergraduate. She's grateful for her job on campus, where she explored her passion for graphic design while helping out IUPUC clubs and organizations. After graduation, Luisa will be heading to Minnesota to begin her full time position with Cummins Inc.! #SeniorSpotlight #CrimsonPride
As graduation draws nearer, we're celebrating each and every senior. Meet Emily Edwards, our first Senior Spotlight -- Emily is a Psychology major with certificates in case management & substance abuse counseling and prevention. In addition to starting the IUPUC Ukulele Players, Emily's most memorable undergraduate experience was working with Kevin McCracken and Dr. Darrin Carr to co-found the first annual Conference for Undergraduate Research in Psychology. #SeniorSpotlight #CrimsonPride
The sun is out & the flowers are blooming๐ŸŒทMaybe weโ€™re biased, but spring looks mighty fine on our campus. Happy Friday, everyone!
One of our Assistant Professors, Dr. James Mendez, spent the fall semester with his family in Tallinn, Estonia, as a Fulbright Scholar. Pretty cool, right? While abroad, Mendez taught a class and studied the basic material properties of chitin, a naturally occurring polymer found in Estonian mushrooms ๐Ÿ„ While Mendezโ€™s research focuses on the basic material properties of chitin, the applications are far reaching in modern medicine and electronics. To learn more, check out the IU Is Everywhere project. Link in bio!