IUPUI At a Glance

17Schools granting degrees in health sciences, liberal arts, life sciences, engineering, and more

5,278IU degrees granted in 2017–18

1,662Purdue degrees granted in 2017–18

Spotlighting IUPUI Success

A view of fall foliage from the Campus Center

Campus foliage

Campus success

It’s finally the season of cool nights, all things spooky, and pumpkin spice everything. September 22 marked the first official day of fall, which means we are counting the days until the air turns crisp and the leaves start to transform. In anticipation of colorful trees dazzling us all over campus, we’ve picked out the most Instagram-worthy places to spot autumn scenery. Get your smartphones ready, because campus is about to go Technicolor.

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Zach Riley

Part thrower, part professor

Faculty Success

When he’s not teaching kinesiology classes for the School of Health and Human Sciences, Zach Riley can be found at the Bartholomew County Fairgrounds in Columbus. He’s not showcasing cattle, and he’s not getting an early spot for next year’s county fair funnel cakes. Riley is throwing heavy objects on a field in preparation for the 2018 Celtic Classic Highland Games in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Learn about Professor Riley
A worker at Paw's Pantry stacks cans on a shelf.

HEED award

Campus success

IUPUI has once again received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine. The award recognizes universities that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion through their innovative programs; hiring practices; and student recruitment, retention, and completion. IUPUI is one of only nine universities that have been recognized every year since the HEED award was established in 2012.

Learn about the honor

Career Outcomes

67%of 2017 graduates completed at least one internship

83%of 2017 graduates work in positions related to their field of study

92%of 2017 graduates reported positive career outcomes

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