IUPUI At a Glance

18Schools granting degrees in health sciences, liberal arts, life sciences, engineering and more

6,919IU degrees granted in 2016–2017

1,594Purdue degrees granted in 2016–2017

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Spotlighting IUPUI Success

Group of Upward Bound students

Upward Bound

Campus Success

IUPUI continues to provide college-readiness programming to low-income high school students in Indianapolis. Students receive assistance in college planning and preparation, tour colleges throughout the state during the academic year, and live and take courses for college credit at IUPUI during the summer. The program's primary goal is to prepare students for college.

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IUPUI student Nic Frimas on campus.

Good Fit

Student Success

Nicholas “Nic” Frimas, class of 2021, has four loves: cars, surfing, “gymming” (weightlifting), and his hometown of Durban, South Africa. Frimas is the 2017 international awardee of the Honors College’s Plater International Scholar Program, which funds just one international student per year. He plans to pursue bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering and looks forward to getting involved with motorsports activities on campus.

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Professor Stephen Boehm observes a student researcher in his lab.

Collaboration Building

Campus Success

Four years after its opening, the SELB (Science and Engineering Laboratory Building) still has that “new building” smell. The schools of Science and Engineering and Technology share the state-of-the-art facility, where engineers and scientists from multiple disciplines coexist and collaborate. The neurological effects of addiction and the use of stem cells to study nervous system development and disease are two ongoing areas of investigation.

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