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IUPUI campus statistics

Campus enrollment

29,390 students enrolled at IUPUI in fall 2020. Of those:

  • 20,441 are undergraduates
  • 8,171 are graduate or professional students
  • 77% of students attended school full-time

Freshmen entering in fall 2020

IUPUI welcomed 3,811 freshmen in 2020.

  • 95% of beginner students are full-time students
  • Average high school GPA: 3.51/4.00
  • 93% of beginners are recent high school graduates

Student body demographics

  • 87% are Indiana residents, 13% are nonresidents
  • 60% are female, 40% are male
  • 29% are minority students
  • 4% are international students

Geographically speaking, students hail from:

  • 92 Indiana counties
  • 49 states
  • 142 countries and territories (including the U.S.)

Research

  • IUPUI researchers were awarded $630 million in funding in 2019–20
  • The campus includes about 100 research centers, including 11 Signature Centers
  • 2,097 research grants were awarded in 2019–20

Community engagement

  • Students spend 1,000,000+ hours each year engaging with community partners through courses 
  • 700+ community organizations have engaged with IUPUI through research, service learning, volunteer projects, and experiential learning
  • IUPUI annually hosts four major days of service and 20+ other service events 

Faculty

IUPUI is home to more than 4,000 faculty in 17 degree-granting schools and 2 colleges.

  • Over 95% of full-time faculty have professional or doctoral degrees
  • 46% of faculty are women
  • 5% of faculty are African American
  • 10% are international faculty