IUPUI's Next Chapter

Heart of Indiana. Home of innovation.

Because we share a mission to propel Indiana’s economy, collaboration with Purdue remains central to our plan. We will continue embarking on life-changing initiatives together, such as the creation of a new biosciences engineering institute.

We are building on IUPUI’s more than 50 years of accomplishment to propel us into becoming one of the preeminent urban research universities in this country.

IU President Pamela Whitten

Ownership of programs


IU will continue to own and operate the Indianapolis campus. We will assume full responsibility for what is now the School of Science, bolster our training for tomorrow’s IT workforce by expanding our Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, and amplify our health science capabilities.

 

Continuity for students


Current students will experience little immediate change. They will continue earning their degrees from either IU or Purdue, and all existing programs will continue being offered on the Indianapolis campus.

 

Faculty and staff impact


The campus will continue operating with outstanding faculty members teaching and conducting world-class research alongside dedicated staff members supporting day-to-day operations.

Task Forces for success


With careful planning, we are forming Task Forces to address a variety of specific areas. We're dedicated to ensuring a smooth transition, and expect realignment to be complete by the start of the 2024 academic year.

Read the latest update on the Vision 2024 Task Forces

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Dive deeper into our vision

We want to keep you as informed as possible as we enter this bold new chapter. Visit our frequently asked questions section to learn more—and check back often, as we will update it as time goes on.

 

See the FAQs