IUPUI At a Glance

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

7,100+degrees granted in 2018–19

29,530+students attending IUPUI in fall 2019

Spotlighting IUPUI Success

Tyler Trent being treated by IU School of Medicine doctors and researchers.

Tyler Trent's legacy

Research Success

Hope sprouts from tragedy with Indiana School of Medicine researchers finding a new way to halt tumor growth from Purdue student and super fan Tyler Trent's cells. Researchers Karen Pollock and Jamie Renbarger expect these advancements will benefit pediatric and adult oncology, and all those combating cancer.

Experience Tyler's Legacy
O'Neill School graduate Sara Hindi meets with students in the school's new mentor program.

Mentoring achievement

Student Success

O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs graduate Sara Hindi connects with current students about career paths and life advice leading up to graduation. As a member of the school's new Mentor Collective, Hindi is one of many who communicate online to guide first-generation students and students of color towards positive, fulfilling journeys.

More on Mentor Collective
Kelley School of Business professor Amrou Awaysheh works in his lab on energy innovations to save manufacturing facilities from excessive expenses.

Engineering cost savings

Institutional Success

Kelley School professor Amrou Awaysheh works with manufacturing facilities to save money and the environment. Connected to the Internet of Things, his "smart meters" activate large machinery and tools only when needed, instead of running constantly. His efforts impact $60 billion to $100 billion of energy wasted in manufacturing annually.

Hear Awaysheh's Story

Career Outcomes

72%of 2018 graduates completed at least one internship

85%of 2018 graduates work in positions related to their field of study

92%of 2018 graduates reported positive career outcomes

Then, now, and always.

Opportunity awaits at IUPUI