425 University Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Accrediting Agency:North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) is a four-year, public institution in Fort Wayne, Ind. IUPUI was established in 1969 as a partnership between Indiana University and Purdue University to bring together the Indiana University and Purdue University schools within Indianapolis. IUPUI offers more than 250 degrees in 21 schools, and, according to its website, is Indiana’s most comprehensive university. IUPUI has a student population of 14,326 and a student-to-faculty ratio of 18 to 1.
The schools that comprise IUPUI include the Herron School of Art and Design, Kelley School of Business, School of Dentistry, School of Education, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, School of Informatics, School of Journalism, School of Liberal Arts, and School of Medicine. IUPUI offers more than 225 undergraduate and graduate majors in areas including: accounting, Africana studies, anatomy, bioinformatics, business administration, dental science, marketing, mathematics, mechanical engineering, nursing, occupational therapy, painting, philosophy, social work, sports management, and supply chain management. Online degrees are available through Indiana University. Indiana University offers associate degrees in labor studies and histotechnology, and undergraduate degrees in business administration, communication studies, labor studies, natural science and mathematics, nursing, and technical and professional writing. Graduate degrees are available online in adult education, business administration, education, finance, global supply chain management, instructional systems technology, music technology, strategic management, and therapeutic recreation.
The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools has accredited IUPUI since 1969.
IUPUI sets a May 1 deadline for fall applications, and a deadline of May 16 to submit materials. IUPUI’s spring deadline is Nov. 1 and the last day to submit materials for the spring is Nov. 15. IUPUI requires applicants to have graduated from high school or to be set to graduate before enrolling. Students must turn in an official high school transcript to admissions. IUPUI requires SAT or ACT scores to be received by May 1. Admissions also requires an application and $50 application fee.