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Life at IUPUC

An extension of IUPUI, Indiana University Purdue University Columbus, or IUPUC, offers 12 four-year degree programs from IU and Purdue in a personal, supportive campus environment where community is core to the college experience.
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It may be small, but IUPUC makes a big impression with its warm, welcoming atmosphere, art-filled campus grounds, and strong focus on personal attention and support. Its two dedicated buildings are housed alongside Purdue Polytechnic and Ivy Tech campuses on a former airport property at the edge of Columbus, now dotted with lush green spaces, modern sculptures, and architectural shared buildings. While all students live off campus, there is cost-efficient, student-only housing available within walking distance if you want to live close by.

IUPUC is known for its family-like community, with an average class size of 15 students and faculty who know students’ names and take an active role in their success. Research opportunities, internship programs, and study abroad options are readily available and easy to explore, along with a small but active list of student organizations and community service programs.

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Head to our Keep Learning site to find technology resources, self care support, and opportunities to stay connected to the IU community during COVID-19, whether you’re on campus or learning remotely.

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1,275
students (undergraduate and graduate)

15+
student organizations

73%
of students go to college full time

  • All statistics are current as of 2020.
I chose to apply to IUPUC because it offered me the option to pursue a career and study close to home. Now I’m not scared of the future. Instead I look forward to it and the many opportunities it will bring.

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Active student organizations and events

Whether you love basketball, want to learn sign language, or have a passion for social activism, you’ll find a range of opportunities to get involved and build your community—as well as one-on-one support for starting your own club or organization if you don’t find what you’re looking for. Annual events like the Big Red Blowout, Tent City, and Homecoming bring even more students together to explore activities, meet new friends, and feel the Crimson Pride come to life.
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A focus on student success

Pursuing a degree is an exciting but challenging journey. At IUPUC, student support and guidance is built into the college experience from day one, including one-on-one faculty and peer mentorships, free tutoring through the Academic Resource Center, and Adaptive Education Services and counseling services for students with physical, mental, or other challenges. Career services help to connect students with internships and jobs in the Columbus area, and strong ties to community businesses and organizations offer more resources for educational support and career development.
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Innovative tools and training facilities

Like its parent campus of IUPUI, IUPUC is always growing to incorporate new and upgraded learning environments. Cutting-edge labs and facilities include a 3-D printing lab open to all students and faculty, a brand-new mental health counseling center for training and research, and the IUPUC School of Nursing Simulation Center, one of only 100 labs in the world to be fully accredited by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
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IUPUC Admissions

Phone
812-348-7390

Email
admissions@iupuc.edu