Power of Proximity

Recognized for community involvement

IUPUI has long been recognized for its commitment to the community through the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s Community Engaged Institution Classification, multiple President’s Higher Education Community Service Awards, and most recently, Indiana Campus Compact’s Engaged Campus of the Year award.

29,000students in 2018–19

3.48average high school GPA

1124Average SAT score

100%of Indiana counties represented by student body

50states represented by student body

144countries represented by student body

Work hard, play hard

A dynamic and energetic student life counterbalances hard work in and for the community for IUPUI students.

The student-led Jagathon Dance Marathon serves as a national model and continues to set fundraising records to support pediatric research at Riley Hospital for Children. Our Black Student Union has organized one of the longest-running events to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., now in its 50th year.

In 2018, the IUPUI Move Crew welcomed more than 2,400 students to IUPUI’s residence halls.  
Made possible by a gift from the Ball family of Muncie in 1927, Ball Hall was one of IUPUI’s first residence halls. After upgrades and expansions over the years, it is slated for renovation in 2019.

Explore the 2018 Community Report