About IUPUI

Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, IUPUI offers its graduate students many job, internship, community engagement, research, and social and recreational opportunities. As the 12th largest city in the country, and because of its close proximity to several major interstates, Indianapolis is nicknamed the Crossroads of America. We're home to professional sports teams, concert venues, shopping, and nightlife, as well as businesses ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Learn more about things to do in Indy »

In 1897, President Benjamin Harrison—a long-time Indianapolis resident—called Indy “no mean city.” And in 1909, then-Mayor Charles Bookwalter laid the cornerstone of Old City Hall, solidifying the community’s rallying cry in the stone’s inscription: “I am, myself, a citizen of no mean city.”

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You can choose from more than 250 degrees in 17 schools from both Purdue University and Indiana University. In total, we enroll more than 30,000 students who represent all 50 states and 122 countries.

IUPUI prides itself on its emphasis on service learning and civic engagement, as well as a focus on translational research. Students learn to solve problems faced in everyday life by using meaningful, evidenced-based information to address complex social, health, governmental, cultural, and relational issues. Read about some of our graduate students and why they chose IUPUI.

“The warm and caring environment, not only from fellow students but also from the faculty, make IUPUI undeniably one of the most comfortable and inviting places to pursue a graduate degree.” – Esther Bolanis, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology