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At a Glance

Fast Facts About UIndy

Enrollment

  • 5,500 students on the main campus in Indianapolis, including approximately 1,400 graduate students
  • Average class size of 17 and student-to-faculty ratio of 12-to-1

Programs

  • 109 undergraduate degree programs, 37 master's degree programs and six doctoral programs
  • Largest programs in occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, business, education and communication
  • UIndy awards more doctoral degrees than all but four of the largest universities in Indiana
  • UIndy produces more physical therapists, occupational therapists and clinical psychologists than any other university in the state, and offers the state's only neonatal nurse practitioner program

Diversity

  • 44 U.S. states and 68 countries represented among students on campus
  • Nine percent of undergraduates and nearly seven percent of graduate students are international students
  • 25 percent international and minority enrollment
  • The University is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, though a spectrum of faith traditions are represented, including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism

Faculty

  • More than 600 full- and part-time faculty members
  • In a national survey of college students, UIndy faculty rank near the top in accessibility and helpfulness
  • In the National Survey of Student Engagement, UIndy ranked significantly higher in the student/faculty interaction category than all other Great Lakes private schools

National Rankings & Awards

  • Ranked in the top tier of "Best Colleges 2017" for regional Midwest universities by U.S. News & World Report
  • Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Nursing graduate programs ranked among "Best Grad Schools 2018" by U.S. News & World Report
  • Nationally ranked graduate programs in the Krannert School of Physical Therapy, School of Occupational Therapy and School of Nursing
  • UIndy is among a select number of universities in the U.S. to receive a Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Fewer than 200 institutions nationwide have received the biennial award that honors schools whose mission and actions support community engagement.

Athletics

  • NCAA Division II school offering 23 team sports
  • 10 top-20 finishes in NCAA D-II Learfield Sports Directors' Cup in the last 11 years
  • Six consecutive Great Lakes Valley Conference All Sports Trophy wins
  • Greyhounds won three Great Lakes Valley Conference championships in the last year
  • 14 UIndy teams qualified for NCAA postseason play in the last year
  • More than 200 student-athletes earned academic all-conference honors in the last year

Tuition

  • 2017-18 tuition is $27,860 per year; room and board with 14 meals per week is $9,988
  • Nine out of 10 freshmen students receive some type of financial assistance

Residence Life

  • 82 percent of freshmen and 52 percent of full-time undergraduates live on campus
  • Seven residence halls, as well as 196 apartment units in the new Greyhound Village