Fast Facts About UIndy

Enrollment

  • 5,400 students on the main campus in Indianapolis, including approximately 1,200 graduate students
  • Average class size of 19 and student-to-faculty ratio of 13-to-1
  • Freshman class of 2013 includes 25 valedictorians and salutatorians

Programs

  • More than 80 undergraduate degree programs, 27 master's degree programs and five doctoral programs
  • Largest programs in occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, business, education and communication
  • 96 percent of UIndy alumni feel that they were prepared for their first job after graduation (2013 alumni survey)
  • 93 percent of UIndy alumni reported that they were satisfied or very satisfied with their UIndy experience (2013 alumni survey)

Diversity

  • More than 35 U.S. states and 55 nations represented among students on campus
  • Five percent of undergraduates and 10 percent of graduate students are international students
  • Nearly 21 percent 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

  • Nearly 600 full- and part-time faculty members

National Rankings

Athletics

  • NCAA Division II school offering 21 team sports
  • 67 Academic All-Americans all-time, including eight honorees in 2012-13
  • Seven consecutive years in the Top 20 of NCAA D-II Learfield Sports Directors' Cup
  • Five-time recipient of the Great Lakes Valley Conference All Sports Trophy, including 2012-13
  • Greyhounds won six Great Lakes Valley Conference championships in 2012-13
  • Seven UIndy teams finished in the Top 25 nationally in their 2012-13 seasons
  • 13 UIndy teams qualified for NCAA postseason play in 2012-13
  • More than 200 student-athletes earned academic all-conference honors in 2012-13

Tuition

  • 2013-14 tuition is $24,420 per year; room and board with 14 meals per week is $8,790
  • Nine out of 10 students receive some type of financial assistance

Residence Life

  • 81 percent of freshmen and 50 percent of full-time undergraduates live on campus
  • Seven residence halls and 66 apartment units