IUPUI and the Indianapolis community have grown together over the past thirty years. They have worked in partnership to turn the challenges of modern American urban life into opportunities for growth and development. The IUPUI Performance Report shows that progress. It shows what the University is doing well, where improvement is needed, and how to respond to the changing needs of the University’s diverse student population and the dynamic metropolitan community.
The Performance Report is organized around the mission of IUPUI to provide for the University’s constituents excellence in:
- Teaching and Learning
- Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
- Civic Engagement
IUPUI is an urban research university created in 1969 as a partnership by and between Indiana and Purdue Universities, with IU as the managing partner. IUPUI grants degrees in some 185 programs from both Indiana University and Purdue University. IUPUI offers the broadest range of academic programs of any campus in Indiana and is the state’s principal site for graduate professional education. This campus ranks among the top fifteen in the country in the number of first professional degrees it confers and among the top five in the number of health-related degrees. IUPUI is the home campus for state-wide programs in medicine, dentistry, nursing, allied health, and social work.