|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis Students||9%||23%||57%||15%||1%||2%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I liked that there is a lot of places to go within a 5 mile radius of the University. The Indianapolis Museum and Zoo are great attractions to see. The campus is easy to maneuver around and the Campus Center is great for studying and grabbing food.
They need more free tutoring services for people having a hard time with tough subjects like Finite Math and Micro-Biology.
IUPUI has been the best thing to happen to me. The staff and professors have been absolutely wonderful. They have countless resources for students. They provide free tutoring which I take advantage of often. The dorms are roomy and comfortable, each has its own air conditioning control and large window. I have loved my time at IUPUI and always recommend it to undecided students.
IUPUI is capable of giving small classes with professors who have been out in the field. Some currently work in downtown Indy. Its great education for a great price.
IUPUI is fast-growing with a lot of variety. I believe it is very inclusive. It is a great place to meet people of different backgrounds. However, it is not your typical college campus. Its located in downtown Indy and is a public college.
I am currently taking online courses to complete my BSN degree. The structure of the online program is very organized and user-friendly. So far, I have enjoyed the Student Life Center and the campus library. They have plenty of dining options on campus considering not many students live on campus.
Compared to other larger universities, the campus social life is less lively.
I like the campus the most. The way everything is set up is very convenient, as well as it being in the center of downtown Indy.
Some of the buildings are outdated. And the campus food is not that good.
At IUPUI there are many opportunities for academics, career, and sociability. IUPUI is a very inclusive campus that is always striving to get students involved and make them feel welcome and taken care of. Academic wise there are so many options for majors and minors that you can really make sure it is suited for you and your desired field. Every professor I have had at IUPUI has made an active effort to help students find jobs and internships. Overall IUPUI is a great experience.
I personally haven't lived in on-campus housing at IUPUI but I have heard that the dining hall food is awful (specifically Tower Dining).