IUPUI is one of seven campuses of Indiana University and includes two Purdue University schools. The campus offers more than 225 degrees provided by 18 different schools. IUPUI has more students from Indiana than any other campus in the state, the largest number of underrepresented minorities in the Indiana University system and the largest population of graduate and professional students of any university in Indiana. Almost 75 percent of IUPUI classes have 25 or fewer students. IUPUI has more than 1,405 tenured or tenure-track faculty members. With research expenditures of nearly $272 million in 2014, IUPUI is the second-largest site for research in Indiana.
-IUPUI Nanotechnology Discovery Academy
IUPUI also houses five major editorial and research projects in the history of American ideas. The following projects and/or centers are part of the School of Liberal Arts:The Peirce Edition Project,
which is preparing a critical chronological edition of the writings of the American polymath Charles Sanders Peirce.The Santayana Edition,
which is preparing a critical edition of the works of the Spanish-born American philosopher and man of letters George Santayana.The Josiah Royce Papers,
which is preparing a critical edition of the works of the American idealist philosopher.The Frederick Douglass Edition,
which is preparing a critical edition of the writings of the 19th century journalist, orator, abolitionist, and African-American leader.The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies,
which is preparing a critical edition of Bradbury's short stories.
University Alumnus include:
-Norman Bridwell (Herron 1950), author and illustrator of Clifford the Big Red Dog
-Bettie Cadou (English 1957), journalist and photographer
-Julia Carson (Law 1963), former Indiana congresswoman
-Vija Celmins (Herron 1961), fine art painter and printmaker
-Dan Coats (Law 1971), former member of United States Senate and former member of United States House of Representatives, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany
-George Hill, professional NBA basketball player, point guard for the Utah Jazz
-Samuel D. Jackson (Law 1917), former member of United States Senate
-Mike Pence (Law 1986), Vice President of the United States, Governor of Indiana, and member of the United States House of Representatives from Indiana.
-Dan Quayle (Law 1974), former Vice President of the United States
-Arthur Raymond Robinson (Law 1910), former member of United States Senate
-Frederick Van Nuys (Law 1900), former member of United States Senate
-David Wolf (Medicine 1982), NASA astronaut; Purdue University Engineering Graduate
-Samuel E Vázquez (Herron 2010), abstract expressionist painter