- Small Campus, Big Opportunities
Small Campus, Big Opportunities
Indiana University Kokomo is a small, friendly campus where you can earn a well-respected degree from Indiana University. Choose from a wide variety of academic majors, attend classes on campus as well as online, and utilize services that empower you to achieve your educational and personal goals. It is the mission of IU Kokomo is to enhance the lives of the residents of north central Indiana through our academic programs, through our activities and organizations, and through our community engagement.
Striving for Academic Excellence and Student Success
At Indiana University Kokomo, the faculty care enough to learn your name and value your input. Flexible class schedules help you to schedule your classes according to your needs, and online class offerings help bring some of the classes to you. Use the latest computer technology while on campus, and take advantage of the modern library, classroom, and laboratory facilities. Scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study programs offered through the Office of Financial Aid make your education affordable as well as convenient.
Building Relationships and Making Friends
Make new friends on campus by joining one of the many student organizations. Attend a play at Havens Auditorium, or enjoy the latest art exhibit in the Art Gallery. Participate in club sports, or one of the latest campus events. The relationships you build at IU Kokomo will benefit you for a lifetime.
Empowering Regional Transformation
By providing a common ground where educators, members of the business and industrial community, and area residents can come together to share resources and ideas, IU Kokomo hopes to help revitalize the region with a new energy. Indiana University Kokomo is committed to community engagement and regional transformation.
IU Kokomo Fast Facts
- 3,719 total student enrollment
- 65 percent of students are female and 35 percent are male
- 70 percent of undergraduate students attend full time
- 56 percent of undergraduate students are between 18 and 24 years old
- 80 percent of students work full or part time
- 45 percent of students receive financial aid