The IUPUI School of Science is committed to diversity and an environment that is open to everyone.
We are proud to be part of a university system that is committed to offering an intentionally inclusive and accessible campus community, one that inspires educational, personal, social, and professional achievement.
Read the statement from Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie regarding the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which was recently signed into law in Indiana.
This commitment to diversity has paid off. The number of minority freshmen at IUPUI has been steadily rising over the past six years and recently the campus hired an assistant chancellor for diversity, equity, and inclusion, to ensure continued improvement of the campus diversity climate.
Based on Fall 2014 enrollment, within the School of Science:
- 78% of undergraduate students are under the age of 25
- 55% of Science majors are female, 45% are male
- 30% of Science majors are minorities
- 29% of Science majors are First Generation students
- Since 2010, the School has seen a 54% increase in international students
- 291 international students are currently pursuing degrees