About Indiana University-Kokomo
Indiana University Kokomo serves an 11-county area in north central Indiana bringing quality education to area residents. You can earn an Indiana University degree close to home with many advantages:
* Outstanding academic programs: Select from more than 35 degrees and certificates including bachelor's, master's, and associate degrees. IU Kokomo is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
* Personal attention: Enjoy small classes (most IU Kokomo classes have 25 or fewer students) and a student/faculty ratio of 14 to 1. Professors get to know their students on a first-name basis and are available for individual consultation outside the classroom.
* Highly qualified faculty: More than 80 percent of the full-time faculty have doctoral degrees or the highest degree offered in their field. Many professors are nationally recognized for their teaching, research, and scholarship.
* Affordable costs: You can attend full time for four years for less than it costs to go one year at many universities. Tuition, fees, and books for one semester for a full-time student cost approximately $2,942 (for five courses or 15 credit hours). Annual cost for two semesters is $5,884.
* Financial aid: IU Kokomo awards more than $5.7 million in scholarships, grants, and loans to students each year.
* Student life: You'll enjoy our friendly, accessible campus, which welcomes students from a wide range of ages and diverse backgrounds and cultures. Many student clubs, lectures, and other activities will enrich your college experience.
* Student support services: We support your success with services such as the Learning Enhancement Center, offering personalized tutoring; the Honors Program for outstanding students; and an Office of Career Services, to assist you with internships and your job search.
* Flexibility: Arrange a class schedule that fits your needs, choosing from more than 250 classes each semester, including day, evening, and weekend classes.
IU Kokomo Student Profile
* Enrollment: 3,300
* 44 percent are over age 24
* 72 percent are female
* 28 percent are male
* 6 percent are minority students
* 56 percent are full-time undergraduates
* 80 percent are working full or part time
* 35 percent receive financial aid
* 529 degrees were awarded in spring 2005, including 481 degrees from IU and 48 from Purdue
* Most IU Kokomo students live in Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Fulton, Grant, Hamilton, Howard, Madison, Miami, Tipton, or Wabash Counties