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The World Is Your Classroom

The World Is Your Classroom

What better way to spend your summer than hanging out with bison and geysers at Yellowstone National Park? While summer break usually means a trip to the beach, 12 IU Kokomo students zipped up their hoodies and pulled on hiking boots to learn some geology and biology in the great wide open.
  • 15:1

    Student to faculty ratio

  • 800+

    Number of scholarships

  • 22

    Average class size

  • 4,090

    Total student enrollment

  • 12

    Varsity sports teams

An Education that Works Anywhere

Summer Bridge Program
For some students, starting college is like diving into the deep end of a swimming pool — they’re pretty sure it will be great, but also apprehensive about that first step. The freshman class at Indiana University Kokomo can take the plunge without worries by participating in the week-long Summer Bridge program, which teaches them the skills they need to successfully navigate the waters.
Summer Internship
The honking noise from Tabitha Pelgen’s tiny car was loud and commanding as the crated crane voiced its dismay at being transported to Salamonie Lake State Forest. “I was trying to drive somewhere I’d never been, navigating all kinds of road closures because of flooding, with this bird making a trumpeting noise at me the whole way,” she said. “I can’t describe how loud it was. I had no idea a crane could fill a vehicle with its call.”
Snapchat Takeover
The spring semester of 2017 saw IU Kokomo students taking over our official Snapchat account to tell their story. Follow us at iu_kokomo and be on the lookout for more exciting adventures!
Faculty Earn Grants
New technology for art students, and a research project studying self-compassion and body pride share in more than $130,000 in grants from the Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council (WPLC), the Well House Society and the IU Foundation. IU Kokomo’s Division of Allied Health Sciences and New Media, Art and Technology (NMAT) program were among 16 programs, representing seven IU campus, receiving funding.

Earn a prestigious IU degree for about $7,200 per year

Be IU Kokomo #myiuk

Last updated: 10/02/2017