Indiana University has eight campuses: the original campus in Bloomington, which is a residential campus; an urban campus in Indianapolis, which also includes the IU Medical Center; and six regional campuses in the Indiana cities of Gary, South Bend, Fort Wayne, Kokomo, Richmond, and New Albany.
More than 97,900 students on its eight campuses
963 degree programs
More than 495,000 living alumni, including more than 249,000 working in Indiana
An annual operating budget of $2.4 billion
More than 18,000 employees, including faculty and professional and support staff
More than 150 research centers and institutes
An endowment of more than $1.3 billion
Indiana University is internationally known for the quality of its academic programs and attracts students from all over the world. At the same time, IU plays a key role in the economic and social well-being of Indiana residents, offering educational, cultural, and financial benefits to the state.