Fast Facts

Student Statistics

Enrollment

Total 4,942
Undergraduate students 4,375
Graduate 567
International 140
Incoming transfer students291
Females 65%
Males35%
Minorities 28%
First generation college students37%
Traditional age (24 and under)72%
Nontraditional age (25 and up)28%
Full-time70%
Part-time30%

 

Student Geographics

St. Joseph County 49%
Elkhart County21%
Other Indiana Counties 20%
Michigan3%
Other States2%

Tuition

In-state$3,533.68/semester
Out-of-state$9,963.19/semester
Tuition and Fees$7,715.18 for full-time, in-state student


Financial Aid

Nearly $40 million is distributed each year

Campus Life

Student Housing for 400100 arts events each year
Honors ProgramLouise Addicott and Yatish Joshi Performance Hall
Over 100 clubs and organizations including Student Government AssociationTitans Feeding Titans food pantry
12 varsity NAIA sports in the CCAC conferenceEmergency Relief Fund

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Programs

More than 100 degrees offered in the following schools and colleges:

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
Judd Leighton School of Business & Economics
School of Education
Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences

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Graduate Programs

Accounting (M.S.)
Applied Mathematics & Computer Science (M.S.)
Business Administration (MBA) with concentrations in:
    Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing
Communication Studies (M.A.)
Elementary Education (M.S.)
Secondary Education (M.S.)
Special Education (M.S.)
Educational Leadership (M.S.)
Education:
    Clinical Mental Health Conseling (M.S.)
    School Counseling (M.S.)
    Addiction Counseling (M.S.)
    Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling (M.S.)
English (M.A.)
Liberal Studies (M.L.S.)
Music (M.M.)
Nursing (M.S.)
Public Affairs (M.P.A.)
    Health Systems Management
    Non-profit Management
    Public Management
Social Work (M.S.W.)

Technology

11 general-use computer labs
400 computers for student use
137 classrooms with installed technology
24/7 live technical support
High-speed I-Light network with access to Internet 2
Wireless network at all campus locations

Franklin D. Schurz Library

Nearly 2 million online and print resources
Research assistance available online and in-person
Great study spaces: bookable study and Zoom rooms, plus a quiet floor
100 computers
Makerspace technology and 3D and poster printing in our Wiekamp Educational Resource Commons
Open 92 hours per week

Employment

Employees1,166
Full-time faculty263
Part-time faculty197
Full-time staff251
Part-time staff74
Student Workers381

Centers

Center for a Sustainable Future
Focusing on the discovery and dissemination of practices and strategies that are ecologically friendly, economically sound, and socially responsible.
American Democracy Project
A multi-campus initiative that seeks to create an intellectual and experiential understanding of civic engagement for undergraduate students.
Community Engagement
Increasing awareness of community-engaged work, fostering campus community partnerships, and supporting the learning community around this work.
Civil Rights Heritage Center
Preserving and sharing the civil rights history of South Bend and surrounding communities.
Elkhart Center
IU South Bend faculty teach classes at the Elkhart Center throughout the year where students receive personal attention to earning an IU degree.
Professional Development and Life-Long Learning
Offers continuing education courses and customized training options.

Student Activities Center

100,000-square-feet
Fitness Center and group programs
Elevated walk/jogging track
Racquetball
Three full-size basketball courts

Contact Us

Campus Information(574) 520-IUSB
Academic Affairs(574) 520-4183
Admissions(574) 520-4839
Alumni(574) 520-4381
Bookstore(574) 520-4309
Box Office(574) 520-4203
Bursar(574) 520-4253
Chancellor(574) 520-4220
Communications(574) 520-4560
Development(574) 520-4131
Elkhart Center(574) 520-4000
Extended Learning(574) 520-4261
Financial Aid(574) 520-4357
Human Resources(574) 520-4358
Library(574) 520-4844
Police(574) 520-4239
Public Affairs(574) 520-4896
Registrar(574) 520-4451
Student Services(574) 520-4270
Webwww.iusb.edu

 

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