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ABOUT US

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About IU South Bend

An Exceptional University. A Great Value.


Indiana University South Bend is the only comprehensive public university in North Central Indiana and the third largest campus in the Indiana University system. We’re a university grounded in academic excellence that also offers the full collegiate experience including student housing, more than 100 degree programs, men’s and women’s NAIA basketball and a full complement of activities to enhance your college career.

Nestled along the St. Joseph River, the IU South Bend campus includes:

Over 80 beautiful acres
10 buildings including a state-of-the-art library and Student Activities Center
46 laboratories and 13 computer labs
A campus-wide wireless Internet environment


Affordable Excellence

Because we’re public, we’re more affordable than many colleges. In addition, IU South Bend offers scholarships, grants, work-study and financial aid to further lower your costs to attend.

IU South Bend has about 8,300 students and a 15:1 student to professor ratio, so you can be confident your professors will get to know you by name and take a personal interest in your academic progress.

Professors, not teaching assistants, conduct our classes, and many professors use students to help in their research projects.

For a well-rounded education that provides the benefits of a public university and the close-knit learning environment of a private institution, choose IU South Bend for your college and graduate education.


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This is a photo of a Chelsea a student at IU South Bend

Chelsea Roose

senior, banking and finance, LaPaz

Chelsea is using her skills she learned at IU South Bend to take on the job of trustee in North Township. In the future she wants to pursue a career in finance. She hasn’t said no to politics.