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The foundation you need to succeed

Antonia Sawyer
When Antonia Sawyer counsels families in crisis, she speaks from experience. Removed from an abusive home and placed in foster care, she rebelled, dropping out of school and earning a GED at age 16. She took the first in a series of low-paying jobs, frying onion rings at a Sonic Drive-In.
Jordan Dutter
Many students enroll in college with the goal of leaving home. For Dr. Jordan Dutter, Indiana University Kokomo was part of his plan to return home to serve his community as a doctor. After graduating with a degree in biological and physical sciences, he completed medical school and then returned to Flora, in Carroll County.
Korean Exchange
“It’s an opportunity for our students to speak to someone from another country, and learn about that country, without having to travel,” says assistant professor Lucy Tormoehlen. “For both the American and Korean students, it expands their outlook on the world, and gives them global experiences.
Anthony Rentz
Even a CEO has to do his homework. Anthony Rentz balances his final semester of Indiana University Kokomo classes, a full-time job at a local school, and owning a video production business. He looks forward to completing a B.S. in New Media Communication in May, so he can concentrate on his company.
  • 18:1

    Student to faculty ratio

  • 400+

    Number of scholarships

  • 21

    Average class size

  • 4,178

    Total student enrollment

  • 7

    Varsity sports teams

Finding your community

Music program expands to include voice lessons

Faith Renken prepares for her dream job, teaching voice lessons, in Indiana University Kokomo’s newly expanded music program. Renken, a sophomore humanities major, was one of five students participating in individual voice lessons, offered for the first time fall semester.

Earn a prestigious IU degree for about $7,100 per year

Endless innovation

Hands-on Care

As Jenica Longfield changes her patient’s wound dressing, Sara VanLue stands close by, watching and offering instruction as needed. At the end of the shift, Longfield, a nursing student at Indiana University Kokomo, leaves satisfied she has grown in her clinical experience.

Why we love Kokomo

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    The Spirit of IU

    We uphold a culture rich in tradition and excellence - a culture that penetrates and inspires everything we do every day at IU Kokomo. It’s a state of mind that connects us and drives us forward.

  • Reason


    A Vibrant Community

    In the summer we listen to live music downtown after a stop at the city farmers' market and later we enjoy one of our favorite culinary hot spots. Kokomo's an exciting place to call home.

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    Arts and Culture

    We’re a place with deep roots in innovation, creativity, and discovery. From artisan glassworks to the invention of the first gas-powered engine, Kokomo has a rich history of dreamers, doers, and artists.

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    Love of the Outdoors

    We take recreation seriously, and with miles and miles of trails, canoeing and kayaking, golf courses, and cycling trails, Kokomo has everything you need for your next outdoor adventure.

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    The Heart of it All

    Located just 50 short miles north of Indianapolis and less than 3 hours from Chicago, Kokomo has the soul of a small community in close proximity to some world-class Midwestern cities.

Be IU Kokomo #myiuk

Crazy for cougar country

Go Cougars!

Congratulations to the men's and women's basketball teams on a season of firsts. Keep watching our athletics web page for updates on all of our teams.
Last updated: 09/01/2015