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Earn a prestigious IU degree - for about $7,700 a year

At Indiana University Kokomo, we believe in dreaming big, in taking big, bold steps, and in the limitless future of our students. Here, you'll be met with one-on-one support and instruction from inspired, accomplished, and dedicated faculty. You'll dig in to your studies, performing research side-by-side with peers and faculty alike. You'll build community through joining student groups, participating in campus events, and cheering your peers on at athletic events. Every year we’re raising the bar. We’re adding majors and programs that work to guide our students into the most promising jobs and industries of the future, like mental health counseling, computer science, and sport and recreation management—to name a few.

At IU Kokomo, there's something for everyone. You’ll earn a prestigious IU degree while getting the preparation, skills, and real-world experience that set you up for a lifetime of success — and have a ton of fun in the process.

Your choice of more than 60 different academic programs.

Take a look at our academic programs

Live your best life at IU Kokomo

Laughter. Mechanical bulls. Oxygen bars. Live music. Practicing Korean in Korea. Planning statewide historic preservation conferences. University Theatre. Comedians in the cafeteria. Jackrabbits games with friends. Cheering on our very own Indy 500 Princess. Adventurous spirit. Reading a great book on the lawn. Hours in the state-of-the-art St. Joseph Hospital Clinical Simulation Center. Teaching the next generation the next wave of skills. Real talk with your best friends. Leading experiments at Science Rocks Summer Camp. Serious Cougar spirit on the court, on the field, and in the gym. Farmer’s Market for the best cookies around. Student teaching in Ireland. KEY trips everywhere! Zip line through campus. Biology fieldwork trips. Intramural sports. Presenting at international conferences. #myIUK

We're think you're going to like it here.

Bringing the World to Indiana

Here, you'll want to get to know the Kokomo Experience and You program, also known as KEY. Through this program, you can travel near and far...usually for free! You can make overseas study part of your regular academic program, whatever your major. International travel is one of the most effective experiences you can have to broaden your cultural awareness, and prepare to work in our increasingly global society. The campus offers a wide variety of travel/study destinations, including South Korea, Guatemala, Germany, The Netherlands, France, England, Italy, and Poland. 

Athletics

We take our sports very seriously at IU Kokomo—and we’re proud to be home to our incredible athletes. What’s more impressive, though, is that they’re winning in the classroom, too. Our athletes tackle academics with the same dedication they give their sports. We have 12 varsity teams, options for intramural sports, and a state-of-the-art workout facility 

A Legacy of Strength

12,780

The number of living graduates in the IU Kokomo alumni network as of 2018. When you become an IU Kokomo Cougar you’re part of an alumni network that spans industries, professions, backgrounds, and cultures. IU alums take great pride in guiding, leading, and hiring their own.

710,000 and growing

The number of living graduates in the IU alumni network. Graduating from IU Kokomo grants you entrance into one of the world’s most powerful and largest living legacies.

1,350The number of one-on-one appointments our Career and Accessibility Center had with students in 2017

207interns placed in 2017.

A Community Where you Belong

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The Promise of Faculty Who Inspire

Research knits together scholarship, personal interest

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Research can be as interesting — and colorful — as a hand-dyed skein of yarn.

That’s what Erin Doss wants her students to learn from her example.

Read about the faculty research

Bradley says plant mustard seeds

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As a young boy growing up in Ohio, Todd Bradley walked to school each morning with his mother, a school administrator. Their conversations helped to shape how he lives today, and carried into his teaching career, decades later.

Meet Todd Bradley

Future health educators win state conference competition

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 Educate. Advocate. Empower.

As future health educators, Kathryn Bushaw and Kristina MacLain will use what they’ve learned at Indiana University Kokomo to accomplish these goals.

Read about mentorship