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UIndy's Federal School Code: 001804
At a Glance

Student Outcomes

UIndy, along with the United States Department of Education, strives to make useful information available to enrolled and prospective students. We realize that students are faced with making challenging decisions every day that impact their future in employment and in their personal lives. Because of that, the Higher Education Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act require institutions of higher learning to make specific information such as job placement rates, student body diversity, and retention and graduation rates, accessible and understandable.

Want more detailed information? UIndy participates in annual enrollment surveys through the IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) Fall Enrollment Survey. This information is maintained and made available through the National Center for Education Statistics.

Job placement rates  

Job placement rates,
6 months after graduation

Found Full-Time – 66%
Already Had Full-time – 15%
Enrolled in Graduate School – 8%
Part-Time, Seeking Full-Time – 6%
Part-Time, Seeking Part-Time – 1%
Did Not Seek Employment – 2%
Could not Find Employment – 3% 

Common areas of employment 
  • Business and Finance
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Psychology
Types of graduate & professional education in which institution’s graduates enroll
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Psychology
  • Medical School
  • Business/MBA

Source: 2010 Alumni Survey, Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI) Factbook


Equity & Inclusion Data

The information below contains a snapshot of our student demographics. UIndy complies with the  Higher Education Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act which require institutions of higher learning to make specific information such as student body diversity and retention and graduation rates accessible and understandable.

Student Body Diversity

Full-time undergraduates in Fall 2015

36% Male
64% Female

American Indian or Alaskan – 0%
Asian – 1%
Black or African American – 9%
Hispanic/Latino – 4%
Native Hawaiian or Other – 0%
White, non-Hispanic – 70%
Two or more races – 3%

Race/ethnicity unknown – 3%
Nonresident Alien – 9%

33% received a Federal Pell Grant

Source: IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey (2015)


Retention & Graduation Rates 

 

State Authorization and program accreditation information:
Retention rate for full-time freshmen enrolling in Fall 2015
75% of freshmen who enrolled for the first time in Fall 2014 were still enrolled in Fall 2015
6-year graduation rate for students enrolling full-time freshmen in Fall 2009
Overall – 56%
Males – 47%
Females – 60%

American Indian or Alaskan – 100%
Asian – 80%
Black or African American – 40%
Hispanic/Latino – 28%
White, non-Hispanic – 60%
Two or more races – 27%
Race/ethnicity unknown – 37%
Non-resident alien – 60%

Federal Pell Grant recipients – 43.9% (Fall 2009)
Students who received a subsidized Stafford Loan but did not receive a Pell Grant – 57.4% (Fall 2009)
Students who did not receive either a Pell Grant or a subsidized Stafford Loan – 68.4% (Fall 2009)

Source: Internal Data; IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey (2015)


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