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IUPUI sets Enrollment Record



September 15, 2010

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  • Rich Schneider
    IU Communications

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IUPUI set new enrollment and credit hour records for fall 2010.

Some 30,566 students are enrolled, taking 345,115.5 credit hours. There were 30,383 students enrolled in 2009.

By the numbers:
•Enrollment increase 0.6 percent; credit hours increased 1.5 percent.
• undergraduate enrollment climbed to 21,202 (1.3 percent) and credit hours grew to 255,815.5 (1.9 percent).
• At the graduate level, the largest increases were with graduate hours with 684 (2.2 percent) and doctoral-research, where enrollment increased to 606 (7.4 percent) and hours climbed to 4,535 (6.1 percent).
• There were 237 (1.8 percent) more males enrolled with 54 (-0.3 percent) fewer females enrolled.

Official census figures for fall 2010 show that Indiana University once again set a university-wide enrollment record. With a total of 109,445 students enrolled at all IU campuses this fall, the number represents a 2.1 percent increase over the previous year's record number of 107,160, and is the third consecutive year that enrollment has topped the 100,000 mark.

Additionally, the university as a whole set a record for credit hours students are enrolled in, with 1,277,400, which is an increase of 2.2 percent over last fall's record setting 1,250,480.5.

The total number of beginner students on IU campuses is slightly smaller by 652 students at 14,846, with every campus, except IU East, showing fewer students. This represents a -4.2 percent drop from the previous year. At the same time, however, every IU campus increased overall enrollment from last fall, with all but one setting new enrollment records for total students.

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IUPUI is Indiana's premier urban research university. The campus enrolls more than 30,000 students in 21 schools and academic units.








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