IU Northwest offers in-city campus

Written by Nicholas Serrano. Posted in Uncategorized

Published on September 28, 2011 with No Comments

Indiana University Northwest is a campus designed for 21st-century urban higher education.

With 6,000 students of all ages and backgrounds, IU Northwest offers a diverse and dynamic learning environment where students acquire the knowledge, skills and life experiences that will prepare them for successful careers and engaged, exciting lives.  

Students have the convenience of a centrally located, non-residential campus while benefitting from the academic excellence of the nationally esteemed Indiana University system.

The campus has more than 70 undergraduate, graduate and pre-professional degree programs to choose from in business, health and human services, arts and sciences, education, and public and environmental affairs. Evening and weekend classes, off-campus learning sites, and small class sizes give students access to needed courses and ensure personal attention from professors.

Graduate classes are also scheduled for the benefit of working students. IU Northwest offers master’s degrees in: business administration; public affairs; liberal studies; elementary or secondary education; educational leadership; addictions counseling; and social work. Post-baccalaureate degrees are also available.

And, IU Northwest is home to Northwest Indiana’s only medical school.

But IU Northwest isn’t just a place at which students earn a quality education. It’s also the starting point for a successful career.

Students have access to a wealth of enriching internship and employment opportunities. Many graduates immediately pursue advanced degrees at IU Northwest or at other graduate programs throughout the country. Many others use their educational success as the foundation to establish thriving careers.  

 Outside of class, IU Northwest offers students a socially and culturally diverse campus community.

Student organizations, intercollegiate athletics, festivals, gallery exhibits, theater performances, guest speakers and service-learning projects keep our as busy and involved as they want to be. IU Northwest recognizes more than 70 student organizations, including a student newspaper, a literary magazine, student chapters of professional organizations, fraternities, sororities, honor societies, and many other academic, recreational and special-interest groups.

IU Northwest is located at 3400 Broadway in Gary, just off the Broadway interchange with I-94.


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