Undergraduate Admissions

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A quick look at the 2014 IUPUI School of Science freshman class:

  • 41% were in the top 10% of their high school class
  • 50% scored higher than 1200 on the SAT
  • 86% are Indiana residents
  • 78% are full-time students
Learn what students, alumni and faculty have to say about their Computer & Information Science@IUPUI experience.

The Department of Computer & Information Science and the School of Science work hard to make new students feel at home on campus. Starting with enrollment counseling, and followed by Office of Orientation Services, students have the opportunity to meet, work with, and get to know our staff, faculty, and advisors.

Computer & Information Science instructors are accessible and offer weekly office hours to provide extra help to students, and IUPUI offers a variety of services to help students succeed. These include mentoring, peer tutoring, over 300 student organizations, and counseling support.

Full-time faculty, not graduate students, will teach all your required courses, and even your introductory classes will usually have fewer than 50 students. Your advanced classes will have just 10-15 students, and you’ll work closely with your professors. The department maintains a student-faculty ratio of 11:1.

Admissions Requirements & Application Processes