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  • Female student smiling and giving thumbs up in chemistry lab with seven smiling Latino students in the background
  • Female student wearing chemistry goggles, lab coat, and gloves reaching towards multicolored deflated balloons on table in front of a large red and yellow inflated bounce house obstacle course.
  • Two female students smiling at camera, one holding up peace sign with fingers, sitting at desks in a row with six other people who are talking to teach other

Visit IUPUI School of Science

Engage with dynamic explorers and scholars like yourself—some who study, some who teach.

See our urban research environment and meet world-class faculty engaged in cutting edge and translational research. From IUPUI JagDays, Science group visits to Science labs and campus visits - come see why the IUPUI School of Science awards some of the best science degrees in the country.

Visit the School of Science

Science and IUPUI Admissions Visit Days

  • Science and IUPUI Admissions Visit Days Science student Nicole Lindsay leading a career day for Latino high school students

    Career day for Latino high school students

    April 27

    Explore careers available with a science degree and connect with science students, faculty and alumni to help you figure out the next steps to achieving your goals.

DID YOU KNOW?


Science grads earn $15,500 more on average than non-science grads.