Indiana University-South Bend


Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Public

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Indiana


Indiana University South Bend is the comprehensive undergraduate and graduate regionalcampus of Indiana University that is committed to serving north central Indiana andsouthwestern Michigan. Its mission is to create- disseminate- preserve- and applyknowledge. The campus is committed to excellence in teaching- learning- research- andcreative activity; to strong liberal arts and sciences programs and professional disciplines;to acclaimed programs in the arts and nursing/health professions; and to diversity- civicengagement and a global perspective. IU South Bend supports student learning- accessand success for a diverse residential and non-residential student body that includesunderrepresented and international students. The campus fosters student-facultycollaboration in research and learning. Committed to the economic development of itsregion and state- Indiana University South Bend meets the changing educational andresearch needs of the community and serves as a vibrant cultural resource.(Approved by South Bend Academic Senate 4/15/2005)

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Total Students: 7712
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1700 Mishawaka Ave
South Bend Indiana 46634


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