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Meaningful relationships that last a lifetime

Creating community ties

Community Howard Regional Health is partnering with Indiana University Kokomo to support a much-needed family nurse practitioner (FNP) track, donating $500,000 over the next five years to help fund this initiative.
  • 18:1

    Student to faculty ratio

  • 400+

    Number of scholarships

  • 21

    Average class size

  • 4,178

    Total student enrollment

  • 7

    Varsity sports teams

The foundation you need to succeed

Nathan Kring
For some who grow up in small towns, a college degree is their ticket out, a way to move to a big city. For Nathan Kring, a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) earned at Indiana University Kokomo gives him the tools to stay in the town where he grew up to help it grow and thrive.
Kambren Stanley
Not many college students can claim they planned a fundraiser that attracted more than 4,000 people, and raised $20,000 for community service agencies. Kambren Stanley can put that kind of experience on her résumé, because of an internship while earning her degree at Indiana University Kokomo.
Weipan Le
A leap of faith paid off for Weipan Le. Nearly two years ago, he enrolled in Indiana University Kokomo’s Master of Public Management (M.P.M.) program, believing it would propel his career forward. In November, six months before his anticipated graduation date, Le garnered a job offer from Amazon.
Bailey Troutman
An Indiana University Kokomo sophomore is one of the top collegiate women in the state, selected as an Indianapolis 500 Festival Princess. Bailey Troutman, from Anderson, is one of 33 women selected to represent the annual festival, during the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, the world’s most famous auto race.

Earn a prestigious IU degree for about $7,100 per year

Real Connections

National Recognition

The Enactus team qualified for national competition at the Chicago regional, with community service projects combating student hunger, preparing victims of domestic violence to enter the workforce, promoting healthy living, and teaching financial skills to elementary students.

Why we love Kokomo

  • Reason

    1

    The Spirit of IU

    We uphold a culture rich in tradition and excellence - a culture that penetrates and inspires everything we do every day at IU Kokomo. It’s a state of mind that connects us and drives us forward.

  • Reason

    2

    A Vibrant Community

    In the summer we listen to live music downtown after a stop at the city farmers' market and later we enjoy one of our favorite culinary hot spots. Kokomo's an exciting place to call home.

  • Reason

    3

    Arts and Culture

    We’re a place with deep roots in innovation, creativity, and discovery. From artisan glassworks to the invention of the first gas-powered engine, Kokomo has a rich history of dreamers, doers, and artists.

  • Reason

    4

    Love of the Outdoors

    We take recreation seriously, and with miles and miles of trails, canoeing and kayaking, golf courses, and cycling trails, Kokomo has everything you need for your next outdoor adventure.

  • Reason

    5

    The Heart of it All

    Located just 50 short miles north of Indianapolis and less than 3 hours from Chicago, Kokomo has the soul of a small community in close proximity to some world-class Midwestern cities.

Be IU Kokomo #myiuk

Crazy for cougar country

Go Cougars!

Congratulations to our fall athletes, including volleyball, and men's and women's cross country and golf. Keep watching our athletics web page for updates on all of our teams.
Last updated: 07/11/2016