IUPUI Reviews

  • 146 Reviews
  • Indianapolis (IN)
  • Annual Tuition: $30,710
88% of 146 students said this degree improved their career prospects
94% of 146 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"IUPUI master program was flexible with your schedule and had a high caliber of professors to learn and have as mentors."
Olivia
  • Reviewed: 1/3/2017
  • Degree: Library Science
"I chose this program because it was a hybrid program, mostly in person but some online offerings. I also applied for and received a graduate assistantship, which was huge. Recently they have moved to online only, something which appeals to me much less."
MEG
  • Reviewed: 1/3/2017
  • Degree: History
"Overall, I had good professors and learned a lot from the classes. The curriculum was well designed and hands on. I just wish there were some form of job placement / coaching offered to new graduates."
Kendra
  • Reviewed: 8/11/2016
  • Degree: Psychology
"IUPUC is a great school with a small school feel. Everyone from the bursar to the advisors and the finalcial aid office are always happy to see you and welcome your questions. I always felt like their first goal was to serve me and help me in any way they could. They class sizes are smaller than larger campuses which makes for a more relaxed and intimate learning setting."
AH
  • Reviewed: 7/22/2016
  • Degree: Psychology
"It was informative. It is good to have the degree but make sure it is really something you want to do. It is a waste of time and money if you get a degree in something you aren't interested in. I do appreciate the knowledge I gained from college."
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 7/22/2016
  • Degree: Library Science
"I found the university to be very accessible. I do not agree with the choices the school is making to go all online. I think there is value in the classroom, but I have spoken with many people who say class times and campus is not accessible to them and without an online only option they would be unable to obtain a masters degree."
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 5/31/2016
  • Degree: Biology
"IUPUI is a diverse urban campus that allowed me to explore many different avenues. As an undergrad I was able to participate in scientific research and interact with other students who were as passionate about science as I was."
Dessi Moneva
  • Reviewed: 11/29/2015
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"Pros - student leaders are making great strides towards making the school better, and the new administration is much more receptive to feedback. Cons - having 9 campuses is always going to be a challenge, no matter how much we try to unify the curriculum and increase opportunities for students to interact."
SarahS
  • Reviewed: 11/3/2015
  • Degree: Art & Design
"IU is a great place to be. There are so many amazing things going on academically. It's easy to get caught up in the party scene, but if you take a step back you realize the scope of activities going on all around you."
Duong Vu
  • Reviewed: 10/12/2015
  • Degree: Law
"Even this is a new program, it brings me a wonderful chance to study legal aspect of my bachelor's major. Professors in this school are full of high-level experiences and they inspires us a lot in their subject. I cannot ask for more than this. My school maynot have a high rank in the list, but what it helps you in not only knowledge, real knowledge but also opportunity is undeniable. All I want to say after a year in this law school is: Thank you."
Janet Horne
  • Reviewed: 10/11/2015
  • Degree: Law
"Excellent program located in the heart of Indianapolis."
Emily Sargent
  • Reviewed: 10/10/2015
  • Degree: Law
"Pros = very supportive faculty and staff, great student mentoring program, affordable, great location in relation to the local legal community, joint degree programs, and specialized law programs (i.e. health law, intellectual property, environmental law, corporate business law and criminal law programs) Cons = disorganized at times, the staff doesn't work well together, the administration sometimes forgets to focus on the education of the students instead of the bureaucracy of higher education, and very few scholarships for non-first year students"
Stacy Eaton
  • Reviewed: 10/10/2015
  • Degree: Law
"IU McKinney offers at least one thing that other schools cannot compete with: location. Located right in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, McKinney offers the opportunity for students to work for the top law firms in the state and the most sought after public interest positions in the state, all while attending school full time. McKinney also offers an evening program for those who work full time. The diversity at McKinney is great and continues to grow."
NATASHA NSAMBO
  • Reviewed: 10/10/2015
  • Degree: Law
"PROS *IU Mckinney is really a great especially if you want to live and work in Indiana. The location of the school is one of its best assets. *The faculty is wonderful and has high expectations of students. They are available to help you and are responsive to emails. *I love having (free) lockers to use and the microwaves and refrigerators around campus. *The security of the law school building is good. *The bathrooms are kept clean. The Deans Tutorial Society (DTS) provides 1st year students with student - tutors, which is great because these tutors provide valuable insight to the professors and final exam. CONS *Lack of diversity especially when it comes to minorities. However, the school has made an tremendous improvement in the last two entering classes. *Computer access and printing - It would be nice to have more computers and printers available for student usage. *There is one student organization that seems to be kept at the pedastal and a good amount of student organization seem to be neglected. *It is hard to get parking near the law school at certain times of the day, especially in the morning even after 8am. This is particulary true, at the beginning of the semester."
Ariana Tanoos
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2015
  • Degree: Law
"The school is great with first year students, but I feel like the teachers could do better for the upperclass. Parking and traffic is always awful. Scholarship support is great and there's lots of programming to support 1Ls. More scholarships for continuing students would be great, especially those not from the area to offset the cost of living in a major city."
Scott Oliver
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2015
  • Degree: Law
"The Indiana University Ribert H. McKinney School of Law is a fantastic school with countless opportunities for professional growth in the legal field. It has some of the most prominent legal alumni in the nation and provides students with unparalleled networking opportunities across the country."
Allyson Kage
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2015
  • Degree: Law
"I am in my third year at McKinney and am very glad I decided to attend law school in Indianapolis. The location of the law school allows me to network with attorneys and work during school. McKinney provides its students with a challenging curriculum and the tools to succeed."
Christian Skordos
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2015
  • Degree: Law
"Good value and good networking with state government so close. Career support almost nonexistent. Strong social life but little cost of living value or sense of safety."
Cassie Andrews
  • Reviewed: 9/30/2015
  • Degree: Psychology
"Competitiveness in this program could be seen either as a pro or a con. Getting in is considered to be an achievement that will get you on a path to a successful graduate career. As for pros, I believe IUPUI campus is very safe and friendly. My professors have been very involved and caring. The program is very focused on research, internships, and experiences not just book learning. The cons are that the professors are very busy and can be hard to get ahold of."
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 9/29/2015
  • Degree: Nursing
"Professors beyond mediocre and we're largely uncaring. Masters program for family nurse practitioners was extremely unorganized and inadequate in its teachings and curriculum. Attending was a waste of time as more was obtained through self study and clinicals taught by/working with a non-faculty medical provider, than through their instruction."