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IUPUI Graduate Office

The IUPUI Graduate Office is an office of the Indiana University Graduate School and serves as the administrative center for all graduate and graduate/ professional programs on the Indianapolis campus. Although no graduate degrees are granted by IUPUI itself, more than 8,000 students pursue one of over 250 graduate-level certificates and degrees offered on the IUPUI campus by the Indiana University Graduate School, the Purdue University Graduate School, and individual schools at IUPUI.

As the locus of graduate administrative activity, the IUPUI Graduate Office processes applications for all graduate professional programs and reviews the formats of theses and dissertations for the graduate schools of both IU and PU, and confers both Indiana University and Purdue University Graduate school degrees. The office provides staff support for all graduate administrative committees, including the Graduate Affairs Committee, the Graduate Recruitment Council, the Graduate Curriculum Committee, and the Graduate Fellowship Committee.

The Graduate Office also sponsors student organizations (e.g., the Underrepresented Professional and Graduate Student Organization UPnGO), counsels post baccalaureate and prospective students, conducts workshops, and directly recruits locally, regionally, and nationally for graduate and professional programs at IUPUI. The IUPUI Graduate Office also connects IUPUI to a wider graduate community through organizations such as the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS), and the Midwest Association of Graduate Schools (MAGS). Perhaps most importantly, the IUPUI Graduate Office is the answer center for a wide range of questions pertaining to graduate study, graduate programs, and graduate student life. In addition, the IUPUI Graduate Office supports other offices in providing information and documents for general inquiries.

Last Updated: April, 2018.