Over the last four decades, the regional campuses of Indiana University have made vital contributions to their regions and to the state of Indiana. They have become part of the fabric of their communities and regions, and they have become part of the fabric of Indiana University.
The regional campuses enroll about one-third of all IU students. They provide an excellent education to 40,000 students a year, the vast majority of whom are Hoosiers, and many of whom are non-traditional or first-generation students. The regional campuses provide an education that is innovative, flexible, and accessible to a wide range of qualified learners.
President McRobbie has said, "Our regional campuses, all of which have seen their enrollments increase to record levels in recent years, serve as invaluable economic and community development catalysts in their regions and are playing a key role in helping the state achieve its goal of dramatically increasing the number of Indiana residents with college degrees."
The chancellors of IU’s regional campuses have a tremendous impact, not only on the operation of the campus they serve, but also on the character of Indiana Universitytheir regions more broadly.IU’s regional campus chancellors report to the Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs.
The link to each campus' website is below: