Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne (IPFW) is a regional university campus located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. As a joint campus of Indiana University and Purdue University, IPFW offers undergraduate and graduate degrees from both universities among its 175 academic programs.
|Motto: One University. Two Great Names.
||Michael A. Wartell
Fort Wayne, Indiana
||565 acres (2.3 km²)
In 1917, Indiana University started offering courses in Fort Wayne to 142 students in 12 courses. At a separate location, Purdue started the Purdue University Center in 1947. The two campuses merged in 1964 and opened a joint location, the present campus, in northeast Fort Wayne on the banks of the St. Joseph River.
Schools and Divisions
- Arts and Sciences
- Business and Management Sciences
- Continuing Studies
- Engineering, Technology and Computer Science
- Health Sciences
- Labor Studies
- Organizational Leadership and Supervision
- Public and Environmental Affairs
- Visual and Performing Arts
With the Mastodon as their mascot, IPFW athletes compete as a NCAA Division IA school in the Mid-American Conference in tennis and the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. Otherwise, they do not have conference affiliation.
Last updated: 05-15-2005 13:40:22