Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) College Readiness Initiative (grades 9-12). Includes a partnership with Lumina Foundation for Education. CICF is committed to granting at least $600,000 per year to create a more robust and comprehensive system of after school, weekend, and summer programs to help high school students access college and be ready to succeed. These programs are community-based and run by local not-for-profits.
- The Passport Program (grades 13-14) strives to increase course and degree articulations between institutions, maintains advising offices at both campuses, offers cooperative student services, and facilitates shared access to student records.
- The Partners Program (grades 13-14) gives students the opportunity to strengthen their academic preparation at Ivy Tech before attending IUPUI. Students in the Partners Program have their admission to IUPUI deferred until they complete studies at Ivy Tech.
Nina Scholars (grades 9-12, 13-14, and beyond 14). A partnership of Nina Mason Pulliam Trust, IUPUI, Ivy Tech, Arizona State University, and Maricopa Community Colleges. This scholarship program provides educational opportunities for individuals who would not normally receive traditional academic scholarships and whose personal commitments and financial circumstances would preclude their attendance without substantial, long-term scholarship support. The program provides full tuition, books, fees, and a $2,750 living allowance. The program also provides each student with an academic advisor as well as a student mentor.
IUPUI and WESCO Partnership (grades 9-12). This partnership is in conjunction with other neighborhood associations and churches, and serves to encourage attending college.
IUPUI and George Washington Community School Partnership (grades 9-12). For eight years, GWCS has collaborated with IUPUI in a multifaceted partnership that involves promoting the community school model in order to enhance experiences and outcomes for families and community members. Many IUPUI faculty and students are actively involved in classrooms, after school programs, and area community centers, along with many other community programs. The presence of a thriving neighborhood school led to economic revitalization of the West Washington Street Corridor. This success story was one result of the ongoing work of the Westside Education Taskforce, collaboration between IUPUI and IPS staff and the superintendent to improve educational opportunities in WESCO.
IUPUI and Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet Partnership (grades 9-12). Crispus Attucks High School faculty work with faculty from the Schools of Education, Medicine, and Informatics at IUPUI (and a number of departments across campus), on developing curricula, engaging students in inquiry-based learning, and creating ongoing learning opportunities for the entire Crispus Attucks community. Upon graduation, students are prepared to excel in college as they study for careers as medical professionals.
Engineering Dual Degree Program (EDDP) (grades 13-14 and beyond 14).
EDDP is a partnership between Butler University and the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indianapolis. The EDDP allows students to study at Butler University which is known for its quality science, humanities, social science, fine arts, and professional programs and also have access to ABET accredited engineering programs at the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indianapolis.
Completion of this program results in two degrees from both institutions. This program is not a 3-2 program where students are expected to transfer after three years to an engineering school to complete their studies. The EDDP has a curriculum that integrates engineering, science, mathematics, computer science, social sciences, humanities, and fine arts courses and allows residence at Butler University for the duration of the program. Contact Jessica McCormick (firstname.lastname@example.org) , Academic Coordinator, Jordan Hall, Room 247, 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46208, (317)940-9021
Consortium for Urban Education (CUE): (grades 13-14 and beyond 14). IUPUI is a member of the Consortium for Urban Education (CUE) in the Indianapolis area. By special arrangement among the member institutions, students are given the opportunity to enroll in courses at other CUE institutions which are not available at their Home institution. Cross registration enables students to enhance their degree programs by taking a course at another CUE institution and receive credit at their Home institution upon successful completion of the course. Contact Carol Beach in the Office of the Registrar, Campus Center, suite 250. Her phone number is (317) 274-1523 and her e-mail is email@example.com.
Project Lead The Way (grades 9-12). Articulation agreements w/ high schools and PLTW Days on Campus (last year, we had 450+ high school students participate). IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology.
Articulation agreements (grades 13-14 and beyond 14). Articulation agreements in several IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology programs with Ivy Tech, Vincennes, and international partners.
Transportation Summer Camp (grades 4-8 and 9-12). Transportation Summer Camp, funded by the Indiana Department of Transportation, for middle and high school students. IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology.