Campus Consortium


Columbus, IN

A growing, dynamic campus Indiana University Purdue University – Columbus (IUPUC) serves 2,300 students and employs 271 full-time faculty and staff, adjunct faculty and part-time staff. Students at IUPUC are mainly from Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, Johnson, Ripley, and Shelby counties, although other counties are also represented in the student population. IUPUC has a growing international student population due to the presence of international and global industry in the region. It has also begun to attract students from outside the state of Indiana. IUPUC’s student population includes a mix of traditional and nontraditional students. With an average class size of 17.8 students, IUPUC offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including business, communication studies, elementary education, English, general studies, mechanical engineering, nursing, psychology, and sociology.

Campus Liason: Bailey Moss

Coordinator of Leadership and Community Service

Bailey works directly with campus clubs and organizations and considers herself a facilitator of progress by organizing and assisting with educational and inspirational events, such as the Annual Leadership Conference for students. She also organizes student-reward events, such as the Student Leadership Banquet and is the coordinator of community services at IUPUC. Essentially, Bailey maintains an open line of communication between IUPUC and community needs.