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  • Undergrad student taking Latino high school students on a lab tour
  • Student competing in science games wearing a lab coat and goggles
  • Students at Science visit day

Visit IUPUI School of Science

Engage with dynamic explorers and scholars like yourself—some who study, some who teach.

See our urban research environment and meet world-class faculty engaged in cutting edge and translational research. From IUPUI JagDays, Science group visits to Science labs and campus visits - come see why the IUPUI School of Science awards some of the best science degrees in the country.

Science visit days

  • Fall JagDays

    Sept 20 | Oct 11 | Oct 24 | Nov 6 | Nov 30

    Meet with current students and faculty doing diverse research. Then, enjoy lunch on campus followed by a tour of academic and housing facilities.

  • Spring JagDays

    March 5 | March 21 | Apr 3 | Apr 18 | Apr 26

    Meet with current students and faculty doing diverse research. Then, enjoy lunch on campus followed by a tour of academic and housing facilities.

  • Fall Fest

    Oct 6 | Oct 13 | Oct 20 | Nov 3

    Discover what IUPUI and the School of Science have to offer, including opportunities to tour campus, meet with admissions, learn about financial aid and more.

  • Decision Days

    March 23 | March 30

    You'll be able to sign up for orientation and meet with your academic unit. Spend the afternoon with the School of Science to learn about what life is like as a science student.

  • Destination IUPUI

    April 6 | April 20

    High school juniors will learn about the admissions process at IUPUI, meeting with academic units and student service organizations, take a tour, grab a bit to eat and more.

  • Science visit days Science student Nicole Lindsay leading a career day for Latino high school students

    Career day for Latino high school students

    April 27

    Explore careers available with a science degree and connect with science students, faculty and alumni to help you figure out the next steps to achieving your goals.

DID YOU KNOW?


Science grads earn $15,500 more on average than non-science grads.

Science, campus and housing tours