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Indiana University East


about IUE's undergraduate degree
3 negative, 4 positive.
“Came to IUE after having problems with previous University that underwent major changes during time there. I am enrolled in online courses only. Some ...”
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University East is a regional campus of Indiana University, serving residents of
east-central Indiana and west-central Ohio seeking baccalaureate degrees, selected
associate and graduate degrees, and opportunities for life-long learning. Indiana
University East focuses on student success by challenging students to grow intellectually
and interpersonally in a supportive and scholarly environment. Indiana University East is
committed to achieving the goal of the full diversity of the region it serves among its students, faculty and staff and to creating an environment which supports that diversity.
Through its commitment to student success and the wise use of its human and other
resources, Indiana University East promotes the economic development and the
educational and cultural well-being of the communities we serve. (Approved by East
Faculty Senate 12/7/2004)

IUE Average Job Salaries

$50,000Starting Salary
$20,00010 Year Salary
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IUE Address

General info:(765) 973-8200
Financial aid office:(765) 973-8206
Admissions office:(765) 973-8208
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