Indiana University Kokomo is a public, 4-year institution established on a 51-acre campus in Howard County. As a branch campus of Indiana University, the college offers over 60 IU academic programs, which primarily award bachelor’s degrees. The college also offers Freshman Learning Communities, which involve paired courses with interdisciplinary learning objectives as well as mutual peers and faculty. Incoming students have the opportunity to enroll in the KEY Summer Institute, which is a free, one-week college preparation program with faculty mentoring and a field trip.
They have a great group of professors that are willing to help students succeed. The classes are small enough that your professor can really get to know each and every one of you. The adviser's keep you on track make sure that they see you frequently.
Erin from Kokomo, IN
It's a small campus. They have great professors. They have great parking.