Indiana University
Sample Gates on the Indiana University campus in fall. Photo by Margaux Farrell

The new university rankings from U.S. News and World Report were released this week, placing Indiana University–Bloomington at 76th among all national universities and 31st among public universities.

The campus’ national placement is three slots higher than it was in 2019, and IU also received high individual program rankings in two schools.

The Kelley School of Business ranked 11th overall among national universities, with its entrepreneurship program placing fourth nationally and its marketing program fifth. The computer science program through the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering was ranked 61st.

IU–Bloomington is also ranked 47th for veterans.

“Our continued strong enrollment this year, in the wake of COVID-19, is truly a testament to the quality of our faculty and staff, who continue to conduct research and work toward solutions to Indiana’s greatest challenges while preparing students for the real-life issues that are unfolding before us each day, in every imaginable field of study,” says Lauren Robel, IU–Bloomington provost and IU executive vice president. “While rankings cannot describe the nuances of everything we accomplish together as a campus, it is heartening to continue to be ranked among our nation’s very best public universities and to be recognized for our efforts to improve upon a campus environment that ensures student access and success.”

Read about the rankings of all IU campuses here.