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The campus, established on land purchased with locally raised funds, opened in 1975.
IU and Purdue University established the combined campus of IPFW in 1964.
Founded in 1945, when IU established an extension center at the former Kokomo Junior College.
In 1963, IU reorganized two area extension centers to create the IU Northwest campus.
Although classes began in the area in 1916, the campus itself was established in 1961.
Founded in Jeffersonville in 1945, the campus relocated to New Albany in 1973.
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