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Students mean business

The University of Indianapolis prides itself on producing students who are prepared to meet the challenges they’ll face once they enter the workforce. Several groups are at the forefront of UIndy’s effort to ...

Making history accessible

‘It also has helped me prove that the sports strategy should be studied and examined in a new way’ For UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership and Mayoral Archives’ digitization project—the first major ...

Working the opportunities

‘I am speaking from experience when I say that these internships are within clicks away from you ’ Daventry Burroughs, who graduated in December, took advantage of the many opportunities UIndy offers its ...

Preparation pays

When Sarah Stierwalt was a sophomore, she decided she would go to medical school after her four years at UIndy. That meant she had to make some adjustments to her academic path. “Adding a major and changing my ...

As you prepare for your future we’ve got your back

‘We are here to make sure that students are confident in their major, and we’re here to help those who are still exploring’ This is a time when you have a lot of decisions to make. You have to decide where ...

Mass Ave.

Ten minutes from UIndy is an artsy district in the heart of the city that’s unlike any other. The Massachusetts Avenue cultural district is rich in art, architecture, food, and shopping—and it’s well known ...

On pace for a career

Michael Bradley came to the University of Indianapolis on a scholarship to play tennis and pursue a degree in sports management. When he learned through one of his classes last semester that there were internships ...

Your passport to understanding

You’ve probably noticed by now: not all education at UIndy takes place inside of a classroom. And if you take one of Terrence Harewood’s Spring Term classes, you might find yourself learning in Cuba or Barbados, ...

Student voice

Leading the way Whether she’s representing the student body at the president’s inauguration, contributing on various committees, or running Indianapolis Student Government meetings, DyNishia Miller, student body ...

By the book

Treasure was a pleasure Who says Honors projects can’t be fun? Jenn Meadows and recent grad Emily Seaton opted for the academic challenge of Honors College to graduate with distinction, which requires a final ...