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Find Your Fit

Whatever your interests may be, the University of Indianapolis offers many ways to find your fit. meet new friends, network with potential employers and get involved outside the classroom.

Equity & inclusion ambassador program

The Office of Equity & Inclusion (OEI) Ambassador Program is a leadership opportunity focused on intercultural engagement, social justice and constructive activism. The Ambassadors host a series of “open mic” forums on campus to facilitate conversations about current issues.

“I like being involved because it brings together students of different backgrounds who are committed to advancing  equity and inclusion on campus.” – Larry Haynes

“This program is important to UIndy to witness a shift in awareness of racism,  sexism, ableism, ageism, classism, anti-Semitism and heterosexism. Acceptance is  a major theme in the work we do.” – Jennifer Reeder

“Our group consists of people from all walks of life. I am from India and I also happen to have blindness, which can make life interesting. We often talk about what causes all of us to make judgments about people without getting to know them first.” – Leekshika Pinnamneni


De-stress, exercise and form new connections by joining an intramural team. There are 18 intramural sports on campus, including the new co-ed ice hockey team. The season runs from September to February and features fun events like a Valentine’s Day Skate and Midnight Madness.

“I absolutely love the camaraderie between our coaches and players. It’s one of the best team environments I’ve ever seen,” says Kevin Mason, graduate assistant and founder of the ice hockey team

Find Your Edge

Professional Edge hosts freshman networking event that included some UIndy alumni and freshmen from other schools (Wabash College had 16 students there) in the Health Pavilion on Thursday, September 7, 2017. (Photo: D. Todd Moore, University of Indianapolis)

Professional Edge hosts freshman networking event that included some UIndy alumni and freshmen from other schools.

The Professional Edge Center provides valuable resources to help you excel in life after college. The Center hosts events throughout the academic year focused on developing interpersonal skills, networking with business professionals and setting you up for success  (even if you haven’t figured out a major yet).

“The Professional Edge Center has helped me develop more professionalism, Handshake (the University’s student employment portal), internships and how to develop myself from a professional standpoint.” – Emily Klei, Business Administration & Management major in the School of Business.

Student Organizations

img-2932The University is home to more than 60 student organizations. That number continues to grow each year, so you can pursue an existing passion or find new activities that spark your interest. More than 100 students are involved with College Mentors for Kids, motivating their “little buddies” through weekly activities that change attitudes and transform lives. President Grace Kinsey says her favorite thing is “when the little buddies get off the bus for the activity. They are always all smiles and run to their mentor with so much excitement!”