Inside Scoop
Welcome to the Future of Campus Life

Contemporary student lofts, new restaurants, and a rapid-transit bus line that will link the University to the city’s arts, culture, and entertainment

University Lofts will be home to 300  students on the north side of campus and right in the heart of some exciting new developments in the UIndy neighborhood. 

These are just a few of the exciting things happening on campus. The University is also completing significant renovations of historic buildings and adding new academic buildings. All of these improvements will enhance your learning experience by expanding student housing optons and creating newer, larger class and lab spaces. 

Upperclassmen have already started reserving their spots at University Lofts, a brand new housing complex that will be complete in January 2019. And it’s no wonder – this is not your typical residence hall by any stretch of the imagination. Featuring spacious rooms with lots of amenities, this is an upscale facility that completely redefines what it means to live on campus.

This growth is also happening for two academic schools at UIndy. The University has recently purchased two buildings that will be converted into classrooms and labs, and will soon house the R.B. Annis School of Engineering and the Department of Art & Design. That means more classrooms, additional parking, and a new student community space on campus. When construction is complete, the Art and Engineering departments will both move into larger spaces that will provide opportunities to further collaborate on creative and innovative projects. 

UIndy’s growth and development is not limited to the boundaries of campus. It’s having a positive impact on the surrounding community, as well. In 2019, you’ll have the opportunity to be more fully connected to the city of Indianapolis via the Red Line – a rapid-transit electric bus service that will link the UIndy campus to Downtown Indianapolis and dozens of other destinations, all teeming with arts, culture, and entertainment.

All of this progress is contributing to a true neighborhood renaissance as UIndy continues to improve your student experience and set the bar for campus life.

Construction is underway for the Red Line rapid-transit bus service that will connect UIndy to Fountain Square, Downtown,
Broad Ripple, and everything in between.


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