University of Indianapolis
Since opening our doors in 1902, The University of Indianapolis has been building a culture of connectedness with a unique emphasis on giving back through service-learning and volunteer work. As an academic ecosystem interconnected with the city of Indianapolis, here, students are surrounded with myriad opportunities, including internships, experiential learning, museums, music, culture, service, and more ways to grow and emerge greater.
Indianapolis offers 109 undergraduate degree programs, 37 master's degree programs, and six doctoral programs. It offers the perfect setting for the students to meet the future. The students will be part of a diverse community of students working closely with caring faculty who want to help students answer the big questions and discover student?s passions. The university offers programs for all levels, from undergraduate to doctoral.
The main campus of the University is located on approximately 65 acres and consists of ten administrative and classroom buildings, seven residence halls, Greyhound Village Apartments and University Lofts, and the president?s home. A wooded park and picnic area and an extensive recreational complex for intercollegiate and intramural athletics add to the attractiveness and utility of the campus.
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