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Pre-professional tracks in the medical and health fields

Students planning to pursue a graduate degree in medical or health science fields should seek a university that offers flexible programming with multiple degree paths, personal attention, and support to prepare for the rigorous graduate admissions process.  The University of Indianapolis faculty and staff are experts on helping students find their academic passion and a

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Personal attention throughout the admissions process

The University of Indianapolis prides itself on the level of personal attention it is able to provide students to meet their academic goals. The Office of Admissions is committed to serving you from the first time you step on campus. Here is how we can serve you: One-on-one appointments with your own admissions counselor when you

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ACT & SAT testing advice

The ACT and SAT exams are important pieces to your college application.  It is important that you perform your best on these tests as they may help determine your admission to a university and the scholarships you receive. The University of Indianapolis will accept either the ACT or SAT and super score your results. Before the

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UIndy launches new engineering programs

UIndy now offers two new degrees in the exciting and fast-growing fields of Software Engineering and Industrial & Systems Engineering. UIndy is the only school in the Indianapolis area to offer these unique and innovative engineering programs, which will provide you with authentic design opportunities invigorated by a vast general education core that develops well-rounded

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The Path to UIndy

The path to college and applying for admission does not have to be confusing. At the University of Indianapolis we are here to help you better understand the admissions process to make it as easy as possible. UIndy emphasizes personal attention, so you will have your own admissions counselor to help guide you on your way.

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Unique scholarships to help you pay for college

Finding scholarships to apply for can be difficult. Check out these unique scholarships to see what you can receive! Create-A-Greeting Card Create and design your own original greeting/holiday/birthday card for a chance to win a $10,000 dollar scholarship. Niche “No Essay” Scholarship Possibly the easiest scholarship out there; enter your name into the monthly drawing

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What I wish I knew before I went to college.

            1. Everyone is in the same position as you. Many of your fellow freshmen have the same thoughts, feelings, and worries as you. Most will be away from home for the first time and will not know anyone else on campus. 2. Learn how to deal with roommates. Sharing

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College Prep Timeline

Wherever you are on your path to higher education, this college prep timeline can help you figure out which steps you need to take to successfully transition to college. 9th Grade Explore Academic and Career Interests: Pay attention to what classes you like and dislike, talk to college graduates about what they went to school

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Making the Final College Decision

Congratulations! You’ve been accepted into several schools of your choice. Now what? Picking one college over another can be a difficult task and is often the largest decision high school students make. There are a few things you can do to make the decision process easier. If you haven’t already, visit the campuses. If you

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Tips on Picking the Right Major

Your area of study while in college can have a big impact on your life outside of the classroom; the people you meet, the jobs available to you, and your options for graduate school are all affected by what you study in college. There are a number of things you can do to make sure

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Common Financial Aid Questions Answered

Choosing the right school is important, and so is planning how to pay for it. At UIndy, nine out of 10 students receive some form of financial aid. We know that making your way through the maze of scholarships, grants, loans and other funding can be confusing. Our Office of Financial Aid will help you understand the

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Community Health Education graduate provides for underserved areas

Written by Michelle Kruse ’14 After graduating from the University of Indianapolis in the community health education program, I started working for a non-profit organization called Sante Haiti. This organization sends physicians, nurses, and non-medical personnel to Haiti once a year to treat patients with chronic and infectious diseases. With my bachelor’s, I was hired

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Top Ten Tips for ACT & SAT Test Taking

The ACT and SAT are important pieces to your college application.  It is important that you perform your best on these tests as they may help determine your admission to a university and the scholarships you receive.  The University of Indianapolis will accept either ACT or SAT scores. 1.  Have a plan. Know which test

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Transferring to the University of Indianapolis

Dear Future UIndy Transfer Student,   I am very excited you are considering the University of Indianapolis to continue your education.  As the Transfer Admissions Coordinator I am more than  happy to answer any questions you have regarding the transfer process.  I can give you information about the university, how your credits will transfer, and

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Indians College Night Recap

Written by Josh Baker, University of Indianapolis Sport Management major – See more at: http://blog.uindy.edu/blog/sport-management#sthash.7Iyc2V50.dpuf Written by Niki Lobo, University of Indianapolis Sport Management major Students in the University of Indianapolis Administration of Athletics class (KINS 340) were able to catch a first-hand look of what it was like to work with the Indianapolis Indians. The

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Pulitzer Prize & Grammy-Winning Composer Visiting UIndy

The arts in Indianapolis continue to grow in prestige with the visit of acclaimed composer William Bolcom to the University of Indianapolis. Bolcom, accompanied by his wife & mezzo-soprano Joan Morris, will enter into a three-day composer-in-residency at the southside university on October 25. The visit will include multiple performances freaturing works by Bolcom, as

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University Dorm Featuring Solar Water Heating

The University of Indianapolis is deeply passionate about its namesake city, and focuses many of its campus intitatives on community service. While being environmentally-friendly isn’t necessarily a community service function, it definitely falls in line with UIndy’s efforts to improve the quality of Indianapolis. That’s why the school’s newest dorm, Roberts Hall, will feature solar

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Nationally Ranked Nurse-Midwifery Program Receives New Accreditation

  The Univeristy of Indianapolis School of Nursing is consistenly considered among the top Indiana nursing  schools. The school has recently added a new accreditation to its graduate degrees, with its master's degree program in Nurse-Midwifery earning a 10-year renewal of its initial approval from the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education.  Learn more about the

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Alums Develop Program to Make Classroom Experience Better for All

Two University of Indianapolis young alumni are launching a business aimed at making teaching more engaging for students and reporting/tracking easier for teachers. Ben Bertoli and Courtny Cotten, in partnership with UIndy adjunct instructor David Mathew, have created ClassRealm, a video game conceptualized for Bertoli's sixth-grade class. Learn more about the program and how the

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2012 Super Bowl Practice Turf Ready for New Home

The practice turf for the 2012 Super Bowl Champions, the New York Giants, is on its way out of the University of Indianapolis. To find out where it's headed, check out UIndy News.