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New beginnings with UIndy: Rene Repar

Rene Repar was terrified before she started attending the School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis. She went through a divorce after 23 years of marriage and had been away from the workforce and school for much of that time. Rather than continue to be paralyzed by the uncertainty of her new situation, Rene reached

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Jody earned her college degree with five kids at home

You might relate to Jody Miles—her life can get pretty crazy at times. She has five kids at home and a job as an executive assistant at Eli Lilly, so it’s fair to say she is on call 24/7. But when she felt the call to finish her degree, Jody didn’t back down from the

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From the military to a college degree with the University of Indianapolis

Lesley Hopson didn’t grow up expecting to attend college. The Indianapolis native was one in a family of 11 and experienced severe poverty growing up. In order to secure her future, Lesley joined the Army immediately after high school. Lesley was initially placed in human resources, a field she greatly enjoyed. But to advance her military

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UIndy success: Anthony went back to school and got his dream job

“I can tell you that ever since I was a child, I have dreamed of working for a particular Indianapolis company,” Anthony Davidson starts. As he rode past the Eli Lilly Headquarters, Anthony would wonder what goes on in that fixture of the Indianapolis skyline. To find out, he would need a degree. And like

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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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Announcing Information Night at UIndy

You are invited!  Monday, April 14, 2014 is the next Undergraduate Information Night in the School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis. Join us at 5:30 pm in Esch Hall room 103.  If you are thinking about returning to school to complete a degree, don't miss this informative evening. The Dean, Academic, Admissions and

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New Undergraduate Major at UIndy

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis is offering new educational programs in Emergency and Disaster Management. Students can earn an Associate degree, a Bachelor degree, or a certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management. Emergency and Disaster Management is a field of study and research that focuses on the planning and directing

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Take the First Step to Return to School

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis invites you to an Information Night for the undergraduate programs in Liberal Studies, Organizational Leadership, and Emergency and Disaster Management. This informal session will give you the information you need to make a decision about earning a degree.  You will meet the Dean, Academic and

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Begin Classes in February

The winter term began this week at the University of Indianapolis.  The start of a semester is always an exciting time as students return to class.  Were you thinking of starting classes this winter and think you waited too long?  Well, it's not too late to start this winter. In the School for Adult Learning classes begin

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New Year.. New Goals… New Degree

It's that time of year…do you set resolutions at the beginning of each year, but do nothing to reach the goals?  If your goal is a better paying job, then make your first step a college degree.  The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis will help you reach this goal.  Our accelerated bachelor degree program for students 24

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UIndy Presenting Free Seminar for Displaced Healthcare Professionals

In the wake of major layoffs by local hospital systems, the University of Indianapolis will host a free seminar to help displaced nurses and healthcare professionals gain traction in the job market. “ "Reinventing Yourself: A Personal Transformation for Healthcare Workers” is scheduled from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Jan. 11 in UIndy Hall A of

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Why Choose UIndy’s School for Adult Learning….

Did you know that the School for Adult Learning (SAL)  at the University of Indianapolis has been helping non-traditional adult students earn a college degree since 1998.  Since then, thousands of students took the first step to complete a degree.  We think our students say it best when they tell us why they chose the SAL program: 

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5 Reasons Adults Say “Yes” to School

Returning to school is a big decision for adults.  Taking that first step to meet with an admissions counselor is difficult.  Returning to school pushes adults out of their comfort zone. So, why are adult students returning to school in record numbers?  Here are the top 5 reasons for adults to return to school: 1)

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Take the First Step to a College Degree

Information Night Program Thursday, November 7, 2013 University of Indianapolis School for Adult Learning Esch Hall Room 103 5:30-7:00 p.m. Do you want to find a better job or complete a life goal?  Are you ready to take the first step to a college degree? The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis

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Graduate Information Night at UIndy

  Come to the University of Indianapolis School for Adult Learning  on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 5:30 pm. to learn more about the accelerated master’s degree in Strategic Leadership and Design. This program is designed for today’s leaders, managers, and supervisors and allows busy working adults an opportunity to complete a graduate degree in

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School is Starting…You’re Not Too Late

You wanted to begin classes this fall, but missed the start of classes in August.  Great news…It's not too late to begin the accelerated degree program in the School for Adult Learning (SAL) at the University of Indianapolis.  SAL classes begin every five weeks.  The next session will begin the week of September 29th.  You'll earn

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Add a Leadership Certificate Program to Your Resume

The University of Indianapolis will offer an Organizational Leadership Certificate Program beginning October 1, 2013,  in Hendricks County. This 24 hour certificate program will serve you well as you pursue your life and career goals.  The classes will give you a solid foundation in leadership. If you are an experienced leader or moving up in

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Announcing Graduate Certificate in Project Management

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis is partnering with UIndy's Center on Aging and Community to present the Graduate Certificate in Project Management for Human Services Professionals. By completing this certificate, you will be equipped to effectively plan, monitor and execute projects. You will gain practical project management skills that can immediately

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Women in Leadership… Professional Development Series

LInda Rendleman, CEO/Co-Founder of Women Like Us Foundation, and the Institute for Leadership and Professional Development (IPLD) at the University of Indianapolis announce a five-week series, Women in Leadership…Professional Development Series, which will begin Friday, September 20th through Friday October 18, 2013. This dynamic program will be held in the Trustees Dining Room, Schwitzer Student Center, on

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Indianapolis Ranks #1 Best City for College Grads

On June 1, 2013 the Indianapolis Star announced  that Indianapolis is now "the No.1 spot in a new ranking of the best cities for college grads." The Star quoted information from CreditDonkey, a credit card comparison website which used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistic, US Census Bureau and Council for Community and Economic

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