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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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Former CDC epidemiologist joins UIndy Health Science faculty

The University of Indianapolis College of Health Sciences is pleased to announce the addition of Amie Wojtyna, PhD, MSBS, MPH to the teaching faculty of the university’s Community Health Education undergraduate program and the new Master of Public Health program.   Wojtyna earned her master’s in biochemistry and molecular biology with the intent to conduct

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McMorrow named interim director of UIndy’s new MPH program

Dr. Shannon McMorrow, assistant professor in the University of Indianapolis department of kinesiology, has been tapped to be the interim leader of the university's new, online Master of Public Health (MPH) program. McMorrow joined the UIndy faculty in August 2013. Prior to coming to the University of Indianapolis, she earned her MPH from San Jose

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Financial Aid at UIndy

All the talk and stories on the news about students who graduate from college with thousands of dollars in debt is enough to discourage some from even applying to their top choice schools. But figuring out how to pay for college doesn't have to be so overwhelming. Here is a quick rundown of what you

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Private Colleges in Indiana: Advertised Cost versus Actual Cost

It is no secret that the cost of a four-year college degree can be really expensive, and that the main difference between a public college and a private college usually lies in the cost of tuition. For these reasons, many students will dismiss the possibility of attending a private university. While the advertised cost of

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Real World Training in UIndy’s Teacher Ed. Programs

Although the University of Indianapolis is mostly known for its programs in the health sciences (Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Nursing), its Teacher Education programs are equally strong and effective in preparing students to enter the workplace. In fact, UIndy is one of very few colleges in Indiana that is accredited by the National Council

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Summer Reps: Bringing UIndy to a city near you!

If you are a rising senior, you are probably getting ready to fill out those college applications this fall. Choosing the list of schools you will be applying to is hard enough, since there are about 3,978 schools in the U.S.! There are also several factors to consider; a two-year college vs. a four-year college,

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UIndy Graduate Psychology Students Contribute to Police Training

When new recruits start their training at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in Plainfield, Indiana, the trainees may have some University of Indianapolis School of Psychological Sciences doctoral students to thank for part of their curriculum. Students in Professor David Wantz’s Psychological Consultation and Education class spent a semester reviewing training material at the Academy

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CSM 2012, Chicago, IL: Faculty Perspective

As I boarded the Megabus in downtown Indianapolis and headed to Chicago to attend the 2012 Combined Sections Meeting (CSM), I reminisced that this time last year, the Blizzard of 2011 hit Chicago and left many people and cars abandoned and stranded on Lake Shore Drive.  I was sure hoping the weather would be mild

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Is your New Year’s Resolution to be financially fit?

Happy New Year from the University of Indianapolis’ Office of Financial Aid! Do you have your list of New Year’s resolutions all wrapped up for 2011 or are you still pondering your life improvements for this year? If you are still compiling your list think about adding "Spending some time researching UIndy’s Cash Course website" to

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Is saying yes to loans enough?

So, it is officially fall … the season and the start of the new 2010-2011 academic year here on the University of Indianapolis campus.  You may still be getting used to Indianapolis culture as well as UIndy campus life, but you feel like you are forgetting something.  Let’s see … you hustled to get all of your financial aid

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Graduation, May 1, 2010

As finals week at UIndy comes to a close, Graduation is sure to follow. The University of Indianapolis undergraduate commencement ceremony will take place May 1, 2010 at 2 p.m. featuring guest speaker and legendary Hoosier journalist Jane Pauley.  Pauley, an NBC anchorwoman for both the Today Show and Dateline, was a graduate of Warren

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End of the Semester Concerts

As the school year nears its completion, UIndy music students and staff gear up for a multitude of end-of-the-semester performances in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center.  The rich diversity of music being showcased ranges in continent, culture, and stylings. Starting Monday April 12, the season finale of UIndy’s esteemed Faculty Artist Series will be presented

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Combined Sections Meeting: DPT Student Perspective

Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy AssociationCSM as an elected member of the Student Assembly Board of Directors (SABoD) was one of the best experiences I have ever had.  I can’t remember the last occasion that I was so busy but having so much fun at the same time.  Most of the conference

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University of Indianapolis MBA Open House in April !

The University Of Indianapolis invites you to learn more about our MBA program at one of the following open houses: April 14 , Wednesday, at The Valle Vista Country Club in Greenwood, INApril 15, Thursday , at The Marriott in Castleton, IN Registration begins at 5:30 pm for both events!RSVP on our website. at  http://www.mba.uindy.edu

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Welcome to the University of Indianapolis School of Education Graduate Programs: Introduction to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program

According to the National Education Association, an historic change is taking place in America.  While K-12 student enrollments are growing, the pool of qualified teachers is shrinking as nearly one million of them approach retirement.  Other experts report as many as two million new teachers are needed over the next decade to keep pace with

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Indiana’s list of “Hot Jobs”

State’s list of ‘hot jobs’ includes UIndy specialties The Indiana Department of Workforce Development has released its annual “Hoosier Hot 50 Jobs” ranking, and as in previous years, several careers on the list correspond with the University of Indianapolis’ flagship academic programs in health care and education. Physical therapists are No. 5 on the list,

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The Facts About Financial Aid in Today’s Economy

Clearly the economy is affecting all of the financial decisions that we make and you may be concerned about how you will pay for college or acquire Indiana college financial aid. Here are some facts that may help you put the financial aid and college financing issues in perspective. 1. More than $60 million in

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Indiana Scholarships and Grants for Undergraduates

If you’re looking for financial aid in Indiana, you may be eligible for some of the scholarships and grants that are offered at the University of Indianapolis. The Frank O’Bannon Grant (formerly the Indiana Higher Education Award) and Freedom of Choice Grant offers assistance to eligible full-time Indiana resident students attending public, proprietary, or private

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Indy Mayor Ballard to speak Oct. 23

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will speak at the University of Indianapolis at noon Thursday in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center’s Ruth Lilly Performance Hall. Mayor Ballard will share his vision for the city and his views on leadership with students, faculty and staff. A Q-and-A session will follow. The event is hosted by UIndy’s

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