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Five easy steps to becoming a Greyhound

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 and every prospective student has their own admissions counselor to help guide them on their way. 

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UIndy Grad Student Forum Hosted Family of Henrietta Lacks

The University of Indianapolis Graduate Programs hosted the first-ever Interprofessional Graduate Student Forum  on Thursday, September 4, 2014. Students and faculty from several of the university’s three  dozen graduate programs — including physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychology, public health, applied sociology and gerontology — attended the event to learn about the legacy of Henrietta Lacks,

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End of Life Issues Is Topic for 1.5 Credit Online Course

The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community will offer an online graduate course in end of life issues during the Fall 2014 semester. Students not enrolled in a degree program through CAC may take this course as a guest student (fees still apply). UIndy undergraduate students who are at Junior or Senior level

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CAC to offer course in home modification assessment

During the Fall 2014 semester, the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community will offer "Home Sweet Home: Home Modification Assessment," a course designed to provide human service and housing professionals with the knowledge and skills to conduct a performance-based assessment of a person's health, capabilities and home characteristics. Based on the results of

Read the full article… Features Dr. Diacin

  Dr. Michael Diacin is the "Featured Professor on, an online database of sports degree programs. Dr. Diacin is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and the Program Coordinator for the Master of Science in Sport Management degree at the University of Indianapolis. His areas of expertise include sport facility operations and management, sociocultural foundations

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  Dr. Michael Diacin was recently chosen to be the "Featured Professor" on, an online database of sports degree programs. Dr. Diacin is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and the Program Coordinator for the Master of Science in Sport Management degree at the University of Indianapolis. His research interests include parental involvement in youth

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School of Occupational Therapy awards first endowed scholarship

The University of Indianapolis College of Health Sciences is proud to announce the first endowed scholarship for the School of Occupational Therapy. Created as part of the 25th anniversary of the OT program, the School of Occupational Therapy Alumni Scholarship was made possible thanks to more than thirty OT alumni and faculty members, along with

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Discover the Arts at the University of Indianapolis

Whether you are an aspiring artist, musician, or thespian, you can rest assured that you will be able to find a place at the University of Indianapolis. Our Art, Music, and Theatre programs offer the same great commitment to personal attention as our other academic programs. Each program's small class sizes, curriculum that exposes students

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The 5 Benefits of Rolling Admissions & Applying to UIndy

Fall is here, and along with the colder weather and leaves changing, there are thousands of high school seniors who have started their college applications. While many schools will have deadlines in August, November, December, and January, there are some colleges that do not have deadlines for admission,and accept applications year round. The University of

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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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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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Outstanding Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology

Carrie (Kiszka) Brosmer is the 2011-2012 recipient of the School of Psychological Sciences “Outstanding Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology” award. The outstanding doctoral student award is presented to the graduating doctoral student with the highest cumulative grade point average.  During her time as a doctoral student at the University of Indianapolis, Carrie completed practica at

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Education to Employment

There is no dispute about how important an educated workforce is. An educated workforce makes a company more competitive. Many states are finding, after the latest recession, that workforce development is the single most important economic development issue. But what is the impact of education on your employability? A new study from Georgetown University's Center on

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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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DPT Student Perspective – Attending CSM, Professional Physical Therapy Conference

Pre-CSM Pediatrics Section Essay Contest – Winning Essay I originally became interested in pediatrics for a variety of reasons. Personally going through physical therapy to re-learn how to walk at age 5 (due to severe chicken pox infection and leg surgery) was just the beginning. Throughout my extensive work and volunteer opportunities with kids, I

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It’s the little things that count

It’s back to school in Indiana and no one is more excited about the start of the school year than the seniors of 2012. This is their year. Their year to shine and enjoy all the benefits of being a senior in their school system. It is also their year to buckle down and decide

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University of Indianapolis Educational Leadership (iLEAD) Program Newsletter

Follow this link to the University of Indianapolis educational leadership (iLEAD) program newsletter: Additional newsletters for our principal leadership program will be published four times in the coming year.  We’ll include news/updates about our masters degree in education, our graduates, and our students.  Our iLEAD graduate education program is a 5-semester hybrid curriculum preparing principals and instructional

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The 2010-2011 countdown draws near. Is your financial aid in order?

Do your educational goals include earning an associates, bachelors, or graduate degree from the University of Indianapolis (UIndy)?    Are you planning to attend UIndy in the upcoming 2010-2011 academic year?  If so, then financial planning is probably top on your list of priorities; (if not, it should be!)  Regardless of where you are at in your educational

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Arthur Accepted as Student Representative on ACOTE Committee

Paul Arthur, University of Indianapolis occupational therapy student, has been accepted as the student representative on the ACOTE Educational Standards Review Committee. The Selection Committee expressed confidence that Paul’s academic, experiential, and leadership qualifications will contribute to his ability to be a meaningful and productive member of the committee.

What documents are most important when applying for the master’s or doctoral program in psychology?

Unlike many schools that use a multiple regression form of application processing, the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Indianapolis considers every document in the application dossier to be of equal importance.  While high GRE scores are a good indicator of the potential for success in a demanding graduate program such as ours, you

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