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Unforgettable experience

UIndy graduate, Chase Stouder finished his internship for the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA), and accepted a full-time position with the IHSAA. The Administration of Athletics course taught by Michael Sipe led Stouder to the realization that he wanted to work in high school athletics. Sipe is a former High School Athletic Director, and

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First Week of Occupational Therapy Graduate School

My first week of OT school at the University of Indianapolis has been interesting to say the least. Moving from Ohio to Indiana does not seem like a big deal on paper, but the scenery is quite different.  I had to use my GPS to get to school for the first couple days until I

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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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First Kellogg Writers Series event tomorrow

UIndy’s Kellogg Writers Series features five writers this year. The first, Diane Glancy, is scheduled for tomorrow evening, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m. Glancy, a professor at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., has written a number of novels, books and collections of poetry, many of which focus on Native Americans. This year’s series also

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Occupational Performance Issues

Occupational Performance Issues and Predictors of Dysfunction in College Instrumentalists – UIndy professors and students publish recent research in Medical Problems of Performing Artists Music-related injuries among musicians, including younger musicians, have been well documented; however, minimal research has been completed with college-aged instrumentalists. The purpose of this research study was to describe the presence

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Information Open House Invitation

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis is preparing for our new academic year.  Fall classes are just around the corner, and we want you to be ready to begin.  On Thursday, August 7th the School for Adult Learning (SAL) is hosting an Information Open House from 5:00-6:45p.m. in our office, Esch Hall

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Is a Bachelor’s Degree the Answer to Unemployment?

Indiana’s unemployment rate is now 5.8%. On July 18th the Indianapolis Star quoted economist Michael Hicks, “Indiana’s rising unemployment reflects a decreaing national demand for goods.  Consumer spending declined because of the rise in gasoline prices.”  The Department of Labor reports that for workers with a bachelor’s degree the unemployment rate drops to 2.7%.  This report  goes

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It’s the Little Things

The School for Adult Learning (SAL) staff are often asked what makes their accelerated degree program unique. It’s the little things that we do that makes the difference.  Our office is open when our students come to campus to attend their evening class, and an advisor and financial aid representative are here in the evening.  We

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You’re Invited!

The School for Adult Learning (SAL) at the University of Indianapolis is hosting an Information Open House on Thursday, June 19th from 5:00-6:45 p.m. in our office, Esch Hall Room 103.  This is the perfect opportunity for you to learn about our accelerated degree program for adults, to meet with an advisor, and to gather

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No Time is the Perfect Time to Begin

‘No Time is the Perfect Time to Begin’ is the title of a chapter in the book, “This year I will…” by M. J. Ryan, in which she writes about taking the first step to make a life change.  Her point—and one that is just as true for starting college as it is for starting

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Choosing an accelerated degree program

We often wonder what factors are most important to adults in choosing an accelerated degree program.  Convenience, location, and availability of financial aid come to mind, but I was reminded again in a conversation with a group of our students that quality and academic reputation are important to these adults.  That’s good to know because

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Jazz trio led by dynamic drummer to perform at UIndy

UIndy is excited to add one more jazz concert to the calendar this season. Accomplished drummer and Richmond, Ind. native Jeff Hamilton will perform with his jazz trio Sunday, May 11 at UIndy. Hamilton has performed with numerous jazz and music greats, including Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, Natalie Cole, Barbara Streisand, Barry Manilow, Mel Tome

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Meet the Advisors Night

On Tuesday, May 13th, from 4:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. the University of Indianapolis School for Adult Learning will host their first “Meet the Advisors Night” in Esch Hall, Room 103.  This is an opportunity for anyone thinking about attending evening classes to meet individually with an advisor who will explain our accelerated bachelor degree program,

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SAL Graduation for 2008

The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis is celebrating our class of 2008 at our university graduation ceremony on May 3rd.  The  75 graduates of the class of 2008 mark the largest graduating class in our 10 year history.  These graduates represent the diverse community of adult students in our accelerated degree program. 

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ANA President & Clinton’s Senior Health Policy Advisor Speak at University of Indianapolis

Senator Hillary Clinton’s senior health policy adviser, Andrea Palm, and the president of the American Nurses Association, Becky Patton, visited the University of Indianapolis campus on April 15, 2008 to discuss the Clinton campaign’s healthcare platform and answer questions from UIndy faculty and students. This visit was part of a tour of nursing schools in

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SAL 10th Anniversary Events

2008 marks the 10th Anniversary of the School for Adult Learning (SAL) at the University of Indianapolis.  Born from a Lilly Foundation Grant, this accelerated degree program has helped hundreds of adult students complete their baccalaureate degree. To celebrate our ten years of success, UIndy’s School for Adult Learning held an anniversary dinner on Friday,

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