Doing Business With UIndy
This page has information for vendors and others who want to do business with the University. For information about paying tuition, fees, campus-housing bills and other university-related charges, please go here.
At UIndy, we believe quality relationships provide the best opportunities for both the University and our vendors. If you are interested in doing business with UIndy, please contact the appropriate department:
- Copiers/fax machines/printers - Information Systems -- 317-788-6125
- Software applications – Information Systems -- 317-788-4919
- Maintenance material - Physical Plant -- 317-788-3258
- Athletic gear/equipment – Athletics -- 317-788-3246
- Bookstore items – UIndy Bookstore -- 317-788-3228
- Advertising and marketing services - Marketing -- 317-788-6164
- Trademark licensing - Marketing -- 317-788-6164
- Sponsorship requests - University Advancement -- 317-788-3360
We determine vendor selection based on, but not limited to, the following criteria:
- Evidence of good organizational and management practices of vendor
- Ability of vendor to meet all terms and conditions
- Vendor pricing
- General quality of responsiveness of vendor
- Experience and past performance of vendor
- Added value of working with vendor
- Qualifications of vendor personnel
- Vendor’s grasp of scope of work to be performed
- Completeness and thoroughness of vendor proposal, if requested
Supplier Diversity Policy
The University of Indianapolis is committed to maintaining an equitable and competitive business environment to maintain its goal of nondiscrimination and give fair consideration to all vendors in its procurement programs. Working with a wide range of suppliers also provides a competitive edge in producing high-quality, low-cost, innovative products and services.
All employees with purchasing responsibility or involvement in procurement decisions for goods and services are expected to give every consideration to using qualified companies or businesses that are minority-owned, woman-owned, physically challenged and veteran/service-disabled veterans to maximize participation of such businesses in all University procurement activities.