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UIndy Services for Veterans

Steps to enrolling at UIndy

Use the links below to access additional resources online or browse our frequently asked questions for information to help you get started.

 

Choose your program

Part-time undergraduate (Extended Programs)

For students who have earned a high school diploma or GED, the Extended Programs Division offers classes in a traditional 15-week semester format. Both associate and bachelor's degrees are offered in the extended format. Students can begin classes in August, January, May or June.

Explore the EPD option  ►

School for Adult Learning (Accelerated Programs)

The School for Adult Learning provides accelerated academic degrees for adults 24 years or older through the Accelerated Programs Division. Accelerated classes meet one night per week for five weeks. Admission is on a rolling basis and students can begin at the start of any five week session. Students must have a high school diploma or GED to apply. The APD offers two degree programs: the Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree and the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership. 

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Full-time undergraduate

Whether you've never taken college courses after high school or earning a GED, or you've taken some classes at another school, you can enroll as a full time student in one of UIndy's nearly 90 bachelor's or associate's degree programs.

To be considered for full-time admission, official transcripts from the last high school attended are required and should include standardized test scores. Full-time students must submit test scores. If ACT or SAT scores are not on the transcript, contact the testing agency to request that official scores be sent to UIndy. Students without test scores may apply for part-time admission through the School for Adult Learning.

In addition to the above requirements, transfer students also must submit official transcripts from every college attended.

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Graduate

UIndy has 27 master's and five doctoral programs in a variety of disciplines.

Explore UIndy's graduate programs  ►

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Apply for veterans' benefits

Verify your eligibility with the Veterans Administration by calling 1-888-442-4551. Then, apply online or pick up an application in the UIndy Registrar’s Office (Esch Hall 131).

Apply for VA benefits online ►

Contact:

Kathy Elliott
Registrar's Office
Phone: 317-788-3504
elliottkj@uindy.edu

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Apply to UIndy

School for Adult Learning

Full-time Undergraduate
& Transfer

Graduate

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Contact:
Kathy Hancher
Admissions Coordinator/Academic Advisor
317-788-2107
 
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Admissions Office
Phone: 317-788-3216
admissions@uindy.edu

 
Contact:

Bethany Baugh
Graduate School
Phone: 317-788-3477
baughb@uindy.edu

 

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Apply for financial aid

Students who want to apply for financial aid must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA may be filed January 1 to June 30 of the following year; however, for maximum consideration for state aid and the Freedom Award, the FAFSA must be submitted to the federal processing center by March 10 preceding fall semester enrollment. For example, for the 2014-15 school year, the FAFSA may be filed January 1 to June 30, 2014, but for maximum aid consideration, it must be filed by March 10, 2014.

File the FAFSA online ►


Students must also file the University of Indianapolis Application for Financial Aid (UAPP).

Complete the UAPP ►

Veterans pursuing their education full-time also may be eligible for the UIndy Freedom Award, which supplements federal education benefits.

Find out if you're eligible for the Freedom Award ►

Contact:

Sara Donnelly
Financial Aid Office
Phone: (317) 788-3347
donnellys@uindy.edu

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Register for classes

School for Adult Learning

Full-time Undergraduate

Graduate

Students must register through the School for Adult Learning. Students must register for classes with the Key Advisor in their college or school. Contact the Registrar's Office for details on specific registration requirements. Graduate students should register for classes through their individual program. Contact the Graduate School office to determine your appropriate contact for registration.
Contact:
Kathy Hancher
Admissions Coordinator/Academic Advisor
317-788-2107
Contact:

Kathy Elliott
Registrar's Office
Phone: 317-788-3504
elliottkj@uindy.edu

Contact:

Bethany Baugh
Graduate School
Phone: 317-788-3477
baughb@uindy.edu

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Decide where to live

If you don’t already live in the area, there are many apartment complexes located near UIndy. For a complete listing, contact the Residence Life office.

Full-time undergraduate students may apply for on-campus housing in one of UIndy’s seven residence halls.

Contact:

Mary Craft
Residence Life
Phone: 317-788-3580
mcraft@uindy.edu

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Review billing & payment options

The Accounting Office & Bursar can provide Information about tuition charges, billing, payment plans, payment deadlines and deferment options.

Accounting Office & Bursar  ►

Contact:

Andrea Stranak
Accounting Office
Phone: 317-788-3221
stranakal@uindy.edu

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