The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community (CAC) is one of Indiana's leading centers for Aging Studies, using an interdisciplinary approach to developing partnerships between higher education, business organizations and the community. We are committed to offering outstanding online education to prepare undergraduate and graduate students for successful careers working with, for and on behalf of older adults.
Give us a try as a guest student
If you aren't sure you want to pursue a graduate degree or certificate, or if you're not certain online learning is for you, you can "try out" our program without submitting a formal application.
Why gerontology at UIndy?
Wondering if a gerontology degree is right for you? Learn more about our program, including what it's like to be an online student, from alumna Rachel Arney.
TANGLES: A Play about Alzheimer's
TANGLES, an innovative play, tells the story of a family living with Alzheimer's over the course of one night. The past and present intermingle in this musical theater production that explores aging, family, and the challenges faced by both patients and health professionals.
Exercise & Physical Activity in Aging Conference
The University of Indianapolis will host the second Exercise & Physical Activity in Aging Conference (ExPAAC) from July 28-30. Presented by the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy, the conference is open to people in the fields of gerontology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology, exercise science, and sports medicine.
Aging in Indiana Newsletter
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