High school students: Join us for spring visit days

High school students: Join us for spring visit days

UIndy has a variety of special visit days for high school students scheduled in the coming weeks.

If you’re interested in a career in health care, make plans to attend Nursing Preview Day on March 30 or Health Professions Preview Day on April 1, to learn more about the programs and departments. You’ll have the opportunity to attend information sessions, have lunch with faculty and current students, and tour the campus. All special visit day activities, including lunch, are free.

If you’re a junior, sophomore, or freshman, join us for a spring visit day, March 24-April 2. These group visits include an Admissions presentation and campus tour.

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Summer classes at UIndy

It’s time to start thinking about summer! UIndy will offer a variety of classes this summer, including more than 200 undergraduate courses, so students can stay on track in their programs and take classes close to home during the summer break.

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Year-long Athletics Champions Challenge at 99 percent of goal

Athletics

Year-long Athletics Champions Challenge at 99 percent of goal

UIndy’s student athletes have had an outstanding year! The Greyhounds seek to flex their muscles even more and be counted among the elite in Division II athletics. To help us accomplish that goal, we’ll be raising funds to support our athletics programs through the Champions Challenge. A generous donor has pledged $250,000 in matching gifts. All new, unrestricted gifts to UIndy Athletics of $25 or more will qualify for a 2:1 match. The match also applies to any increase in unrestricted giving of $25 or more over last year’s gifts. Renewed gifts will be matched 1:1.

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Alumni Central Health Pavilion construction

Health Pavilion construction

Construction on UIndy’s new Health Pavilion is progressing quickly. The steel frame of the 160,000-square-foot building, which will house UIndy’s respected health sciences programs, is complete. Crews are now enclosing the building with brick panels, which weigh in at a whopping 16,500 pounds each, and windows. The Health Pavilion is scheduled to open in August.

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