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University of Indianapolis Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

5,285 students

68% admitted

  • 3,489 full time
  • 1,796 part time
  • 1,163 men full time
  • 2,326 women full time
  • 6,417 applied
  • 4,359 admitted
  • 891 enrolled

4,027 Undergraduates

$23,590 tuition/year

  • 1,210 Graduates
  • 48 Non-Degree
  • $23,590 in state
  • $240 fees
  • $9,090 room & board
  • $1,076 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: United Methodist
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Great Lakes Large City
Highest Degree Offered: Doctor's degree - professional practice
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Four-one-four plan
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Anne from Fishers, IN
  • 0
  • The university of Indianapolis is an amazing school that offers numerous opportunities for their students. The smaller classrooms create an environment where questions can be asked comfortably, and answered…

  • Feb-16-2012 Read More
  • Brian from Carmel, IN
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  • the university of indianapolis is one of the best universities to attend in indiana. uindy, as the students call it, is a close knit community with around 5000 undergraduate students.…

  • Jan-21-2012 Read More
  • Samantha from Indianapolis, IN
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  • University of Indianapolis has a great curriculum for multiple studies. They also have a beautiful open campus filled with friendly faces and cheerful hellos. UIndy is a great atmosphere for…

  • May-04-2012 Read More

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
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  • Rachelle from Jamestown, IN
  • Jun-28-2011 I am a past student here

    I absolutely hated going to U of I. The main reason I most likely did not connect with the people on campus and the school itself was because I was a commuter, which exculded me from meeting more friends and obtaining a better campus experience. Another reason I did not like this school was because most of the students that were enrolled were over-priveledged, upper-class, only child students. I; however, come from a much different background and therefore did not connect with the teachers or students.

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  • 3
  • Anonymous
  • Apr-29-2011 I am a current student here

    Before attending college, I didn't research too much about what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go. I landed on UIndy from the internet and basically figured I would try it for a year because I already had plans to transfer to another college afterwards. Arriving here the first thing you notice is the size. UIndy is pretty small and you get that feeling of high school again. Although I love the fact that it doesn't have 50,000 students here and you get to see and know many of the same faces each and every day here, it seems a bit like high school. Many of the students here went to high school with each other and immediately there are already cliques and groups before you even have a change to mingle (like me who didn't know anyone). I met a few people that I gained a personal friendship with and after leaving UIndy after my freshman year I know I will carry that friendship on throughout my life. The small school feeling is awesome, but if you want that feeling that everyone is trying to meet new people and there aren't too many cliques besides the usually sports ones, then I would advise to look elsewhere. You never know though, those few friends you might meet here will be genuine people that you can count on for days to come. It is really a gamble of the dice.

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  • Katie from Frankfort, IN
  • Dec-30-2010 I am a current student here

    University of Indianapolis' campus is a small private college. It gives you a chance to meet more of the people on campus. Larger campuses have a larger student population, so you don't get to meet a lot of the people on campus. This university is trying to get the students more involved in what is going on around campus. Most events are ran by student organizations. I enjoy the close environment with students and teachers.

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