University of Indianapolis
Art, Business and Marketing, Communications and Media, Education/Teaching, Engineering, English, Foreign Language, health Science, History, Law, Mathematics, Music, Religion, Sociology, Science and Theater
The University of Indianapolis is a comprehensive and diverse institution of higher education, dedicated to preparing graduates for effective, responsible and articulate membership in today's complex world. 3,000 undergraduates study any of 70 majors, and an average class size of 18 with a 12 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio allows outstanding professors to inspire students in small classes that allow individual attention.
The university’s campus is located in a safe, residential neighborhood in the city of Indianapolis. Summers are hot and humid, springs and autumns are usually pleasant, and winters are cool to cold with a fair amount of snowfall.
With a metropolitan population of 1.7 million, Indianapolis offers countless cultural, entertainment, recreational, and internship opportunities, as well as diverse religious communities including ethnic Christian churches, a Buddhist center, five Jewish synagogues, nine mosques and Islamic organizations, and a Hindu temple.