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Congratulations to UIndy's graduating class of 2016!

Congratulations, graduating class of 2016!

NPR host and Indiana native Steve Inskeep will deliver the keynote address Saturday as the University of Indianapolis conducts a commencement ceremony for one of the largest graduating classes in its century-plus history.

Nearly 1,400 students from 30 states and 29 nations are eligible to receive diplomas before an audience of thousands during the 11 a.m. ceremony in UIndy’s Key Stadium.

In the event of rain, the commencement ceremony will be held in Southport High School fieldhouse at 971 E. Banta Rd. For more information and to view a live webcast on May 7, visit

Greyhound Village: It's getting real in there

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Greyhound Village: It's getting real in there

After months of viewing digital renderings and watching the construction from afar, the UIndy community can now see and touch tangible examples of life in Greyhound Village, which will bring an entirely new housing option to campus when it opens later this year.

UIndy softball captures second-ever GLVC title


UIndy softball captures second-ever GLVC title

The UIndy softball team (50-3) capped its run through the 2016 Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship Tournament with a 7-1 win versus two-seed Missouri-St. Louis in the conference final May 1.

UIndy reaped its second-ever GLVC trophy, with the team’s only other league title coming in 2012. UIndy and UMSL, who entered the weekend as the three-time defending GLVC champion, have now combined to win the last five conference crowns.

Vision: 2030
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UIndy's comprehensive campaign

UIndy's comprehensive campaign

UIndy is now in the public phase of a $50 million comprehensive campaign. The Campaign for the University of Indianapolis, which carries the theme “UIndy Starts With You,” reached 66 percent of its goal during the quiet phase and will continue through June 2021. The fundraising effort will address needs and opportunities identified in the Vision 2030 strategic planning process and support four initiatives: students, faculty, community and the future.