As a Division II school, UIndy offers athletic scholarships and competitive sports. We have 21 NCAA Division II teams, more than half of which advanced to NCAA postseason play in 2012-13. Our Hounds brought home 34 individual All-America honors, and eight teams were ranked in the top 20 nationally. Overall, UIndy finished seventh nationally in Division II in the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup, ranking as one of the best athletic programs in the country.

UIndy athletes are equally committed to excelling in the classroom, with an overall athletic department GPA of 3.19. And, during 2012-13, 217 student-athletes were named to academic honor rolls, including eight Academic All-Americans and four GLVC Scholar Athletes of the Year.

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A balanced life

UIndy is an NCAA Division II school, and we fully subscribe to the DII philosophy of Life in the Balance. DII schools develop well-rounded student-athletes. We emphasize the student’s academic performance by controlling the length of the athletic seasons, the practice schedules and the number of road trips.

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Greyhound Pride

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At UIndy, we expect our students to go pro in life. As a student athlete, you'll compete at the highest level while also experiencing college to its fullest. So, join a club, volunteer or learn a musical instrument. And don’t worry—you’ll have plenty of time to hit the books too. In fact, our student-athletes are some of our highest-achieving students.

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UIndy's Athletics & Recreation Center opened in 2011.

Movin’ on up

UIndy’s newest facility for sport and recreation, the Athletics & Recreation Center, was the practice facility for the NFC champion New York Giants when Indianapolis hosted the 2012 Super Bowl. The facility received high praise from head coach Tom Coughlin. Following the Super Bowl, the artificial turf was replaced with a permanent indoor track.

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