Academic Support Services
Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center ensures that students achieve educational, career, and personal goals through the full range of institutional and community resources. Specifically, the Center provides transition-to-college and orientation initiatives, advising and academic skills training.
The BUILD Program
The BUILD program, or Baccalaureate for University of Indianapolis Learning Disabled, is an intensive, fee-for-service support program for students with specific learning disabilities. The program offers such help as individualized tutoring, appropriate testing accommodations and assistance with scheduling, papers and assignments. Word processors are available, as are taped textbooks, speech-compressed tape recorders and players, computers and various adaptive technologies. Students are required to attend a minimum of two hours per week in tutoring sessions, but additional tutoring is available on request. The goal of the BUILD program is to help students reach their potential and earn a baccalaureate or associate’s degree. Contact the program director at 317-788-3536.
Services for Students with Disabilities
The University of Indianapolis provides students with the opportunity to reach their academic potential. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, accommodations must be made to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to the same educational programs and cocurricular activities as other students. The University is committed to creating an atmosphere in which students with disabilities are free to develop their talents. Reasonable accommodations will be made on an individual basis. It is the responsibility of persons with disabilities to seek available assistance and establish their needs. Any student with a disability who requires assistance or accommodations from the University should contact Services for Students with Disabilities.