University of Indianapolis Reviews

  • 45 Reviews
  • Indianapolis (IN)
  • Annual Tuition: $29,688
88% of 45 students said this degree improved their career prospects
96% of 45 students said they would recommend this school to others
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  • Reviewed: 8/4/2015
  • Degree: Accounting
"School has good diversity given the small size. Classes are very personal. Overall education level is adequate, but not necessarily exceptional. You get your teachers that really care, and you get your teachers that don't. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed my experience."
  • Reviewed: 5/17/2015
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"The physical therapy program is competitive and respected but I have received no financial aid. I love the campus, it is small and safe, but it is very pricey."
Brianna Hursey
  • Reviewed: 10/14/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"The faculty are easily accessible to answer any questions, and generally want to see the students succeed. The overall program has a lot of overlap between courses, so concepts you learn in one class will carry over to subsequent classes and build upon one another. Furthermore, there are a lot of opportunities for professional growth. At times the workload can be excessive, but overall it is manageable."
Wendy Pullen
  • Reviewed: 9/20/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"UIndy's OT program is a great program and fully prepares you to be an entry level practitioner. The faculty is very knowledgable and supportive and more like colleagues than professors. This program has a very good reputation around the state and high NBCOT pass rate. Also, the relationships you form with your cohort are unlike any other!"
OT Student
  • Reviewed: 9/19/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"UIndy has one thing going for them--the NBCOT pass rate. What is lacking is faculty support. The negative attitudes that surround the OT student population as early as January of 1st year starts with the dean of the school and trickles down. Setting high standards for students, both academically and professionally, only works as long as those setting them abide by the same standards. Unfortunately, UIndy does not do this."
Katie Padgett
  • Reviewed: 9/18/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"Very intense program, but the professors are extremely helpful."
Elise Leung
  • Reviewed: 9/17/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"The University of Indianapolis Master (soon to be Doctorate) of Occupational Therapy program has been a phenomenal adventure that I have been graciously fortunate to have been chosen to experience. The program's faculty, facilities, and education has surpassed my expectations. As I have gone from site to site, occupational therapists around the state of Indiana cannot speak highly enough of the preparedness of their students and the education they receive. UIndy's occupational therapy program has allowed me to find my true passion in helping individuals gain independence and their tenacity of life!"
Abby Kotarski
  • Reviewed: 9/17/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"University of Indianapolis has an exceptional Occupational Therapy program with personal and supportive staff. I loved this program right off the bat because I felt that every student and staff's perspective was genuine and full of pride for their program and what they represent. I feel that I am getting one of the best educations in this graduate program and that I am being challenged, but prepared for the future field that I will be joining."
Laura Hustedt
  • Reviewed: 9/17/2014
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"Uindy occupational therapy program offers a competitive curriculum that stays afloat of recent trends in the field, incorporating them into daily lessons. Ample time is provided for hands on and classroom assignments to better equip students with the skills needed for entry level OT positions post-graduation. Best of all? The faculty, who are fully invested in creating the optimal learning environment for students. The staff and faculty establish personal relationships with each cohort, which makes all the difference. This is a great program!"
Molly Long
  • Reviewed: 6/24/2014
  • Degree: Psychology
"University of Indianapolis provides a private school education in a major city. Indianapolis enables great opportunities for research, networking, and careers. I have made connections at the Indiana University Medical School in hopes of collaborating on ground breaking health psychology research. University of Indianapolis gives the best of two worlds by being small and providing attention to their students while Indianapolis is a hot spot for businesses and hospitals. The one con of University of Indianapolis is that it does not provide masters students with work opportunities such as teaching assistantships. As a masters student I have almost zero financial help from the school itself."
Michaela Duncan
  • Reviewed: 5/16/2014
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Indianapolis is an excellent program. There are early opportunities to work with people with actual conditions which we study about through the Community Patient Resource Group. There are also opportunities to observe our faculty in the clinic doing the very things they teach us. This program offers students one on one support and is an excellent program overall. The only con I would provide is that the program is very costly at $24,500 for the year not including books, housing and other extraneous fees. But the education is an excellent value for the price of attendance."
Daphne Hudson
  • Reviewed: 5/11/2014
  • Degree: Liberal Studies
"The biggest "pro" about this program is its size. The insistence on a small incoming class allows the three professors to work closely with graduate students who perform better with more individualized attention and lessons. Naturally, the small size can also be a major con if you don't like your peers or some of the professors. The required classes are incredibly well-taught and create well-rounded students. The professors encourage students to submit worthy class projects to major conferences (and most are accepted). Expect to make your life all about this program, because attendance at professor-sponsored or approved events is mandatory. Likewise, expect to go to a lot of conferences and be an active participant in class discussions. Failure to be involved in these extra-curricular activities will cost you the favor of your professors."
Thuy Le
  • Reviewed: 5/5/2014
  • Degree: Psychology
"I like that people are always talking about and sharing career advancement opportunities here. It's a great collective environment. The social environment is full of possibilities but at the same time, it is grad school and time is limited. I feel that the education itself needs to improve in terms of teaching methods, such as use of technology and interest-generating activities, rather than lecture. We should be benefiting from discussion with each other, not just reading material and listening to lecture. Bottom line is this school is expensive for what it is, and there needs to be more financial assistance as well as educational support to alleviate that."
Amandine Eriksen
  • Reviewed: 4/23/2014
  • Degree: Biology
"My graduate school serves to educate using real life experiences, which is one of the most beneficial aspects of program. I enjoyed most of the course material and have received unique opportunities to conduct research. However, the 3-year course requirements and lack of definite deadlines make it difficult to achieve a master's degree within three years. Average graduation rates are higher, nearing 4-5 years for completion."
Thuy Le
  • Reviewed: 2/16/2014
  • Degree: Psychology
"Social support and professional training are probably the primary strengths of this graduate program. These often go hand and hand; the cooperative attitude of the school encourages students and faculty to share study/training resources and networking opportunities that are vital to advancement. Further, as one should hope from a psychology program, self-care is promoted and we are challenged without being overwhelmed. This is not a throw-you-in-the-water, sink-or-swim place. There is a great deal of camaraderie, with occasional gossiping as is usually expected with active socializing in a small community. I do wish that there was more diversity to the program. Admittedly, the graduate program and university itself are much more diverse than the surrounding population, but perspectives would be a lot more unique with more input from other backgrounds. I came from a major, diverse city myself and greatly miss that aspect. Also, while this school is probably the most affordable one for the degree that it offers, it is still quite expensive. There is not much emphasis on financial aid to help cover that cost."
Michaela Duncan
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2013
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"University of Indianapolis Doctor of Physical Therapy program is a top notch program that rivals other similar programs across the country. The faculty take a invested interest in the learning process of each student. The clinical exposure is second to none with a huge asset of a community patient resource group that gives students hands on experience with patients who have real conditions only 2 weeks into the program. The network of clinical sites is phenomenal extended all the way to Belize and Hawaii. The only cons that I can see of this program is the sparse financial aid which is a similar situation no matter where you go when it comes to graduate school programs."
Sarah Skeeters
  • Reviewed: 8/21/2013
  • Degree: Clinical Psychology
"This is an excellent clinical psychology program with a medium sized cohort .The faculty are attentive and helpful, though the campus is not very tech-savvy. (It should be noted that the incoming president has been working on updating the campus, from a technology standpoint.)"
Mariah Linville
  • Reviewed: 3/10/2013
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"The faculty and staff at the University of Indianapolis have been very supportive of my dream of becoming an Occupational Therapist."
Jessica Young
  • Reviewed: 2/10/2013
  • Degree: Occupational Therapy
"I think this Graduate program will really prepare you for life outside of the classroom in your future career."
Nicole Derry
  • Reviewed: 1/23/2013
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"The best part of the UIndy PT program is all the hands on experience starting the 1st semester of the program! Also, the professors are always available to help students."