Resources › For Students and Parents University of Indianapolis Admissions SAT Scores, Acceptance Rate, Financial Aid, Tuition, Graduation Rate & More Share Flipboard Email Print CZmarlin / Wikimedia Commons / CC0 For Students and Parents College Admissions College Profiles College Admissions Process College Rankings Choosing A College Application Tips Essay Samples & Tips Testing Graphs College Financial Aid Extracurricular Activities Advanced Placement Homework Help Private School Test Prep College Life Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Allen Grove College Admissions Expert Ph.D., English, University of Pennsylvania M.A., English, University of Pennsylvania B.S., Materials Science & Engineering and Literature, MIT Dr. Allen Grove is an Alfred University English professor and a college admissions expert with 20 years of experience helping students transition to college. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Allen Grove Updated October 05, 2019 University of Indianapolis Description: The University of Indianapolis (often referred to as UIndy) is a private university affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Students come from over 20 states and 50 countries, and the university prides itself on the diversity of its student body. Undergraduates can choose from 82 academic programs, and professional fields within business, health and education are extremely popular. The average class size is just 18, and the school is highly rated among master's degree-granting institutions in the Midwest. UIndy has a 13 to 1 student / faculty ratio. In athletics, the UIndy Greyhounds compete in the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Valley Conference and Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Admissions Data (2016): University of Indianapolis Acceptance Rate: 86%Test Scores -- 25th / 75th PercentileSAT Critical Reading: 440 / 550SAT Math: 450 / 570SAT Writing: - / -What these SAT numbers meanACT Composite: 20 / 26ACT English: 18 / 25ACT Math: 19 / 26What these ACT numbers mean Enrollment (2016): Total Enrollment: 5,711 (4,346 undergraduates)Gender Breakdown: 36% Male / 64% Female83% Full-time Costs (2016 - 17): Tuition and Fees: $27,420Books: $1,250 (why so much?)Room and Board: $9,648Other Expenses: $3,210Total Cost: $41,528 University of Indianapolis Financial Aid (2015 - 16): Percentage of New Students Receiving Aid: 97%Percentage of New Students Receiving Types of AidGrants: 97%Loans: 70%Average Amount of AidGrants: $17,368Loans: $7,467 Academic Programs: Most Popular Majors: Biology, Business Administration, Communication Studies, Liberal Studies, Marketing, Nursing, Physical Education, Psychology Transfer, Graduation and Retention Rates: First Year Student Retention (full-time students): 77%Transfer Out Rate: 33%4-Year Graduation Rate: 41%6-Year Graduation Rate: 55% Intercollegiate Athletic Programs: Men's Sports: Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling, Track and FieldWomen's Sports: Soccer, Golf, Basketball, Swimming, Volleyball, Tennis, Softball Data Source: National Center for Educational Statistics If You Like the University of Indianapolis, You May Also Like These Schools: Butler University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphPurdue University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphValparaiso University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphIndiana University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphHanover College: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphOhio State University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphUniversity of Louisville: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphBellarmine University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT GraphBall State University: Profile | GPA-SAT-ACT Graph University of Indianapolis Mission Statement: mission statement from http://www.uindy.edu/about-uindy/history-and-mission "The mission of the University of Indianapolis is to prepare its graduates for effective, responsible, and articulate membership in the complex societies in which they live and serve, and for excellence and leadership in their personal and professional lives. The University equips its students to become more capable in thought, judgment, communication, and action; to enhance their imaginations and creative talents; to gain a deeper understanding of the teachings of the Christian faith and an appreciation and respect for other religions; to cultivate rationality and tolerance for ambiguity; and to use the intellect in the process of discovery and the synthesis of knowledge."