UIndy's School of Nursing faculty are active in their field and bring decades of clinical experience in a wide range of specialties. Many are doctorally prepared and have excellent reputations for their leadership roles in health care communities locally, nationally and internationally. But as diverse as their experience may be, they are unified in their mission to provide you with a first-rate nursing education and to demonstrating the leadership skills needed for the future of patient care. You will be exposed to current issues and the latest technological advances in nursing. And because our faculty love teaching and truly care about your success, they will take time to meet with you outside of the classroom to help you with your coursework and encourage you.
Easy going and chill place to work while at college
GREYHOUND MESSENGER AMBASSADOR (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 24, 2018
A typical day as an after-hours Greyhound Ambassador can be full of making phone calls to future Freshmen, filing student information, inputting contact cards into the computer. The management is pretty chill. They are okay with you missing work every now and then for illnesses and a lot of homework that is piling up. They also are okay with you doing homework when all other work for the day is completed. The hardest part of the job is making phone calls the students that will hang up on you mid-sentence.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 6, 2017
I work 8-4:30 p.m.. I have learned a great deal about academia as this was the first position I held in the field. I was suprised at the fast pace and the amount of stress that comes with working at a University. I was also surprised at the lack of collaboration, even though part of the mission is to collaborate.
Adjunct Faculty (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 10, 2017
I enjoyed UI very much - the students, the environment. I occasionally was assigned a course that was new to me and found some very challenging, and, some a real joy. Having taught at another college, I found the SAL students focused, intense, and bright. I found the pay competitive. I received the help I needed to set up the online portions of the class. In fact, I found good help when ever I asked for it.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 29, 2017
All professors and staff were friendly and helpful. I used to work as a student assistant at the graduate business program. The job was temporary. Actually, I gained experience in an office setting where I learned how to do clerical duties. Sometimes, the professors gave me tests to grade or watched out undergraduate students while testing in their classrooms. It was a fun experience that I have never lived before. It does not matter how much the department paid me, but what is more important it is to develop my skills and learn more things in this life.
Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 25, 2017
I've truly enjoyed my time as an adjunct professor. I wish there were more opportunities to move into a full-time position, but for now I will hang on and hope for the best. Great students and faculty.
Adjunct Faculty (Former Employee) – Indianapolis – September 12, 2017
When working at the University of Indianapolis a decade ago I left due to lack of opportunity and management issues (as well as low pay).
However, on returning to teach hybrid courses the work was in the evening (while working my full time job) - this was an enjoyable time and the pay was not good, but to be truthful I was doing it to teach rather than for the money