University of Indianapolis
The University of Indianapolis, or "UIndy", is a university located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, which is affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
The university was chartered in 1902, but instruction did not start until 1905. While established as Indiana Central University (ICU), the school was colloquially known as Indiana Central College (ICC) from 1921 to 1975. Academic administration was restructured to group programs into colleges and schools, and the institution returned to using the Indiana Central University name from 1976 to 1986. The initials "ICU" can still be seen in brick on the front side of Krannert Memorial Library on campus. In 1986, the university adopted the name University of Indianapolis.
The mission of the University of Indianapolis is to prepare its graduates for effective, responsible and articulate membership in the complex
Craig Bowden '90 ï¿½ current PGA-tour golfer; 8 wins on Nationwide Tour and lower tours George Crowe '43 ï¿½ played nine years in MLB, earning a spot on the National League All-Star team in 1958 Ray Crowe '38 ï¿½ coached the Crispus Attucks High School basketball team that won Indiana state championships in 1955 and 1956, becoming the first African-American team in the nation to claim a state title. Stephane Fortin - former CFL player James W. (Jim) Hurrell '84 - Director, National Center for Atmospheric Research David Logan '05 ï¿½ basketball player for Maccabi Tel Aviv Bob Otolski '60 ï¿½ former college football coach for Illinois State William Raspberry '58 ï¿½ a columnist for The Washington Post and a Pulitzer Prize winner Irwin Sparkes and Alphonso Sharland ï¿½ Guitar front man and drummer from popular London rockband The Hoosiers Walter Spencer '04 ï¿½ linebacker for the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL, winner of the 2009 Grey Cup. Katie Stam ï¿½ 2009 Miss America Andrew Werner '09 ï¿½ debuted as an MLB pitcher in 2012, playing for the San Diego Padres. Currently playing in the Oakland Athletics organization.
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