THIS IS WHERE YOU ELEVATE YOUR CAREER

We prepare nurses for rewarding careers in advanced practice, education, and leadership.

EDUCATION FOR SERVICE //

We celebrate diversity and encourage students to make a positive impact in society. Service-oriented experiences are woven throughout, encouraging students to apply their skills to communities in need. Our courses emphasize respect for the worth of every person, reflection on personal values, and a commitment to lifelong learning.

ELEVATE YOUR CAREER with UIndy's online nursing programs

STUDENT SUPPORT //

We provide integrated, personalized attention to every student. Our faculty members are readily accessible to support students’ goals and development. A placement coordinator is assigned to assist with clinical placement logistics, and a dedicated student support advisor navigates the student’s academic journey through to graduation.

ELEVATE YOUR CAREER with UIndy's online nursing programs

QUALITY ACADEMICS //

We are nationally ranked and recognized as a top nursing school known for its exceptional curricula, distinguished faculty, and state-of-the-art simulation center. Nurse practitioner certification exam pass rates consistently exceed the national average, demonstrating the professional readiness and clinical proficiency of our students.

ELEVATE YOUR CAREER with UIndy's online nursing programs

Jacob Whatley
“Reflect on UIndy’s motto, ‘Education for Service’, and recognize that we are now equipped to make a difference in our communities."

Jacob Whatley

Paige Dooley
“UIndy has such a great reputation in nursing. It set the tone for my career. It prepared me so well to have fundamentally sound judgment as a nurse and to get a great job.”

Paige Dooley

Erin LaCross
“I’m always thinking of the next thing I need to do to best provide and serve for others,”

Erin LaCross

Chief Nursing Officer, Parkview Regional Medical Center | UIndy DNP alum
Emma Kohls
"Assistant Professor of Nursing Sarah Holmes helped me gain confidence in my skills and reassured me that nursing wasn’t just about the “book stuff” and that the skills mattered just as much."

Emma Kohls

Nursing
Daniel McHale
“Smaller class sizes and accessible professors made it so easy to succeed. If you are willing to put in the work, there’s no reason you can’t have success."

Daniel McHale

Carolyn Scott
“I don’t think I realized how lucky I was to get to go to UIndy until I first started working as a nurse, and it finally clicked. Wow, I get to be a nurse. I absolutely love my profession."

Carolyn Scott