Course Schedules Information

Course Schedules for Semester I & Semester II, 2016/17 and Summer Session 2017 are available online.

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Spring Term 2017 - Schedule will be available early January 2017.

doc 2016-2017 Spring Term Registration Form (coming soon)

Final Exam Schedule - Final exams are given in the 16th week of the regular semester. The general final exam grid can be used to determine when exam times will be scheduled based on the meeting days and times of a course.

http://web.uindy.edu/images/pdf_sm.gif General Final Exam Grid

http://web.uindy.edu/images/pdf_sm.gif Detailed Final Exam Schedule

The University reserves the right to make changes as necessary and to cancel any course as a result of insufficient enrollment or other factors beyond its control.

Schedule Details & Info:

  • Course ID: The course ID is a character subject code followed by a course number and a section number (Example: ACCT-210-50). Course numbers at the 100 level normally are designed for first-year students. Course numbers at the 200-400 level normally are designed for students with some collegiate experience
  • Days: The following abbreviations are used to indicate the day(s) of the week:

    M.............................................. Monday
    T.............................................. Tuesday
    W.........................................Wednesday
    R............................................. Thursday
    F................................................. Friday
    S............................................. Saturday
    U............................................... Sunday
    TBA............................ To Be Announced

  • Instructors: The instructors listed in the schedule have been tentatively assigned to teach. If “Staff” appears on the schedule, the instructor’s name was not available at the time of posting.

 

In compliance with the federal Student Right to Know legislation, the University of Indianapolis must publish the graduation rate for students who complete their degree requirements in 150 percent of the normal time. The graduation rate for the full-time freshmen entering the University in the fall of 2009 was 56 percent.

In addition, the University must publish the fall to fall retention rate for full time freshmen. 75.1 percent of freshmen who enrolled for the first time in the Fall of 2014 were still enrolled in the Fall of 2015.