United States, Indiana

Butler University is situated in the stunning city of Indianapolis and was established in the year 1855. The university has formed its alliance with the Council of Independent Colleges and is providing the best academic services. The main captivating feature of Butler University is that the university is completely student-centered and offers personalized and experimental learning experiences. The mission of Butler University is that they want to produce responsible citizens who surely will transform society. Every year more than 5,400 choose Butler University as their second home, from which 400 students are international students. Butler University wholeheartedly welcomes students from different countries and their cultures as well. The university offers great programs for graduate and undergraduate levels in different departments such as the College of Liberal Arts and Science, Lacy School of Business, College of Communication, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, College of Education, and Jordan College of the Arts.

Campus Life

Butler University offers fascinating student life which every student wants. The university has 300-acres of a big campus in which the university provides the best of academics and as well as campus activities. The university gives students the opportunities to participate in various activities such as Halloween parties, homecoming games, on-campus treasure hunt games, and many more. The on-campus accommodation and dining options are very reasonable that any student can afford and can also enjoy the facilities. Butler University believes a lot in maintaining physical health and for that, the university offers a recreational center and gym amenities. Moreover, the varsity team gives chance to every sports aspirant to prove themselves and leave an extraordinary mark on and off the field.

Noted Alumni

Since the first graduation took place at Butler University, the university has never lagged in producing great personalities. Some of the alumni are Clotilde Betances Jaeger – a famous feminist writer and journalist. Sarah Marie Fisher - an American retired professional race car driver who competed in the Indy Racing League (IRL) and the Indianapolis 500 intermittently from 1999 to 2010. Howard Atkinson Howe, a physician, whose work at the Johns Hopkins medical institutions helped to lay the groundwork for the Salk polio vaccine.