Whether you're into sports, art, giving back to your community, or a bookworm, there's always plenty to do on our friendly campus.
While on campus, you can watch live theatre, go to a game, work out in the newly renovated fitness facility, take in an art exhibit, help out in various community service projects, hear guest speakers, walk the trails of our 55-acre nature preserve, and more. Count on Saint Joe Indy for convenience, too. Our wooded, close-knit campus means you'll have friends, professors, dining options, a Starbucks, a library, an art gallery, a chapel, and more—all in a close walking distance. Campus is a great place to study, relax, eat, reflect, and play.
Saint Joe Indy students have the luxury of all your classes being held in the same building on campus during the entirety of your two year degree. A place where you will collaborate with your professors, advisors, and peers that will feel like a home away from home. Before or after class, you can put in your headphones and get comfortable in one of our cozy study nooks, or spread out in a collaboration space and talk through a project.
You have countless opportunities to get involved in a variety of events and organizations. By participating in one of our many student clubs, volunteering for a variety of events around the university, you will grow academically, spiritually, socially, and professionally while earning your associate degree.
Saint Joe Indy students have access to a variety of resources on campus:
These are officially registered student organizations for Saint Joe Indy and Marian University students. Find more information on Connect or attend a fall or spring Activities Fair.
Most Saint Joe Indy students will live at home with your families, eliminating room and board expenses. If you are interested in living on campus let your admissions counselor know so we can discuss options and costs.
If you have questions or concerns, email the Office of Housing and Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (317) 955-6318.
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