Our office offers visit opportunities year round. During the summer, prospective students can join us for our popular Butler101 events, held on Fridays beginning in June.
Robertson Hall is home to Butler University’s Admission, Financial Aid, and Alumni offices.
This building once served as an all-women's residence hall.
Division I athletics provide incredible opportunities for our students and alumni, whether they're cheering from the sidelines, the stands, or their homes.
If you played sports in high school, you'll be in good company here. Many of our students participate in our numerous intramural and club sport teams when they come to Butler.
All but one of Butler's 19 intercollegiate teams competes in the Big East Conference (Division I).
Students are able to view Saturn and Venus from the telescope in the Holcomb Observatory.
This is a popular student hangout during the warmer months.
The annual Butlerpalooza outdoor concert is one of the Butler Student Government Association's largest events, held every September.
Last year's concert featured artists B.o.B. and Youngblood Hawke.
There are over 140 student organizations to get involved with on campus. And it's easy to start a new organization, too.
Butler's beautiful campus is the perfect backdrop for a day of studying.
Stress-Less Week takes place once a semester, right before finals. Some events of the week include petting puppies, taking a relaxing candlelit swim in the pool, yoga, and free chair massages.
Our students hail from 44 states and 49 foreign countries.
This is Butler's bulldog, Blue III (but he usually just goes by "Trip"). He's the third in the line of the university's official mascots.
Trip is always on the go, here on campus and even nationwide. Join his 11k+ followers on Twitter (@ButlerBlueII) and tag along.
College of Business students start and run their own business, work on consulting projects for central Indiana companies, and complete two internships for credit.
The average class size at Butler is only 20, and the student-faculty ratio is 12:1.
The Butler University Board of Trustees has approved the development of two new facilities—a state-of-the-art student-housing facility with approximately 600 modern, suite-style beds and a 1,038-space multi-use parking facility.
Construction of the student-housing facility is expected to begin in spring 2015 with completion in fall 2016.
Construction of the five-story parking structure, which is anticipated to open in August 2015, will begin this fall.