Combining a liberal arts foundation with hands-on experience prepares students for an ever-changing world.
Butler welcomes families to historic Hinkle Fieldhouse to celebrate the achievements of the graduating class.
A COB education leads to a big city business.
Faculty guidance prompts following his heart.
A Russert Fellowship leads to a dream career.
Bettering the community around her.
An unsure freshman becomes a confident professional.
Values gained on the team play out in the classroom.
He wanted to make a difference—and has.
A leader then, and a leader now.
Dan’s prepared for all facets of the music business.
After four years in COE, Amber’s ready to teach.
A love of dance inspires the next generation.
JoJo came to Butler with goals—and met them.
Not sure what to study? At Butler, you can explore your options—just like 22% of our incoming students. Learn More.
Butler poetry instructor Alessandra Lynch will lead a Community Poetry Workshop on Mondays and Thursdays, June 22 through July 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Rita Kohn of Nuvo gave Butler Ballet’s production of “The Sleeping Beauty” four stars out of five.
Butler Community Arts School will offer a dozen music and arts camps for children—and one for adults—this summer.
Butler University expects to confer degrees upon 914 graduates during Commencement ceremonies that begin at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, May 9, in Hinkle Fieldhouse.
Butler University is well represented in the new book 100 Things to Do in Indianapolis Before You Die.
Professors Arthur Hochman, Harry van der Linden, and Jeanne Van Tyle are the winners of Butler University’s 2014–2015 Distinguished Faculty Awards.