We want to hear yours.Share your Butler story or experience.
Make your donation and jointhe Giving Tuesday movement.
Ready for the world and for the workforce.
Butler years take him from newsroom to courtroom.
A desire to help people who might be less fortunate.
Visits to campus generated confidence in her future.
A plan to do it all—in a four-year period.
One major, three minors, one huge athletic success.
Undergraduate opportunities lead to serving others.
His greatest lesson? The five-year rule.
She left as a professional, not a job-seeking student.
Using what she learned in Art + Design every day.
Looking to redefine how pharmacy is practiced.
She's out to make science interesting for kids.
Not sure what to study? At Butler, you can explore your options—just like 22% of our incoming students. Learn More.
“Why Skin Color Matters,” the lecture by Nina Jablonski that was scheduled for December 2 at 7:30 in the Atherton Union Reilly Room, has been canceled due to illness.
Butler Theatre continues its 2015-2016 season December 1-3 with Truculentus, a rollicking 2,000-year-old Roman comedy by Plautus, best known to contemporary audiences for his play Pseu
Butler Ballet’s The Nutcracker is a homegrown effort, and the immense attention to detail pays off.
By Evie Schultz ’16
Butler University has signed its second retail customer for the Sunset Avenue Parking Garage—a 1,400-square-foot Pita Pit franchise owned by 2003 Butler graduate Travis Sealls.
When Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth needed choral singers for her November 24 performance with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, she did what a number of superstars have done lately—she turned
Melody Coryell MFA ’15, an English teacher and the coordinator of Shortridge High School’s International Baccalaureate (IB) program, has been awarded a $25,000 Milken Family Foundation Educator Awa