Butler University is the No. 1 "Up-and-Coming" institution among
Regional Universities Midwest in the 2012 U.S. News & World
Report America's Best Colleges, recognizing its innovative
integration of liberal arts, professional education, and service
learning. Through creative collaborations on campus, in the
Indianapolis community, nationally, and internationally, we provide
students hands-on learning experiences that connect theory to
practice and engaged citizenship.
Butler's six academic colleges - Business, Communication, Education, the Arts, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Pharmacy and Health
Sciences - offer more than 65 major academic fields of study,
including 18 master's degree programs and a doctor of pharmacy
degree, as well as study abroad in more than 40 countries. Our
student-to-faculty ratio is 11:1. The average undergraduate class
size is 20.
On average, 93 percent of our graduates receive placement in
jobs or graduate studies within their commencement year.