2022 graduate Alex Brinkman chose her majors because she knew to be successful and excel post graduation she needed to learn to think strategically and be innovative.
2022 graduate Charlie Griswold encourages current and future Butler students to step outside their comfort zone, and show an eagerness and initiative to learn.
2022 graduate Emily Shoemaker says Butler prepared her well for her current career with transferable skills and the ability to think critically.
For the sixth year in a row, Butler University is ranked the No. 1 Regional University-Midwest by U.S. News & World Report. Butler also took No. 1 Midwest regional honors for Most Innovative and Undergraduate Teaching, as well as high national honors for First-Year Experiences and Study Abroad Opportunities.
With an interest in fundraising and development work, Senior Gabriella Tzougros’s internship with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has been an excellent opportunity to learn more about this important component of the non-profit industry.
From writing emails, to creating social media plans, to capturing photo and video footage, senior Martha Clifford has dipped her toes into just about everything as an intern with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
2017 alumnus Matthew Griffin says his Butler education gave him the skills to dance at a professional level plus helped him develop the time management and interpersonal skills needed to work in a ballet company.
This 2014 alumna credits her exposure to full- and small-scale dance productions, plus opportunities to network, with her success as a freelancer and costume designer and builder in New York City.
Sophomore Matthew Compton, first met Blue IV at his home near Chicago when he surprised him with his admission decision. Now they run into each other frequently at Hinkle. Read more about what makes Butler special to Matthew.
Two years ago, Izzy Aigotti received a knock on her door from Butler Blue IV telling her that she was #ButlerBound. Now a sophomore, Izzy shares her favorite parts about being a Bulldog.
Victory Sampson was in the cafeteria of his high school when he first met Blue IV on a #ButlerBound visit. Today, he is active with Butler’s Diversity Center and Hub for Black Affairs and Community Engagement. Learn more about Victory’s time at Butler.
As a first-generation college student, Maylin Andrade Saracayo had an inspiring role model in her older sister who graduated from Indiana University and is now pursuing a master’s degree in social work at IUPUI. Maylin had intended to follow in her sister’s footsteps by attending IU until a campus visit to Butler inspired her to…