About 150 juniors will live off campus next year, despite the university rule requiring students to live on campus for three years unless commuting from home.
Diane Timmerman, department of theatre chair and professor, will represent Butler University as the 2017 Spring Commencement faculty speaker.
Butler University’s newest residence hall will officially break ground May 2 at what the university is calling the beam signing ceremony.
Over the summer, 24 Foundation is back for a sixth year in Indiana to host 24 Indianapolis which will be held here at Butler University’s campus where participants can walk or ride bikes to raise money for cancer survivorship.
Butler’s Indy Summer Experience program, run by Internship and Career Services each year, allows students to combine a summer internship or similar professional experience with various social and cultural experiences throughout the city of Indianapolis.
The Center for Global Education in Jordan Hall is receiving declarations of intent to study abroad. One of the programs, Butler in Asia, has 45 students going to places like Shanghai, Singapore and Beijing for summer internships.
Students living in Fairview House, ResCo and Ross Hall dormitories must be off campus by May 3 at noon. If students have a final before the last day, they are required to move out within 24 hours of their last exam.
When John Lechleiter and his wife Sarah moved to Indianapolis in 1979 for his new job as a chemist for Eli Lilly, he never imagined becoming the CEO of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the country.
Alexis Price, a junior journalism and English creative writing double major, will be the next editor-in-chief of the Butler Collegian and has lofty goals for the student newspaper.
On April 4, President James Danko sent out a campus-wide email announcing Frank Ross as the new vice president of student affairs. Ross comes to Butler after serving as the VP of student life at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.