Summer classes at UIndy & new rehabilitation clinic opens on campus
Summer opportunities at UIndy are bigger than ever, with a wide selection of courses to meet college students’ academic needs, as well as programs for all ages that develop athletic, musical, and creative interests. The University offers more than 200 summer undergraduate courses, allowing students to catch up on college credits or explore new subjects while staying close to home. Taking summer classes can help students stay on track to graduate in four years, and students who are enrolled at other colleges or universities may earn transferable credits while they’re home for the summer.
Children ranging from elementary to high school age can benefit personally, socially, and intellectually through a variety of enrichment and sports camps.
Summer 2016 schedules for classes, camps, and conferences will be posted as they become available. Visit uindy.edu/summer in early 2016 for more information!
The Community Health Network Physical Therapy and Rehab Clinic is now open in the new UIndy Health Pavilion. The clinic provides a full range of physical therapy services—and soon, occupational therapy services—grounded in the latest evidence-based education and research. UIndy PT alumni Matt Redshaw ’07 and Jeff Mestrich ’00 are working in the clinic. UIndy PT and OT students will have opportunities to gain clinical experience working under the direction of Community Health staff.
The clinic offers:
— general orthopedic therapy
— sports injury rehabilitation
— neurological rehabilitation
— hand rehabilitation
— activities of daily living suite
For more information or to make an appointment, call (317) 497-2600 or visit www.ecommunity.com/s/physical-therapy-and-rehab/locations/.