About Portico

Since the opening of the University’s doors in 1905, every student, professor, and staff member has become familiar with the white columns of the Good Hall portico. Long a landmark of the city’s south side and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Good Hall reminds thousands of passersby and visitors daily of the University’s presence as a pillar of the community. And its portico—scene of graduations, celebrations, marriage proposals, weddings, and more—has served as the symbol of campus for more than a century. We hope that its namesake publication will provide you with a view of today’s University of Indianapolis.