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Indy offers both the elements of big city opportunities and the relational appeal of a small town. While known as a sports hub, Indy is also loved by locals for its six downtown cultural districts with a relatively low cost of living. Indy is also quickly becoming a foodie favorite for its diverse restaurant options and is recognized as one of the most bike-friendly cities in the country, boasting numerous bike trails throughout downtown and the surrounding suburbs.

Eligibility Requirements

  • 2.75 GPA

LGBTQ Legal Protections

LGBTQ is a protected class in the city of Indianapolis.

Community Supports 

PRISM: Our Indy PRISM chapter is brand-new and supports LGBTQ+ corps members and alumni with resources, events, school training tools, activism opportunities, and more. To get involved or learn more, contact Joseph Myers.

Collective: The Collective in Indy for corps members and alumni of color is designed to grow leadership capacity, strengthen community, and increase access to opportunities—all in the interest of service to our students. To get involved or learn more, contact Kelsey Fox.