he University of Indianapolis seeks to prepare its students for life in an increasingly complex, rapidly changing world. To this end, the University's curriculum encourages development of the total person, including intellectual, physical, moral, and spiritual aspects. This curriculum reflects a commitment to Christian values and rests upon the conviction that learning should be a lifelong activity. It therefore stresses the ideals of critical, rational thought; independent, responsible inquiry; novel, creative expression; and sensitive, reflective morality. Recognizing the unique worth of the individual, the University strives to nurture in its students the qualities that make a meaningful life possible, and the wisdom to recognize that such a life is inseparable from personal and social responsibility.