Indianapolis isn’t just the Crossroads of America; it’s one of the biggest cities in the United States. In fact, it’s the twelfth largest city in the nation—and the second largest in the Midwest.
So as a McKinney student, you won’t lack for things to do, places to live, or job opportunities to explore. In fact, the real problem might well be deciding which opportunities are best for you.
Getting to know Indianapolis
Step outside Inlow Hall and you’ll be in the heart of Indianapolis. The Indiana Statehouse, Monument Circle, and the thriving shopping, entertainment, and business district that surrounds it are just blocks away.
You’re also close to the Canal Walk, which follows Indianapolis’ Central Canal past museums, the NCAA Hall of Champions, and many more landmarks and attractions.
Since downtown Indianapolis spans just six square miles, getting around is easy—and public transportation is available.
And since it’s been named both one of the most affordable and also one of the best cities to live in, there will be a lot you’ll want to do and see!
Living in downtown Indianapolis
There are plenty of on-campus and off-campus living options available.
On campus, you can choose from apartments, residence halls, and even townhouses. Off campus, you can find everything from loft-style apartments to single-family homes. Find out more at Indianapolis Downtown, Inc.
The very best way to discover what Indianapolis has to offer is to see it yourself. Schedule your visit now.