Description of the video:
[Video throughout: shots of the downtown Indianapolis skyline and shots of students on the IUPUI campus and in downtown Indianapolis.]
Male #1 speaks: The visual picture I had of college was out in the middle of nowhere.
Female #1 speaks: I think your stereotypical college town is kind of in the middle of nowhere. Like, not a lot of interaction.
Male #2 speaks: I mean, I figured that I was going to be going an hour away.
[Video: A man sits by a video camera. Male #1, female #1, and male #2 sit side by side and talk to him.]
Male interviewer speaks: What did you think of liberal arts?
Male #2 speaks: I wasn’t even really thinking about liberal arts.
Female #1 speaks: I also had no idea what liberal arts was, what my options were.
Interviewer speaks: Why liberal arts at IUPUI?
Male #1 speaks: The core of the liberal arts education is communication. Every single job description I’ve ever seen, at the top it’s “good communication skills required.”
[Words appear: Ian Rose, paralegal, class of 2005]
Male #2 speaks: Really you’re getting well rounded in just about every major out there.
[Words appear: Wes Johnson, communications coordinator, class of 2012]
Female #1 speaks: Being down at IUPUI, I was able to really network, and I did not feel that disconnect that you feel at other schools.
[Words appear: Andrea Bradley, clinical trial project manager, class of 2013]
Ian speaks: We had long-standing relationships that we were able to nurture throughout our college experience.
Interviewer speaks: Did an IUPUI Liberal Arts degree work for you?
Wes speaks: Yeah, yeah.
Andrea speaks: Yeah, it definitely worked.
Ian speaks: Extremely well.
Ian speaks: I would do it over again.
Wes speaks: Yeah.
Andrea speaks: In a heartbeat.
[Words appear: #LiberalArtsWorks]
[Wes, Andrea, and Ian laugh.]
[Video: The Indiana University trident appears.]
[Words appear: IUPUI School of Liberal Arts]
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