Indianapolis, the home of CTS, is much like the seminary itself: modest and grounded, yet also vibrantly alive with continuous newfound potential. Here, in the 12th largest city in the U.S. and the capitol of one of America’s most welcoming states, there’s always something interesting to do and someone fascinating to meet.
Economically and culturally diverse, Indianapolis is adding international residents at a faster pace than Chicago. Distinctive neighborhoods add to the city’s appeal, from quaint historic areas to lively bohemian districts. Arts, culture and entertainment are never far from campus, and with several other major universities nearby, the atmosphere is stimulating and thought-provoking.
Just a few blocks away from the CTS campus is the internationally renowned Indianapolis Museum of Art, now boasting the country’s largest outdoor contemporary art park. And although most famous for its auto racing heritage, Indianapolis is a fabulous place for walkers, runners and bikers. A newly expanded Cultural Trail winding through the city has been called “an astonishing and amazing vision” by national civic-development experts.
Often the host for major national events (the 2012 Super Bowl being the latest example), Indianapolis is the home of the world famous Indy 500, the NFL’s Colts, the NBA’s Pacers, the headquarters for the NCAA, and the Indiana Black Expo, one of the largest cultural events in the United States.
CTS and Indianapolis have grown together and each is stronger for it. We invite you to join us in bringing your talents to this special place. For a complete picture of all that the Indianapolis area has to offer, explore VisitIndy.com