The Hound Hustle 5K Run/Walk is an annual UIndy Homecoming tradition that brings participants from all over the community. All are welcome to participate — show your UIndy pride by registering to run, or cheer on your friends!
The 9th annual Hound Hustle 5K run/walk is on Saturday, October 1 on UIndy’s campus. This year we are offering both virtual and in-person participation options. A portion of each non-student registration will support scholarships for UIndy students. Every participant will also receive a 2022 Hound Hustle T-shirt featuring Grady the Greyhound!
Advanced Registration: $20 for students, $30 for individuals and includes a T-shirt. $5 of your entry fee supports student scholarships. Advanced registration closes on Tuesday, September 27 at Noon.
Same-Day Registration: $35 on the day of the event (cash only) includes a T-shirt, if available. $5 of your entry fee supports student scholarships.
Note: Registration fee is non-refundable; the event will occur rain or shine.
- Anyone is welcome to participate; you do not have to be affiliated with UIndy.
- Strollers are welcome; please start in the back for everyone’s safety.
- One-hour course limit (18 minute/mile pace).
- No dogs allowed
About the Event:
The race takes participants on a tour of the beautiful UIndy campus and the University Heights neighborhood. Proceeds from the event will be used for student scholarships and programs. The non-certified course is fast, flat and scenic and highlights our buildings and athletic facilities, including the Athletics & Recreation Center, Roberts Hall, and the UIndy Health Pavilion. The UIndy Hound Hustle 5K is an event for everyone, with proceeds used for student scholarships. The event begins and ends at the Schwitzer Student Center on the UIndy campus. Post-race refreshments will be served outside (weather permitting) or inside the Schwitzer Student Center atrium.
Race-day parking on the UIndy campus is free. Please check the map for location of parking lots.
2020 was our first virtual race, and no results were tracked.