The University is actively engaged in developing economic, cultural, and educational opportunities in southern Indiana. Many faculty and staff extend their expertise to activities throughout the region.
Academic Resources - ROTC, Bachelor of General Studies, College Achievement Program, distance education, and service learning.
Business Development - Regional workforce and economic development, training, and continuing education.
Community Outreach - Personal development and children non credit classes, cultural programs and partnerships.
The USI Bachelor of General Studies program is designed for the working adult (age 25 and over) with significant educational experience and a strong desire to complete college course work that will be meaningful and personally enriching.
CAP is a cooperative program between the University of Southern Indiana and participating high schools. CAP allows motivated high school junior and senior students earn college credit at their high school.
USI sponsors and/or hosts a variety of conference designed to advance personal and professional development. We can work with you to implement conferences of one day or longer, on or off campus.
USI's distance education program extends opportunities for a college education to those who find traveling to courses at specific times a problem. Distance Education includes telecourses, Internet offerings, video courses and more.
A collective list of individuals from the University of Southern Indiana who can provide expert information on a variety of topics. The list also includes individuals available for speaking engagements on a variety of topics.
Since the fall of 2001, USI has offered programs with US Army's Reserve Training Officer Training Corps (ROTC). Army ROTC is an elective curriculum you take along with your required college classes. It prepares you with the tools, training and experiences that will help you succeed in any competitive environment.
Service learning at USI is a powerful community-based pedagogy technique. It integrates meaningful community service with instruction and structured reflection. It incorporates a diverse group of faculty, staff, and students.
If you live or work on Evansville's east side or in Warrick County, USI courses may be right in your backyard. Each spring and fall many courses, most meeting University Core Curriculum requirements, are available at select locations.