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USI’s dedicated faculty members focus on teaching first, with 25 or fewer students in most classes.
Internships and co-op opportunities, providing students real-world experience, have doubled since 2007.
USI offers over 100 study abroad opportunities across 61 countries; study abroad participation tripled in 2011-2012 compared to the previous year.
USI encourages and supports undergraduate research through the Endeavor! Awards for Research and Creativity, the SwiSTEM Early Undergraduate Research Program, and more.
95 percent of USI students who apply are accepted into medical school and other post-graduate programs.
USI continues its commitment to be the most affordable four-year public university in Indiana and a seven state region.
Indiana and the region
USI is spearheading the EVV-Crane I-69 Innovation Corridor, a transformational economic development initiative capitalizing on the new I-69 corridor and Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane.
As the university partner for Innovation Pointe, downtown Evansville's Certified Technology Park, USI shares its faculty, staff, and student expertise with businesses and non-profits.
The USI Center for Applied Research and Economic Development matches faculty, staff, and students with regional businesses and organizations to conduct research, consulting, and other projects.
USI adds to the cultural life of the region through its theatre, music, visual arts, lectures, and sporting events, along its programs in New Harmony.
Including business operations, employment, construction, and spending by students and visitors, USI’s total economic impact on business activity is estimated to be more than $218 million annually.
USI serves more than 15,000 individuals annually in continuing education courses, noncredit workshops, conferences, and seminars – and more than 150,000 people participate in USI activities other than classes.
About 70 percent of USI’s 32,263 alumni remain in Indiana.
USI students come to Evansville from 89 counties, 44 states, and 61 nations.
USI addresses workforce development issues through targeted degree programs, leadership training, noncredit and contractual programs, on-site training, and partnerships with regional economic development organizations.
Nearly 70 percent of USI graduates have taken a service learning course, applying their knowledge to "real world" experiences while providing valuable services to the community.
USI’s Historic Southern Indiana identifies preserves, enhances, and promotes the historic, natural, and recreational resources of 26 Indiana counties.
Throughout their working careers, USI graduates’ lifetime incomes increase an average of $6.30 for every dollar invested in their education—or, from another perspective, students enjoy a 17.1 percent rate of return on what they spend on tuition and fees.
Volunteer USI is another positive impact on the area: students, alumni, employees, and community members volunteer on the USI campus, in our out-reach areas, and for community non-profit organizations. The program surpassed one million hours in April 2011.
About 90 percent of 2010 USI graduates are working in their field of study or another satisfactory field.
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Evansville, Indiana 47712
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