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University of Southern Indiana graduate enrollment continues record growth for fifth year

The Class of 2024 features 1,286 new first-time students with an incoming GPA (grade point average) of 3.48, a new record for USI, as well as 451 new transfer students.

Pandemic frontline nurse receives USI Distinguished Nursing Alumni Award

Anne Kiboi ’18, a registered nurse who chose to work at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City, is the 2020 recipient of the University of Southern Indiana Distinguished Nursing Alumni Award.

Historic New Harmony adds additional speakers to virtual Crossroads speaker series

Historic New Harmony adds two Indiana authors from the Indiana Humanities INSeparable Speakers Bureau to participate in the virtual speaker series, Crossroads: Change in Rural America.

Board approves biennial capital improvement budget request

At its regular meeting on Thursday, September 3, the University of Southern Indiana Board of Trustees approved the 2021-23 Capital Improvement Budget Request and two new line item requests for presentation to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and State Budget Agency during the 2021 Indiana Legislative Session.

USI Entrepreneurship Initiative awarded grant from Elevate Nexus

The University of Southern Indiana Romain College of Business has been named one of 19 recipients of a total of $164,000 in grants from Elevate Nexus to support the efforts of the College’s Entrepreneurship Initiative.

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