As a senior Communication Studies major, Jasmine has experienced first-hand the benefit of bringing together the feel and resources of a large university with the benefits of small class sizes and access to faculty.
It's not just the visual beauty of campus (although that's part of it), but the beauty of community that stands out when Lexi thinks about why she loves being a Screaming Eagle.
For this sophomore from Bermuda, USI quickly made the experience of moving 1,400 miles to college feel less like an adventure and more like a second home.
Perci, a sophomore theatre major, tells how a trip to view her friends in a USI Theatre production turned into an experience that shaped how she appreciates being part of the campus community.
For Kaitlynn, the answer to Why USI is the mix of new and familiar faces that comes from a campus of our size, small class sizes, and the accessibility of our faculty.
Matthew, a sophomore nursing major from Floyds Knobs, Indiana, details how he's thankful that USI's faculty empowers him to achieve the fullest both in and out of the classroom.
Meet RaAnna, a senior from Hopkinsville, Kentucky majoring in Psychology who shares why USI will always be her home.
Diego, a junior from Venezuela studying mechanical engineering, explains how USI's community is the reason he loves being a Screaming Eagle.