The University of Southern Indiana (USI) began as a regional campus of Indiana State University in 1965. In 1985, when USI became a separate state university, the College Achievement Program (CAP) was founded. CAP offerings were initially limited to one course, English 101: Rhetoric and Composition, offered in three area high schools to 75 students. Today, we offer over 30 courses at participating high schools across the state. CAP has been continuously accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) since 2006 and is proud to be one of 134 programs in the nation to hold this distinction. To learn more about NACEP, visit nacep.org.
Meet the Staff
Ms. Jaclyn DumondDirector of College Achievement Program and Lifelong Learning
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Ms. Dana DruryManager of Education Services and Partnerships
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Ms. Zoe MeuthProgram Associate
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