The health and safety of the USI campus community continues to be our top priority.

The University of Southern Indiana campus will reopen Monday, July 6. Detailed information about the University's Safe Return to Campus Plan, developed by the USI COVID-19 Task Force and approved by President Rochon, can be found online. All employees and students are asked to review the plan prior to returning to campus.

As the University prepares for this transition, the health and safety of the USI campus community continues to be our top priority. We continue to monitor the rapidly changing and ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 daily and follow the recommendations and guidance from the State, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Indiana State Department of Health and local healthcare providers.


Information for

Students & Families
Students and Families
Incoming Freshmen and Transfer Students
Incoming freshmen and transfer students
Campus Visitors
Campus Visitors

Fall 2020 Calendar

August 24 Fall Semester Classes Begin
September 7 Labor Day, No Classes, University Closed
November 24 Last Day of Face-to-Face Instruction
November 25 - 29 Thanksgiving Break, No Classes, University Closed
November 30 First Day of Remote Instruction
December 5 - 11 Final Exams Week (remote)
December 19 Commencement
December 23 - January 3 Winter Recess, University Closed

(Full Academic Calendar)

We all can do our part

Clean and sanitize

Clean & Sanitize

Maintaining good personal hygiene practices like hand washing and cleaning/sanitizing frequently touched surfaces will help the safety of our community. 

wear a face cover or mask

Wear a Mask

When you're on campus, you're required to where a mask or face covering when in buildings and classrooms. Wear a mask to protect others, and they'll wear their mask to protect you.

check daily for symptoms

Self-Monitor for Symptoms

The USI community should self-monitor and check daily for symptoms of COVID-19. Anyone with symptoms or who has been exposed to someone with COVID-19, should fill out a self-reporting form, remain off campus and contact their primary care physician for evaluation.