Campus Resources for Students
Have a question or not sure where to go on campus? Check these commonly-used resources for questions about working with a tutor, getting help with that Art History paper, changing your schedule, finding wellness and safety services, or just finding out about events and programs on campus.
Scroll down for information on exhibition opportunities for Art & Design and Visual Arts students as well as galleries, museums, and arts resources.
Need help with studying and coursework?
Academic Skills offers subject-based tutors, help with writing, academic coaching, and study skills assistance.
Need help but not sure where to go?
The Dean of Students Office can connect you to any campus resources you might need, including Safety and Wellness.
Looking for a campus or off-campus job?
Career Services and Internships can help you prepare for your job search and also has job postings.
Looking for an on-campus club or activity to join?
Getting involved in USI's clubs, organizations and activities will not only make your college experience more fun, but will also provide you with the experience that future employers are looking for.
Need help with class schedule or academic program changes?
The Registrar's Office has information about registration, changing your schedule or your academic program, obtaining a transcript, the academic calendar, and much more.
Wondering about resources for Adult Learners?
The Center for Adult Learner Success is here to help you achieve your goals.
Art & Design students have multiple opportunities to exhibit their work while at USI.
Galleries, Museums, and Arts Resources
Kenneth P. McCutchan Art Center/Palmina F. and Stephen S. Pace Galleries
John M. Lawrence '73 Library & University Art Collection
New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana/Bower Suhrheinrich Gallery
Indiana Arts Commission
National Endowment for the Arts