University of Southern Indiana on-campus operations resumed on Monday, July 6, 2020. Tuition payments can continue to be made online, through the myUSI portal, or by mailing a check. Learn how to pay your bill.
The Bursar’s Office understands COVID-19 may have created a financial hardship for you and your family. If you or your family are experiencing unforeseen financial difficulties due to COVID-19, please contact the USI Bursar Office immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org. A representative from the Bursar’s Office will respond within two to three days.
The CAP Office is working with CAP instructors, high school administrators, USI faculty liaisons and USI administration to ensure that CAP students are able to complete their required USI coursework and satisfy graduation requirements. The CAP Office will share updates with instructors and families as they become available.
During this transition to online coursework, there are many resources available for both instructors and students. Online coursework in college can pose a challenge for students with the shift from directed, supervised learning to independent, self-directed learning. This may be an opportunity for students to practice time management, responsibility and communication skills. We realize this is a difficult time for everyone and wish to share the resources below to aid students and instructors with e-learning.
E-Learning & Student Resources
CAP Course Completion Email (Martinsville High School)
CAP To Do List Template (provided by USI Academic Skills)
Virtual Activities (includes fun virtual events/tours for all students)
E-Learning & Instructor Resources
USI Instructional Continuity Plan Resources (including virtual workshops)
The Chronicle of Higher Education's Coping with the Corona Virus (a guide for supporting students)
Florida International University's Resources for Facilitating Global Learning Online [Provides ideas to help students establish a social presence in online classrooms (icebreakers, storytelling), promote collaborative learning and encourage connections between the course content and current events.]