Pott College Student Resources
Scholarships, Grants, & Awards
The Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education has more than 118 scholarships and awards that are bestowed every year. Click here for more info on: Scholarships, Endeavor Awards, Provost Grants, Research Awards, and our Teaching Eagles Scholarship Program.
Clubs & Organizations
Our Pott College Student Campus Community encourages students to take an active role in and support a variety of clubs and organizations. There are opportunities to participate in student government and student publications as well as clubs that plan entertainment, social, volunteer and educational activities. There is no greater way to get the most from your college experience than by becoming a member of a community designed for and by students. Click here for more information.
Tutoring & Study Help
Academic Skills offers a variety of tutoring programs for students at USI, with peer tutors and academic coaches who complete comprehensive training and are certified through the National Tutoring Association. David L. Rice Library on campus is open daily and provides exceptional spaces, resources, services, and personnel. Click here for more info and to find additional study resources.
First-year and transfer students majoring in one of the majors in Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education and all Pott College students seeking academic and Career Advising. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are declared Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education majors should meet with their faculty advisor about class schedules and career advice.
Finding a career path that suits your skills, interests and abilities takes time and effort. There are lots of choices out there, too. If you don’t know which way to turn, University Division’s Career Counseling services are here to help.
An essential aspect of your education is career development. Our professional USI Career Coordinators are trained to assist with resume development, internship and job search, and other skills necessary to launch your career!
Students seek the assistance of the Counseling and Psychological Services office for a variety of reasons, and whether it is adjusting to college life, depression/anxiety, body-image concerns, trauma, or something else, it is an honor and privilege to help students during their times of struggle. CAPS offers several services and delivery methods to USI Students. There are three individual scheduled therapy options (virtual and in-person), plus 24/7 support through student-peer support, emotional health support on-demand, and health coaching.
Find helpful information about available services and resources, opportunities for involvement, and important campus policies.
USI Disability Resources (DR) coordinates services and academic accommodations for USI students with disabilities to ensure equal access to facilities, programs, services and resources of the University. We review documentation for eligibility, collaborate with students to determine appropriate accommodations, assist with the implementation of the accommodations, offer support and guidance, and advocate for access as needed. Disability Resources is located in the Science Center, room 2206.
Student Financial Assistance is dedicated to helping University of Southern Indiana students and their families navigate the financial aid process and educating them in making the best use of all resources available to help finance the cost of their education.
USI's Multicultural Center (MCC) was established in 1994 to enhance the personal and academic success of students by preparing them to be responsible citizens in a multicultural society. Opportunities are created to provide cultural interaction between students, the campus and the community at large to provide outreach experiences and to promote cultural awareness and sensitivity.
Stay updated with events, initiatives and opportunities for STEM+ students.
Religious Life provides religious guidance and worship opportunities for students, faculty, and staff and is located on the corner of O'Daniel and Clark Lanes. Our goal is to get the word out on ways to stay active in your faith life while at USI.
The Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee (Pott College SEE EDIC) consists of faculty, students, and staff representatives from each of the seven departments within the college. The committee is dedicated to equity by being a university "diversity and inclusion" champion who foster a sense of community that welcomes all into the college.