Indiana University Southeast
Indiana University Southeast is a four-year, public, comprehensive regional campus of Indiana University, serving Southern Indiana and the Greater Louisville metro area. Its mission is to provide high-quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs and services that prepare students for productive careers and citizenship in a diverse society. IU Southeast aims to shape the future of the region by transforming good students into great leaders, one graduate at a time.
Academic Excellence, Unmatched Value
IU Southeast's 6,000 students pursue degrees in over 50 academic programs. Professors teach these classes -- not assistants or grad students -- and receive individualized instruction that frequently involves participation in research projects and presentations at conferences. In addition to a rigorous traditional classroom approach, IU Southeast is constantly expanding online and hybrid course offerings in many fields. Students receive highly regarded IU degrees, at a cost that makes IU Southeast a value unmatched by any university in the metro area. Kentucky residents from six counties in the Louisville area (Bullitt, Jefferson, Meade, Oldham, Shelby, Trimble) pay in-state tuition through reciprocity agreements, making IU Southeast the most financially attractive four-year higher education option in the region.
Schools and Degree Programs
IU Southeast's academic schools offer students a wide and innovative range of academic experiences, whether they intend to move directly into careers or pursue further research.
School of Arts and Letters
From advertising and modern languages to fine arts and women's and gender studies, the School of Arts and Letters prepares students in many fields to play leading roles in a changing economy and society.
School of Business
Known for its part-time MBA program, ranked #1 in the Louisville metro area, the AACSB-accredited School of Business also offers a B.S. degree in a range of concentrations, including accounting, marketing, international business and more, a B.A. in economics and an M.S. in strategic finance (M.S.S.F.).
School of Education
The mission of IU Southeast's NCATE/CAEP-accredited School of Education is to develop high quality caring professionals who are leaders in the continuous transformation of schools within a diverse society. IU Southeast offers B.S. degrees in elementary, secondary and special education.
School of Natural Sciences
Teaching, scholarship, and research are at the core of the School of Natural Sciences, with dedicated teaching scholars and small class sizes that ensure one-on-one mentoring to help students achieve their full potential. The university offers degrees in allied health, biology, computer science, geosciences, informatics, mathematics, and physics. Specialty labs for robotics, 3D printing, and other emerging disciplines complement traditional labs. Free tutoring is available to all students.
School of Nursing
Home to the Judge Carlton and Sue Sanders Laboratory for Nursing Education, the School of Nursing at IU Southeast provides hands-on experience in the latest practices while preparing students to keep pace with advances in this rapidly changing field. Undergraduate degrees include a Bachelor of Science in nursing and R.N. to B.S.N. completion.
School of Social Sciences
The School of Social Sciences offers seven exciting fields of study: criminology and criminal justice, history, international studies, journalism, political science, psychology, and sociology.
Committed to Flexibility
IU Southeast is committed to ensuring that students are ready to meet the constantly evolving needs of the workplace with agility and confidence. IU Southeast offers over 270 online and hybrid courses, and the list is growing every semester. Realizing students' need for a streamlined pathway to career success, IU Southeast offers innovative degrees such as the Bachelor of Applied Science. Students enrolled in the Honors Program pursue individually tailored interdisciplinary learning pathways that can involve research, conference presentations, and travel.
Supporting Student Success
Support is huge at IU Southeast. To name just a few resources: academic advisors work with students to build individualized pathways to success and help find ways to stay on track; the Advising Center for Exploratory Students supports students who are undeclared or unsure about which subject they'd like to pursue; the Center for Mentoring partners students with faculty and staff to provide guidance and advice; the Writing Center works with students one-on-one to develop this key communication skill; the Career Services Center provides advising and coaching services to help students prepare for their occupational future from their first day on campus.
IU Southeast is a leader in IT among IU regional campuses. Wired to the latest standards, its 8:1 student-to-computer ratio is one of the best in the nation, and collaborative workstations are located throughout the campus, as are laptop plugins. Support is available 24/7. And campus computer sales and specials offer allow students to buy hardware at steep discounts.
IU Southeast's Financial Aid department considers all funding available to finance your higher education goals. In the 2014-15 academic year, 78 percent of IU Southeast students received financial aid.
An Exciting Place
IU Southeast is located in New Albany, Indiana, just across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky. The campus is walkable and safe, with five residence halls (lodges) and ample parking. Nearby shopping and dining options range from national retail and restaurant chains to local hangouts tucked into quaint historic districts, ensuring plenty to do when off-campus. Louisville is a renowned center of lifestyle, culture and good times, with acclaimed traditions such as the Kentucky Derby and a never-ending stream of concerts, fireworks, parades, festivals, conventions and other events. The metro area is home to Fortune 500 companies such as Humana, GE, Yum! Brands, UPS, Papa John’s, Brown-Forman and more, providing a living laboratory in which students hone their skills through internships and practicums, making important contacts for a lifetime of success.
One of a Kind
IU Southeast blends small-school attention with big-city attractions. It is home to the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center, the heart of performing arts in Southern Indiana, hosting student theater productions and faculty music ensembles as well as performances of the Louisville Orchestra and cutting-edge Nashville acts. It also houses the Barr Gallery of student and faculty art, and the James L. Russell Wonderland Way Collection of regional paintings from the 1930s.
Majors & Degrees
|Biological And Biomedical Sciences||Associate||Bachelors|
|Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|Communication, Journalism And Related Programs||Associate||Bachelors|
|Speech Communication And Rhetoric|
|Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|Biology Teacher Education|
|Mathematics Teacher Education|
|Social Studies Teacher Education|
|English Language And Literature/Letters||Associate||Bachelors|
|Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics||Associate||Bachelors|
|Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences||Associate||Bachelors|
|Clinical Laboratory Science/medical Technology|
|Health And Medical Administrative Services Related|
|Health Information/medical Records Administration|
|Registered Nursing/registered Nurse|
|Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities||Associate||Bachelors|
|Liberal Arts And Sciences And Humanities Related|
|Liberal Arts And Sciences/liberal Studies|
|Mathematics And Statistics||Associate||Bachelors|
|Multi/interdisciplinary Studies Related|
|Natural Resources And Conservation||Associate||Bachelors|
|Philosophy And Religious Studies||Associate||Bachelors|
|Security And Protective Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|International Relations And Affairs|
|Political Science And Government|
|Visual And Performing Arts||Associate||Bachelors|
|Type||Application Closing||Notification Date||Rolling Admissions|
|Fall freshmen||Not reported||Not reported||Yes|
|Other early decision plan||Not reported||Not reported|
|Transfer||Not reported||Not reported||Yes|
Test Scores Accepted
|Test||Avg. Score Accepted||25th Percentile||75th Percentile|
|SAT Critical Reading||530||480||570|
Tuition & Fees
|Black or African American||6.88%|
|White or Caucasian||83.1%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0.12%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||0.08%|
|Two or more races||3.34%|
Freshman car parking
|% of undergrad students who live in college housing||8%|
Homecoming, Diversity Week and Comedy Series
Campus Security & Safety
self-defense education, lighted pathways, police department on campus