University of Southern Indiana

Evansville, IN

University of Southern Indiana

Evansville, IN

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Become a Screaming Eagle! 

The University of Southern Indiana is a public higher education institution committed to affordable academic excellence. When you become a Screaming Eagle, you’ll engage with faculty committed to teaching, learn to solve real-world challenges, and develop priceless relationships and memories that’ll shape who you are as a professional and a person.

We serve more than 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students from 90 Indiana counties, 40 states, and 70 countries. Located on a vibrant, beautiful 1,400-acre campus in Evansville, Indiana, we offer more than 130 areas of study and study abroad opportunities in more than 60 countries.

USI is a Carnegie Foundation “Community Engaged” university and offers continuing education and special programs to more than 20,000 participants annually through Outreach and Engagement. 

Outside of the classroom, more than 140 student organizations will connect you to lifelong friends and mentors. Seventeen varsity men's and women's athletic teams, including the 2018 NCAA Division II Softball National Champions, unite our community in pride and celebration. Watch our Final Four men’s basketball team play in the new 4,800-seat Screaming Eagles Arena.

All this, and we're less than three hours away from Indianapolis. Come visit USI and find out why it’s a great day to be a Screaming Eagle!



Recognized for one of the best online graduate Nursing programs in the country | U.S. News & World Report


The Romain College of Business is among only 5% of schools worldwide to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.


USI Engineering students designed and built a satellite for NASA, the first spacecraft put into orbit by a public institution in the state of Indiana.


The College of Liberal Arts boasts award-winning student radio, television, and newspaper media and utilizes a state-of-the-art Performance Center.

The University of Southern Indiana’s vision is a simple but powerful one: Shape the future through learning and innovation.

Our mission statement
USI is an engaged learning community advancing education and knowledge, enhancing civic and cultural awareness, and fostering partnerships through comprehensive outreach programs. We prepare individuals to live wisely in a diverse and global community.

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “Choosing to come to USI has really been one of the best decisions of my life. I really feel like I have a home away from home at USI, and I’ve had such a tremendous amount of support from everyone that I’ve met, all of which has helped me become a much more confident and independent person.”

    • RaAnna Tucker ’20
  • “We’re such a strong, diverse, and unique community. We have students from all around the world, but it doesn’t matter where you come from—you’re welcome here. That’s the greatest thing you can have in a university.”

    • Diego Castillo ’23
  • “Within the first two weeks, I immediately was at ease. I was calm because my professors, the staff, my friends, and everyone around me just fostered this incredible environment where I could thrive. And I knew that people were there to help me; I was not alone.”

    • Elijah Toavs ’24
  • “I felt a great sense of love and community [when I visited campus], to the point where I didn’t feel like a visitor. I didn’t feel like another number that was on campus; I felt like a student, even though I hadn’t applied yet, and I still feel that way to this day.”

    • Perci Hale ’24
  • “I chose USI because I love that it gives me the best of both worlds: a smaller campus with a feeling that it’s big enough to venture out and try new things. I enjoy the academic benefits of small class sizes and the ability to form meaningful relationships with my professors. I also love that on USI’s campus, I see familiar faces all the time, which makes me feel like I’m at home.”

    • Jasmine Myers ’23