University Center South 107
New Albany, IN 47150-6405
812.941.2000 • 800.852.8835
www.ius.edu/ www.ius.edu/cont_studies/

With more than 99,000 students on its eight Indiana campuses; with study abroad opportunities, teaching exchanges, and research partnerships on five continents; with 400,000 alumni worldwide; and with its commitment to providing high quality education to traditional and nontraditional students, Indiana University is both an internationally ranked institution of higher education and a great public university.

At Indiana University, students who cannot attend traditional on campus classes may earn certification, certificates, and undergraduate and graduate degrees not only via traditional classroom courses taught at on- and off-campus sites, but also via hundreds of courses available through independent study by correspondence and through such technologies as computers, the World Wide Web, online conferencing, electronic mail, CD-ROMs, videotapes, virtual reality software, and interactive television. Indiana University’s use of technology to deliver academic programs has in fact contributed to its being hailed as one of “America’s most electronically-wired” universities.

Indiana University Southeast (IUS) embraces the traditional goals of liberal education. It is committed to offering a comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduate academic programs and to providing research and instructional assistance aimed at expanding economic opportunities, enhancing cultural activities, and responding to the special and continuing education needs of the people it serves.

The IUS faculty consists of teachers-scholars who are dedicated to advancing knowledge in the context of a global society and who believe that being active scholars makes them better teachers. Students benefit from the faculty’s dual commitment to productive research and good teaching, not only in the classroom but also in the opportunity to work directly with professors on research projects.

IUS traces its history back to the Falls City Area Center, which was founded in 1941 in Jeffersonville. IUS adopted its present name and began awarding bachelor’s degrees in 1968. It moved in 1973 to its present campus in New Albany.

***NOTICE:  All students who claim an IU campus as their Home Institution and want to take a course from another IU campus must use the IU Inter Campus Transfer System found on OneStart.  ICN will NOT process these types of requests.  Please contact your ICN Campus Coordinator for more information.

Enrollment

5,270 students (47% full-time)
61% women, 39% men
4.1% minorities
97.6% from Indiana

Needed for Admission

Application for admission, application fee, high school transcripts (required if transferring 26 or less credit hours from previous college or university) or GED, SAT, or ACT scores (within two years of high school graduation). Campus visit and interview recommended.

Typical Costs

$172.00 credit hour for tuition (fees extra)
Fees subject to change.

Withdrawals and Refunds

The steps necessary for you to withdraw from classes change as the semester progresses.

Financial Aid

50% of students receive assistance
14% of aid is not need-based
Average award: $965 in grants/scholarships; $2,000 in loans; $1,045 college work-study

Pre-College Information

Advance College Project
Indiana University
1015 East Atwater Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47401
812.855.3671 or 800.255.7943
Fax: 812.855.3815
acp@indiana.edu
www.indiana.edu/~summer/precollege/index.htm

School of Continuing Studies
www.indiana.edu/~scs/index.html

General Studies Degree Program Information Specific to Distance Students
http://scs.indiana.edu/undergraddegrees/gsoffices.html

Dual Credit:
Available entirely at a distance to high school and home-schooled students nationwide, the Independent Study Program’s dual-credit program allows high school students to take introductory-level university courses and earn both high school and university credit for them.

We offer more than 60 dual-credit courses. The courses include introductory university courses that do not have any prerequisites, as well as the second-year course, Computer Science A201 Introduction to Programming I. Subject areas correlate to most high school course curriculums.

Visit www.indiana.edu/~scs/hs/dualcredit.html for more information.

 

 

For More Information


ICN Coordinator

Jen Meyers
University Center South 107
4201 Grant Line Road
812.941.2868
Fax: 812.941.2351
jsmyers@ius.edu

Registration

Mary Beth Nanz
Assistant Registrar
University Center South 107
4201 Grant Line Road
New Albany, IN 47150
812.941.2238
Fax: 812.941.2351
mnanz@ius.edu
www.iu.edu/~iuonline/index.html

Admissions

Anne M. Skuce
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management/Director of Admissions
800.852.8835 (IN and KY) or 812.941.2212
MRF: 8am-5pm
TW: 8am-6pm
admissions@ius.indiana.edu
www.ius.edu/Admissions/

Financial Aid

Brittany Curry-Hubbard
Interim Director Student Financial Assistance
800.852.8835 (IN and KY) or 812.941.2246
MRF: 8am-5pm; TW: 8am-6pm
www.ius.edu/financialaid/

Bookstore

812.941.2250
Bookstore@IUS.edu
http://ius.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/BNCBHomePage?storeId=35553&catalogId=10001

Library Support

Circulation: 812.941.2485
Reference: 812.941.2489
www.ius.edu/Library/

Academic Calendar

Visit
http://www.ius.edu/Registrar/SpringCalendar.cfm
for information.