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Indiana University Southeast


The history of IU Southeast goes back to before 1941, when we were a branch campus of Indiana University located in Jeffersonville. Our story actually goes all the way back to elite British soldiers of the 17th century… the Grenadiers!


IU Southeast delivers valuable and respected Indiana University degrees and certificates in more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. We are adding programs constantly to keep pace with the emerging needs of the regional and global economy. In addition, students who want a more individualized approach may design their own learning journey via the Honors Program, the Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies and other online and on-campus pathways.


The Applied Research and Education Center (AREC) is an outreach service of Indiana University Southeast. The Center brings the research skills and expertise of the academy together with the practical knowledge and experience of local agencies to help organizations improve programming and services that benefit the community. The AREC brings current data and research to bear on issues that face our region in order to help local leaders make informed decisions and develop programs that can best meet area needs.


The IU Southeast Career Development Center is your resource for career counseling, internships, resume reviews, mock interviews, job fairs and employment search techniques.  

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University Ranking

World University Rankings by Times Higher Education
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Housing services

In our residence halls, you will find lodge-style living by the lake with all the comforts of home. More importantly, you will have countless opportunities to meet new people and develop lasting friendships while you are participating in the many social, educational and recreational activities on campus.

Library services

  • Indiana University Center for Cultural Resources
  • Indiana University Southeast Archives
  • William L. Simon Sheet Music Collection
  • Ars Femina Archives
  • Papers of Representative Baron P. Hill
  • Book: "Davis Floyd and Southern Indiana at the Crossroads of America in the Early 1800's and Floyd's Florida Connection" by Ernest W. "Bill" Smith

ICT services

University Information Technology Services (UITS) provides state-of-the-art technology services designed to empower you to accomplish what you need to do—whether you're a student, faculty or staff member. 

Campus life

Our safe, walkable campus is just six miles from exciting downtown Louisville, which offers cultural excitement and a wealth of famed events, alongside opportunities for internships and post-graduation employment in Fortune 500 companies.

The campus is home to a diverse and eclectic student community. Besides our core of traditional students who arrive as freshmen straight out of high school or homeschool, nontraditional students such as adult learners and veterans also play a prominent role in shaping campus life. Student involvement is high, with over 100 student groups and organizations. If you don’t see one that fits your needs, you can start your own!

Sports facilities

The campus Fitness Center is housed inside of the Activities Building on the far south side of campus and is dedicated to providing a friendly and safe atmosphere for all patrons. The Fitness Center has two new televisions, weight machines, a free weight area, plus a variety of cardiovascular exercise equipment that includes… Treadmills, Bikes, Elliptical, Stairmaster and Crosstrainers.  

Student clubs

  • 21st Century Scholars Association
  • Academy of Diversity and Inclusive Education
  • Accounting and Finance Club
  • Admissions Office
  • Adult Student Center Office
  • Advising Center for Exploratory Students
  • Alpha Phi
  • Animal Rights Club
  • Asian Pop Culture Club
  • Association for Computing Machinery

Indiana University Southeast is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (previously known to our campus as North Central), and will undergo accreditation review during the 2019-20 academic year. Because preparing for accreditation review is not like cramming for a final exam, the university has committed itself to a continuing cycle of self-review, as well as to the transparency that will allow each constituent will be as aware of the process as they wish to be.

New Albany, Indiana, United States

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