Coming into Its Own: Indiana University Southeast

by Laura Ellis on March 3, 2009


Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Coming Into Its Own: Indiana University Southeast
In 1941 Indiana University opened the “Falls City Area Center” extension for students in the southern Indiana area. Now, 68 years later, the “Center” has grown up to be Indiana University Southeast. IUS now offers 6 Master’s degrees and 42 Bachelor’s degrees (among others); and in 2008 became a residential university with the opening of “lodges” for student living. Not bad for a little school without its own building back in 1941. Join us on Tuesday when we learn more about the history and future of Indiana University Southeast.

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