IU Southeast, one of five regional campuses within Indiana University, is a comprehensive public university serving Southern Indiana and the Greater Louisville, Kentucky metropolitan area. It provides high-quality programs and services that promote learning and prepare graduates for productive citizenship in a diverse society, as well as contributing to the intellectual, cultural, civic, and economic development of our region. IU Southeast’s mission documents, including the 2021-2026 and 2030 IU Southeast Strategic Plans, were developed with input from across the campus community. These documents are broadly accessible and identify the overarching objectives of our campus and the scope of our programs and services.
IU Southeast is engaged with and responsive to its varied constituencies and communities of interest. We respect both the aspirations of our students and the challenges that many of them face, and we endeavor to provide flexible programming, including a growing number of online and hybrid courses and degree programs.
The many initiatives that illustrate this commitment are reported and assessed for progress. IU Southeast provides curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students to develop strong competencies for working and living as engaged, contributing members of our community—where the overwhelming number of them will remain after graduation—as well as the larger global society.