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Total enrollment falls for eighth consecutive year

Total enrollment falls for eighth consecutive year

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2019

Total enrollment has dropped for the eighth consecutive year at USI, falling to 8,690 students. This year’s fall enrollment of graduate and undergraduate students is a 3% decrease from last year’s...

Trustees approve tuition increase

Trustees approve tuition increase

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief June 4, 2019

The Board of Trustees approved tuition increases for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 academic years at a special meeting of the Board of Trustees June 4 in the Griffin Center. Following a public forum on...

Graduate releases innovative, obscene card game

Graduate releases innovative, obscene card game

Riley Guerzini, News Editor October 16, 2017

Graphic courtesy of Sam Kuban If you are looking for something offensive and fun to play on Friday night, a USI graduate has a solution. Sam Kuban is the owner of Evansville entertainment company...

After Convocation, the freshman class moved to the Quad to take their Class of 2021 photo.

Undergraduate enrollment down; Graduate, CAP students up

Riley Guerzini, News Editor September 19, 2017

Excluding CAP students, total enrollment actually decreased from 9,024 in Fall of last year to 9,017 this year. Since 2007, enrollment has decreased by 922 students, not counting CAP students, according...

SGA gains graduate representation

Gabi Wy, News Editor January 28, 2016

Since joining freshman year, SGA President Alexa Bueltel had never seen a student appointed to the graduate member-at-large position. Today, the organization swore in Lauren Smith, a second semester...

Higher Ed. Commission approves English MA

Paola Marizan March 19, 2014

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education approved a Master of Art degree in English March 13. The program, which was proposed last year, will offer advanced studies in English for secondary education...

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