EVSC Early College High School
The EVSC Early College High School is a partnership between the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation, Ivy Tech Community College, and the University of Southern Indiana. The program offers students a unique educational setting that allows students to complete an Associate's degree or 60 hours towards a Bachelor's degree while still enrolled in the High School. Click here for more information about the EVSC Early College High School.
Students enrolled in the EVSC Early College Program may apply to take courses at the University of Southern Indiana during their Junior and Senior years. Please note, students will only be allowed to take courses at USI if they are NOT offered at Ivy Tech. Students who are enrolled in the program and interested in taking courses at USI should submit the application below.
High School Agreement
The University of Southern Indiana provides eligible high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to participate in advanced study and earn college credit by enrolling in courses offered on campus by USI faculty. Students must, in the estimation of the applicant's parents and high school guidance counselor or principal, be able to benefit from early collegiate study.
In order to be eligible for the High School Agreement (HSA) program, students must meet the following guidelines:
- Be a high school junior or senior*
- Possess a minimum 3.0 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale)
High School Agreement students are not eligible for financial assistance and pay current tuition and fee rates at the time of enrollment.
*High school juniors are eligible for enrollment in the High School Agreement program beginning with the summer session between the student's sophomore and junior years.
In order to apply, student applicants must submit the following:
- Completed High School Agreement Application
- $40 application fee
- Most recent official high school transcript
USI College Achievement Program
The College Achievement Program (CAP) is a cooperative program between the University of Southern Indiana (USI) and participating high schools. CAP allows highly motivated high school junior and senior students to take regular college courses in their own high schools at a reduced rate of tuition.
CAP courses are USI courses, following the same curriculum and academic standards as on-campus sections.