The strength of a USI degree is attributed to a rich student experience and academic environment. However, the University must ensure that students continue to reach their personal and professional goals in innovative ways. Students and faculty benefit from gifts to academic colleges and degree programs. These investments turn theory into practice, providing resources and new experiences. Every gift brings real-world interpretations to the classroom.
Donors to the Romain College of Business support online and library resources as well as faculty development, underwriting applied research and travel to professional conferences.
Contributions to the College of Liberal Arts help underwrite additional library resources and provide funds for faculty research and development opportunities.
Nursing and Health Professions
The College of Nursing and Health Professions prepares students for nursing and nurse practitioner careers and for careers in the health professions. Donors to the school help make possible additional training and clinical opportunities for faculty, academic program enhancements for students, and community health programs.
Science, Engineering, and Education
The Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education prepares students for careers in medicine and dentistry, mathematics, teaching, medical research, and engineering. Gifts to the school enable students and faculty to do applied research and to gain valuable skills at professional conferences.
David L. Rice Library
Making the University's Rice Library functional, attractive, and easy to navigate remains a high priority and an ongoing challenge to the library staff. Rice Library is the largest building on campus.
The USI Foundation office is located on campus on Clarke Lane, just west of Schutte Road.
8600 University Boulevard
Evansville, IN 47712