Southern Indiana is home to three different college campuses representing major universities in Indiana. Indiana University Southeast, Purdue Polytechnic New Albany, and Ivy Tech Community College are actively educating the workforce of tomorrow and offering training opportunities to the workforce of today.
Indiana University Southeast (IUS), a regional campus of Indiana University, is a four-year public university located in New Albany, Indiana. The 179-acre campus is located minutes from AP Business Park and America Place Winner's Circle, and just six miles from downtown Louisville. Founded in 1941, IUS offers a variety of educational and degree programs to prepare students of all ages to contribute to the growth and development of our region.
Purdue Polytechnic New Albany offers technology courses and nine different Bachelor of Science degree programs: animation, computer graphics technology, electrical engineering technology, engineering technology, industrial engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology, organizational leadership and supervision, supply chain management technology, and web programming and design. Courses are taught at the Purdue Technology Center of Southeast Indiana, a state-of-the-art facility that also serves as Purdue Research Park facility.
Kentucky residents of Jefferson, Oldham, Meade, Bullitt, Shelby and Trimble counties pay Indiana in-state tuition rates at the Purdue Polytechnic Institute's New Albany location.
Ivy Tech Community College – Sellersburg Campus is part of the state's largest public postsecondary institution and the nation's largest singly accredited statewide community college system.
Ivy Tech has campuses throughout Indiana. It serves as the state's engine of workforce development, offering affordable degree programs and training that are aligned with the needs of its community along with courses and programs that transfer to other colleges and universities in Indiana. Ivy Tech’s Corporate College program also offers customized training, assessment, and professional development opportunities to companies choosing to locate in the region.
University of Louisville is the largest public university in the Louisville / Southern Indiana Metro area with over 20,000 students and boast a history of academic excellence since 1798. Central campus is under 8 miles away from America Place Business Park. "From Mozart to medicine, find your one-of-a-kind learning experience through our 12 schools and colleges. With more than 200 degree programs in our schools, you have the flexibility to explore education paths and career options that are just right for you." Schools & Departments.
Bellarmine University is the premier independent Catholic University in the South. A Vibrant community of educational excellence and ethical awareness that consistently ranks among the nation's best colleges and universities. Students pursue an education based in the liberal arts, and in the distinguished, inclusive Catholic tradition of educational excellence, the oldest and most rewarding in the western world. A diverse student body from 31 states and 18 foreign countries, represent 37 nationalities attend the school.
Sullivan University offers career-focused higher education for people with higher goals. We’ll help you chose a degree program, on campus or online. When you graduate, we’ll assist you in finding career opportunities.
At Jefferson Community and Technical College system, we are proud to help our students on six campuses. Our goal is to provide our students with a high-quality, affordable education. Spread across six campuses, and classed during daytime, evening, weekends, and online JCTC has you covered.
JCPS is a leading urban school district that provides a high-quality education for more than 100,000 students (about 1 of every 7 students in Kentucky). Parents can choose the school and the programs that best meet their child's needs and match his or her learning style. From preschool to adult education, JCPS is known for educational innovation, for dedication to students, and for highly qualified teachers and administrators.
The Oldham County School District is located approximately 20 miles northeast of Louisville and serves over 12,000 students. While Kentucky schools have gone through numerous transitional phases in curriculum and assessment and are embarking on an entirely new accountability system, Oldham County Schools continues to rank among the highest-performing school districts on various academic achievement and college readiness assessments.
Louisville Catholic Schools invites all families to entrust their children to our care and join a community of dedicated educators, parents, and advocates. Together, we guide our students on a sacred journey and mold them in their most formative years with the profound understanding that they are a reflection of their experiences.