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IU Southeast will become one of the nation’s leading student-centered, comprehensive regional



Indiana University Southeast is the regional campus of Indiana University that serves Southern

Indiana and the Greater Louisville metropolitan area. As a public comprehensive university,

its mission is to provide high-quality educational programs and services that promote student

learning and prepare students for productive citizenship in a diverse society, and to contribute

to the intellectual, cultural, and economic development of the region. Its academic programs

include a comprehensive array of baccalaureate degrees and a selected set of master’s programs.

The campus is committed to offering educational programs and services which promote and

support diversity in all its aspects. The faculty engage in research and creative activities which

strengthen teaching and learning through inquiry into both the content and the pedagogy of

the disciplines and create opportunities for students to engage in applied learning. Finally,

members of the campus community are committed to using their professional and personal

expertise to address the intellectual, cultural, and economic development needs of the campus’s

service region.

Diversity Statement

Diversity is the valuing and respecting of difference, including socio-economic status, race,

religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, cultural and

international origin, and other groups traditionally underrepresented at the university and in

society. We grow and evolve as a university through seeing equality and representation as a

goal and human right for everybody. Indiana University Southeast is committed to recruiting

students from diverse populations and to making the climate and curriculum welcoming and

equitable. Students will leave the university with a raised level of awareness of the history

of equality and difference and attain international awareness, so that their understanding of

academic disciplines, society, and the workplace will be enhanced, and they will be receptive to

and promote valuing and respecting difference in their lives and in the workplace.