Is IU Southeast the right fit for you?
Located just over the Ohio River from Louisville, IU Southeast offers a close-knit campus experience next to the bright lights of the city—plus the area’s most affordable four-year degree, with in-state tuition for seven Kentucky counties. Academic programs are designed to fit students’ current lives while giving them practical tools to prepare for the future, and internship opportunities at Fortune 500 companies in Louisville offer valuable real-world experience in a variety of fields.
On campus, student life buzzes with more than 100 groups and organizations, intramural and competitive athletics, and a diverse community of all ages and walks of life.
More to consider
- Students admitted to IU Southeast have an average high school GPA of 3.24 (out of 4.0).
- 72% of IU Southeast undergraduates are full-time students.
- IU Southeast offers five residence lodges for on-campus housing.
All statistics are current as of 2019.
- All statistics are current as of 2020.
How to apply to IU Southeast
High school students, transfer students, and new adult students should all apply to IU Southeast with the Apply IU application.
IU Southeast accepts applications on a rolling basis. Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible, especially if you plan to apply for scholarships and financial aid.
Applications are reviewed as quickly as possible, in the order they’re received. You’ll hear directly from IU Southeast Admissions about whether or not you’ve been admitted.
Deadlines to watch
Scholarship priority deadline: March 10
Financial aid priority deadline: March 10
IU Southeast Admissions resources and support
Find where to learn more about different IU Southeast opportunities and application types.
IU Southeast Admissions is here to help
Have questions? Reach out directly to IU Southeast Admissions.
Office of Admissions
4201 Grant Line Rd.
New Albany, IN
812-941-2212 (or toll-free: 800-852-8835)