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With an acceptance rate of 95%, the University of Southern Indiana is not the most rigid in terms of accepting applications. Out of 4226 applicants offered admission for undergraduate programs in Fall 2018, 39% accepted the offer.
University recorded an enrollment of over 11,021 students from 90 Indiana Counties, 40 other states and 70 other countries for the same season. The highest number of students are enrolled in liberal arts programs.
|Application Portal||Undergraduate Application/Graduate Portal|
|Total Expenses||$34,595 (UG)|
$28,830 (For Graduate programs)
University accepts applicants all around the year. However, deadlines are specified for students interested in applying for a particular semester.
|Summer||May 1 (Session 1)|
June 1 (Session 2)
July 1 (Session 3)
|Graduate||Varies with program|
International applicants are required to submit documents in a sealed envelope with sign and stamp of issuing authority on all documents as well as on envelope itself.
In addition to some of the above essentials, graduate programs have additional course-specific requirements.
Minimum scores requirement for proving English language proficiency vary for undergraduate and graduate programs.
|Test||Minimum Required Score (UG)||Minimum Required Score (Graduate)|
International applicants are required to obtain immigration documents from university to apply for F-1 visa. University demands the following documents for the issue of immigration documents:
University of Southern Indiana enrolls students in 60 bachelor’s degree program. Psychology and communication departments have maximum number of enrollment with 350 and 300 students respectively. SAT/ACT scores are not mandatory for students above 21 years of age.
Where to Apply: Undergraduate Application
Application Fee: $40
University evaluates applicants on the basis of following high school courses:
University offers admission in 13 masters degree programs and two doctoral programs. Every program has different admission process with varying requirements and deadlines.
Where to Apply: Graduate Portal
Application Fee: $40
Admission Requirement: Common requirements for admission in graduate programs:
|Course||Application Deadline||Academic Requirement|
|M.B.A||Rolling||GMAT score of 500/GRE score 300 or 3.0 GPA in undergraduate with 2 years of experience or|
2.5 GPA in undergraduate with 3 years of experience, Resume, Contact Information of 3 references
|Master of Arts in English||Fall: August 1 Spring: November 15||3.0 GPA or 2.75 GPA with a major in English, Cover letter of 500 words,|
Writing Sample of 3,500 words, Three letters of recommendation
|Master of Science in Nursing||Fall: February 1||US RN license, Resume, Statement of Professional Goals, Two references|
|Doctor of Education||Fall: March 30||GRE score, One or two-page essay, Two letters of references|
International applicants must submit only NACES evaluated transcripts for graduate programs. All mandatory documents should reach university at least three weeks before the beginning of the preferred semester. International students with 3.25 or above GPA are considered for scholarship support.