The Horizon

IUS improves despite enrollment drop

IUS Horizon

September 23, 2012

IU Southeast enrollment is down 4.9 percent from last year; however, there are misconceptions about the reasoning for this decrease. IU Southeast should not be blamed or punished for the factors which have led to the low student retention. For the past three years, IU Southeast’s enrollment ha...

Enrollment falls back for semester

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2012

IU Southeast enrollment dropped by 5 percent for the fall 2012 semester and has the smallest population out of the eight regional Indiana University campuses. Christopher Crews, associate director of Admissions, said IU Southeast expected a drop due to the demographics. “We expected and knew t...

IUS community copes with delay in financial aid

IUS Horizon

September 9, 2012

For this school year, there will be a delay in students receiving their financial aid, due to a law passed by Congress in December 2011. This new law being implemented by Congress will affect how much financial aid students can receive, how long they can receive it and how soon interest will begin t...

Bridge closure causes inconvenience

IUS Horizon

September 26, 2011

The closure of the Sherman Minton Bridge has had an effect on many commuters in Southern Indiana and Kentucky, including students, faculty and staff at IU Southeast. Of the student body, 30 percent commute from Kentucky. While 24 percent full-time faculty and staff live in Kentucky, 44 percent of part...

Enrollment numbers increase

IUS Horizon

September 18, 2011

IU Southeast’s enrollment numbers for this fall semester were released for this semester on Sept. 3. Overall, enrollment was up 1.1 percent in comparison to last year. "We have 7,256 students taking 73,840 credit hours,” Anne Skuce, director of Admissions and assistant vice chancellor for enrollment...

Fall semester enrollment exceeds expectations

IUS Horizon

October 11, 2008

IU Southeast has had a 3.9 percent increase in student enrollment this semester. The increase has exceeded the enrollment management plan’s budgeted goal by 400 percent. “Two years ago we started an enrollment management plan and our goal was 50 students per year for the next 10 years,” Anne Skuce,...