University of Southern Indiana, established in 1965, is a public university located in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. It enrolls over 8,100 undergraduate students, and is known for its community engagement. It has a beautiful campus, dotted by trees and a picture perfect fountain & plaza area. It is home to a national literary journal, the Southern Indiana Review, and an award-winning radio station & student newspaper. The Screaming Eagles compete in NCAA Division II sports; their basketball, cross-country and baseball teams making it to the national finals! Notable USI alumni include Jeff Schulz, professional baseball player and Robert Titzer, author & inventor of book series Your Baby Can Read. The university, with its affordable tuition and nationally-ranked accounting & nursing programs, aids learning and growth.