Academic Health Science & Research Center
A future Hub for Medical Innovation and Research in the Midwest
The Evansville Multi-Institutional Academic Health Science Education and Research campus in downtown Evansville has broken ground! To be completed by early 2018 the 149,000 square foot building will house classrooms, an amphitheater, and a state of the art simulation center.
Indiana University, the University of Evansville, and the University of Southern Indiana are proud partners of the med school. Along with the three universities, four regional hospitals have also partnered, including: St. Mary's Health System and Deaconess Health System in Evansville, Indiana, Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Indiana and Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper, Indiana.
According to Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke “Training resident physicians at home is important because we know 70 percent of doctors stay in communities where they do their training.”
Construction of the $61 million campus will be completed by early 2018. Economically the med school is projected to produce $340 million in annual impact by 2020. Already since the spring of 2014, 25 new businesses have started and 4 have expanded in Evansville.
Developer: Skanska U.S. HealthRealty
Overall Education of Population
(within 30 minute drive-time radius)
89.6% of adults (age 25+) in Evansville have a High School diploma or more
Education Level by the Numbers...
|Some College, No Degree||23.9%|
|Master's or Doctorate Degree||6.2%|
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2010 American Community Survey
EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES (K-12)
Evansville and Vanderburgh County offer many diverse educational facilities and learning opportunities to the community and region. Quality college education in Evansville is available at two outstanding universities and a state college. Primary and secondary education is offered through the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation, the Catholic Diocese of Evansville and other private schools. The Parochial, Charter and Independent schools not only offer additional choices and diversity, but also provide extra capacity for the educational system in our community.
Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation
The Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC) is fully accredited by the Indiana Department of Education for the 2014-2015 school year with an enrollment of 22,474.
The Catholic Diocese of Evansville operates 12 elementary and two high schools in Vanderburgh County. All the schools are State-accredited. The 2014-2015 school year enrollment was 4,102.
The two charter schools, Signature School and Joshua Academy, are sponsored by the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation's School Board. The Signature School opened in the 2002-2003 school year as Indiana's first charter high school. Joshua Academy became a charter school in 2004. Their combined 2014-2015 school year enrollment was 576.
There are four independent schools that offer other educational opportunities for children in our community. Their combined 2014-2015 enrollment was 1,263.
Evansville Christian School | Evansville Day School | Evansville Lutheran School | Montessori Academy
Ivy Tech State College
Enrolling over 6,000 students the Ivy Tech State College is Higher Learning Commission accredoted and a member of the North Central Association, they also offer over 150 programs of learning. For more information about Ivy Tech, visit their website!
University of Southern Indiana
Enrolls over 10,000 students in 80 majors through 4 colleges, the College of Liberal Arts, the Romian College of Business, the College of Nursing and Health Professions, and the Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education. The University of Southern Indiana also has an Advanced Manufacturing Center which is the only Manufacturing System of its kind in this hemisphere! For more information about USI, visit their website!