NEW ALBANY, IN, (May 31, 2012) – Beginning this fall, Indiana University Southeast will hold graduate business and education classes at a brand new location in the 300 Building in Water Tower Square in Jeffersonville.
After several years of a successful partnership with the McCauley-Nicholas Building, IU Southeast will move to a larger space on the fourth floor of the 300 Building. The new lease officially begins on Aug. 1.
The new location provides IU Southeast with 5,600 square feet of space. Located at the foot of the Clark Memorial Bridge, it maintains the same ease of access for graduate students taking evening classes.
Moving to the new building will not affect scheduling for fall 2012. Students who have registered for classes this fall will stay on the same schedule.
IU Southeast offers master’s degrees in education, business, and liberal studies. For more information on graduate programs, please visit ius.edu/graduateprograms.