Indiana University Southeast is a public, 4-year university established on a suburban, 180-acre campus in New Albany. Students can choose from 50 undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates, as well a number of minors and licenses. IU Southeast provides the Student Success Center, which offers testing services, tutoring, and supplemental instruction, as well as the Career Development Center with a focus on underserved communities, such as LGBT+ students and veterans. As a regional campus of Indiana University, an institution with long-standing partnerships with social fraternities and sororities, IU Southeast is home to eight Greek chapters. The campus also houses the Wonderland Way art collection in the Ogle Cultural Center, as well as a Children’s Center that’s part of the statewide Paths to QUALITY™ program.