Education

Colleges and Universities in Gibson County


Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana – Princeton Career and Technology Center
City: Princeton, Indiana
Description:

  • Part of Indiana’s community college system of 24 campuses throughout the state
  • Provides technical and vocational education for various industries
  • Offers 200 academic programs for career development certificates, technical certificates, and associate degrees

Ivy Tech Community College - Princeton Career & Technology Center

Visit Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana’s Website

Oakland City University
City: Oakland City, Indiana
Description:

  • A private university founded in 1885 and the only General Baptist Church-affiliated University in the U.S. 
  • Satellite campuses are located in Indianapolis, Rockport, Evansville, and Bedford, Indiana
  • Main campus business programs are accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education

Visit Oakland City University’s Website

Vincennes University Advanced Manufacturing Center
City: Fort Branch, Indiana
Proximity to Gibson County: Within Gibson County
Description:

  • State-of-the-art $12 million facility located in the heart of Gibson County focusing on Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics
  • Enhanced training will meet the needs of expanding industry in Gibson County, Indiana, and the Evansville, Indiana, area
  • Programming focus on logistics and distribution, computer-integrated manufacturing, injection molding/tool and die, robotics, welding, electronics, industrial maintenance, and mining technology

Visit Vincennes University’s Gibson County Website

 


Universities and Colleges in Neighboring Counties:

University of Evansville
U.S. News & World Report ranked UE #9 overall and #3 Best Value among Regional (Midwest) universities in 2014. UE has a robust engineering program with some specialties ABET-accredited since 1970. Also, its theatre department is nationally renowned.

University of Southern Indiana
Located in Evansville, IN, the University of Southern Indiana is the fastest growing public university in the state of Indiana and is home to the new$3.3 million Applied Engineering Center, a valuable community asset featuring equipment showpiece MPS Transfer Factory Manufacturing System built by German company Festo, a leading world-wide supplier of automation technology and the performance leader in industrial training and education; and, of which only two exist worldwide.

Vincennes University – Main Campus
City: Vincennes, Indiana
Proximity to Gibson County: 15 miles

Wabash Valley College
City: Mt. Carmel, Illinois
Proximity to Gibson County: 10 miles


Gibson County School Corporations

East Gibson School Corporation
www.egsc.k12.in.us

North Gibson School Corporation
www.ngsc.k12.in.us

South Gibson School Corporation
www.sgibson.k12.in.u