Colleges & Universities
Henderson Community College has been preparing students for work for close to 50 years. From its inception in 1960 as the University of Kentucky's Northwest campus, the college has grown to serve the region and today has
more than 4000 students.
Murray State University's Henderson campus has more than 800 students working towards both bachelor and master degree programs. Bachelor's Degrees:
- Business Administration
- Elementary Education
- Nursing- RN to BSN
- Independent Studies
- Telecommunications Systems Management
- Master's Degrees
- Education/Guidance and Counseling
- Special Education
- Business Administration (MBA)
The University of Southern Indiana is public institution for higher education located just across the river in Evansville, Indiana. With more than 10,000 students and 60 degree programs, USI provides a wealth of educational opportunities to the region.
With 2500 students, the private University of Evansville fills a unique niche in higher education. A comprehensive university, UofE offers a highly acclaimed international program that brings experts and programs to the region while sending students around the world.
Nearby Kentucky Wesleyan College is rated one of the best colleges in the Southeast by The Princeton Review and one of the top ten best educational values in the South by U.S. News and World Report. An independently supported, Catholic, coeducational institution, Brescia University offers undergraduate and graduate course work for career preparation firmly rooted in the liberal arts.