At the end of the workday, you’ll return home to an area that has been featured on several national “Best Of” lists. Southwest Indiana is as good a place to live as it is to work. The moderate climate provides favorable weather year-round. Home to Signature School, a nationally ranked high school, and four universities, University of Southern Indiana, University of Evansville, Ivy Tech Community College and Oakland City University, which supply Southwest Indiana’s workforce; additionally, with multiple healthcare facilities and a booming arts and culture sector, everything you need and want is in Southwest Indiana. More than 300,000 people already call Southwest Indiana home. We’d love to share it with you.
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Southwest Indiana offers a wide variety of arts, culture and entertainment for you and your family to enjoy. You’ll enjoy theaters, museums, historical places, art galleries, symphonies, zoos, sports and recreation, movie theaters and a casino.
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Whether you’re an employer or parent, having quality schools nearby is important. Southwest Indiana has outstanding public and private institutions to suit all your needs, from Kindergarten to graduate school. Most of the postsecondary institutions offer degrees directly related to local commerce, such as engineering, healthcare and logistics. Schools in Southwest Indiana will provide an excellent foundation for both your children and your future employees.
Business, family life, relationships—it’s hard to keep all facets of your life healthy, so we’re here to assist with your healthcare needs. In Southwest Indiana, you’ll find large state-of-the-art hospitals offering comprehensive services to local physicians and everything in between. Level II trauma centers at Deaconess Hospital and Saint Mary’s Medical Center of Evansville are available to help in every emergency. For healthcare professionals in training, Southwest Indiana is also home to the Indiana University School of Medicine, along with a vibrant health and life sciences industry.