The 130-acre campus of Vincennes University Jasper is located on a quiet rustic setting south of Jasper on Indiana Highway 162.
Vincennes University Jasper was introduced cooperatively by Vincennes University and COHERE, Inc (Committee on Higher Education and Related Events) in February 1970. COHERE, Inc. was a Dubois County citizens action group dedicated to the improvement of education and cultural enrichment for the area. It was founded in 1960 and dissolved in 1978, having fulfilled its original mission.
In September 1970 Vincennes University Jasper opened its doors to students in temporary, rented facilities in downtown Jasper. Since then, the Jasper campus has served thousands of students in Dubois, Spencer, Martin, Perry, Crawford, Harrison, Pike, Orange, and Lawrence counties in Indiana. New buildings emerged and additional degrees have been added since this early event.
Admissions - VUJC has an admissions office on campus. The requirements for admissions are the same as the Vincennes campus and you can apply online.
Financial Aid - All financial aid awards are processed through the Financial Aid office located at the Vincennes Campus. Additional scholarships are offered exclusively for Jasper campus students. Be sure to submit the VUJC local scholarship form to see if you are eligible.
Directions - For the location of the VUJC, we've provided a link to Google Maps. Please contact the VUJC admissions office for more details at 812-482-3030 or 800-809-VUJC.
Career Center - Jasper Campus students may take advantage of the Career and Employer Relations at Vincennes University. Periodic workshops are available on the Jasper Campus.
Majors - Several great majors are offered at VUJC including the well-respected nursing program. Please view the list below to see if your major is offered at the Jasper campus.