602 Old Wheatland Rd.
Vincennes, IN 47591
Phone: (812) 886-9900
Fax: (812) 882-4109
Older than the State of Indiana, this university was founded in 1801 and is the birthplace of one of the first two year colleges in the nation. It was originally named in honor of Thomas Jefferson and is now one of the top ten two year colleges in the nation with students from all over Indiana, as well as from 31 states and 36 foreign countries enrolled at this university. The 100-acre campus includes an array of modern facilities including six residence halls.
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The Old Cathedral Complex is home to the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier. This place is the burial site for four Bishops and the adjoining cemetery is a resting place for almost 4000 persons. Built in 1826, it boasts splendid Greek Revival architecture both inside and out.
Established in 1908 as a 25-bed facility, this well respected regional medical complex now contains 260 beds and offers numerous state-of-the-art medical services to the communities of Southwestern Indiana and Southeastern Illinois.
Located in the Daviess County of Indiana, Washington is one of the more historic cities that has continually boasted a steady stream of visitors owing to its eventful past which has been kept alive wonderfully. Old public buildings, court houses, broad shady avenues, traditional taverns and immensely welcoming townsfolk add much reason to stop by for a visit.