Dearborn County Resources

What We Do

We provide research-based educational programming and resources to the residents of Dearborn County. Proudly located in Aurora, Indiana!


Contact Us

Purdue Dearborn County Extension
229 Main Street
Aurora, IN 47001
(812) 926-1189

Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm


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Dearborn County Staff


Southeastern Indiana Purdue Extension Educators present a short series of educational videos to help you beat holiday stress.  Join the Facebook Group where videos will be posted weekly beginning November 22.  For more information click on the flyer below.

Quick Tips To Beat Holiday Stress flyer

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Help is here.  Find the resources available closest to your current location.  Just copy and paste the following in your browser for the help you need:

Indiana 4-H Needs You To Be A Broadband Influencer

Purdue Extension and Indiana 4-H are working together to gather important data from Indiana communities to 1) validate address and internet service availability on FCC map with designated link 2) Conduct multiple speed tests during all hours of the day for the next several weeks with designated link OR verify internet is not available or household is under served and 3) learn about and apply for Indiana Connectivity Program [internet financial assistance].

While families may have participated in other speed tests and broadband capability surveys, current data is required and Purdue Extension is using it's visibility in all 92 counties to call upon families and youth to add to the compiled data. With your help the federal government, in partnership with states, is deploying broadband funds through the Broadband Equity, Adoption, and Deployment program, also known as BEAD.

Indiana is receiving close to $870 million starting mid to late 2024. A map put together by the Federal Communications Commission or FCC, the government entity that regulates telecommunications, will dictate where these funds go.

So, we need to make sure Indiana’s broadband map is as accurate as possible.  

For more information click on the flyer below.

Broadband Flyer

Upcoming Dearborn County and State Extension Events