An Evansville organization that formed more than 40 years ago says its job is done, but before dissolving, it left one last major gift. The Southern Indiana Higher Education foundation is giving 900 acres next to USI to the school. The foundation formed to develop what is now the University of Southern Indiana. It purchased 1400 acres for the school in the 1960s. The campus currently occupies about 300 of those acres. The education foundation has decided to give the remaining 900 acres to the USI Foundation. The school says it has no immediate plans for the land.