University of Evansville

Admission

UE students can choose from over 80 majors and more than 100 areas of study.

Welcome, Transfer Students

If you become a UE student, you'll join a close-knit community where we take a personalized approach to your educational experiences. Your professors will guide you in exploring your interests widely and then honing on a path that will get you to your career destination. The experiences you have here will take you far because they allow you to venture out into the world while you're a student to give your learning relevance and meaning.

What could be more valuable? And fun!

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Destination Anywhere

Destination Anywhere

No matter your destination, a UE education can help you get there.

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How to Apply

Find out what you need to apply and learn about our admission guidelines and deadlines.

Visit UE

Learn about upcoming Open House events and schedule your personalized visit to our campus.

Need Assistance?

Contact your Admission Counselor for question about UE or the admission process.

Admitted Students

You've been accepted to UE. What's next? Find out about Aces' Place or pay your admission deposit.

Hear from
Current Students

What is it like to be a UE student?
Follow our student bloggers to learn more about the UE experience.

Student Blogs

Becca Gervasio

Becca Gervasio

I’m writing this blog in ENGLAND. I’m thankful for a university that realized they needed to send me out to find my place and my education.

Emma Simonson

Emma Simonson

Developing relationships with professors isn’t being a “teacher’s pet” but instead is a great resource for help on academic work and on opportunities to advance your career experiences.

Madison Hendricks

Madison Hendricks

"You are destined to become who you choose to be." If you choose to be successful, you will be. If you choose to settle for mediocre, then that is all you will be.

Wade Mobley

Wade Mobley

Last night was just another example of how the University of Evansville truly strives make a global impact. A non-profit organization called Uncharted International, Inc. displayed a film at the Victory Theatre.

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