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UE President Tom Kazee talks about what The Big Freeze means to students and families at the University of Evansville.
Four years. No tuition increase. That's our promise.
We're committed to your success in the classroom and after graduation.
Learn about the variety of financial aid options available at the University of Evansville.
You're worried about the rising cost of college tuition. You're looking for a good education that prepares you for the future without breaking the bank.
We hear you, and we're doing something about it at the University of Evansville.
Beginning on August 16, current students and members of the entering class of 2013 will not see a tuition increase during their four years at UE. So if you're a current student, your tuition will remain what it is right now through the end of your fourth year at UE. If you are a high school senior thinking about UE, you and your family can rest easy knowing that, if you come to the University of Evansville next year, your tuition as a fourth-year senior will be the same as it is when you arrive in August 2013.
That's not all we're doing. We realize choosing a college isn't only about tuition — it's about making an investment in your future. The University of Evansville is committed to giving you access to the resources you need to be career-ready at graduation. That's why we have added staff and opportunities to our Center for Career Development.
The process begins when you arrive on campus as a prospective student with our Career Advantage program. It continues throughout your time at UE as you work to earn your Advanced Career Education Certificate. When you graduate, we will plug you into the vast network of UE alumni already succeeding in your field through our UE Connect program.
Locked tuition with many options for financial aid. Career preparation. More than 80 challenging areas of study, all taught by our talented and supportive faculty. These are the reasons why UE stands out. It's a smart investment toward your future success.
If you are a high school student (or parent) looking for more information about UE, please take a moment to browse this site or visit the main UE website. You can also request more information, schedule a visit, or apply to UE. The online application is free!