University of Evansville

Admission

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

Guidance Counselors

At the University of Evansville, we strive to provide all guidance counselors with the tools needed to help their students make thoughtful, informed decisions about their future.

Whether you want to learn if UE will accept a student’s credits, schedule a campus visit, or help a student apply to UE, we are happy to provide whatever assistance is needed. Please see the links below for a few of the tools most commonly requested by guidance counselors.

If you require additional information, or have a suggestion as to other information that should be in this section, please contact our Office of Admission at 800-423-8633, ext. 2468, or admission@evansville.edu.

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Destination Anywhere

Destination Anywhere

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

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Evaluation Form

Please complete this high school counselors evaluation form to help us evaluate your student's application.

Need Assistance?

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

Tuition and Aid

Learn more about scholarships, tuition and fees, the Net Price Calculator, and filing the FAFSA.

Admitted Students

Now that your students has accepted to UE, what's next? Find out about Next Steps or paying your admission deposit.

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Current Students

What is it like to be a UE student?
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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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