About the University of Evansville
Established in 1854, the University of Evansville, located in Southwestern Indiana, has a rich history that spans more than 150 years.
Since its inception, the University has enjoyed a strong relationship with the United Methodist Church, sharing with it a commitment to inclusiveness. Students savor a sense of belonging on campus and appreciate the significance of their personal and professional behavior.
Our 2,643 students from 46 countries and 42 states experience a distinctive curriculum built on exposure to great ideas, timeless themes, significant questions and multiple perspectives to prepare them not only for their first jobs, but for their very best jobs. Faculty members, passionate about teaching, prepare students for success in whatever directions their careers take them.
The University of Evansville has received national recognition for its dedication to international education and is ranked within the top 20 comprehensive universities in the United States for study abroad programs. In addition to studying at Harlaxton College, the University of Evansville's British campus in Grantham, England, Evansville students are currently studying in Italy, England, New Zealand, France, Mexico, Spain, Russia, Israel, the Netherlands, and Australia. University of Evansville students explore the interconnectedness of our global society and become empowered by realizing the world is as close as their own backyard.