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he University of Evansville Students at the University of Evansville shape powerful and enduring change. UE is the first uni- versity in Indiana to be designated as an Ashoka U Changemaker Campus, and its change-making culture em- powers students to improve the world around them as #UEChangemakers. With over 80 majors and more than 100 areas of study in the arts and sci- ences and pre-professional programs, UE’s diverse student body represents 44 states and 55 countries. UE is recog- nized as the #6 “Best College in the Midwest” among private schools by U.S. News & World Report and is in the “Top 30 in the Nation for Financial Aid,” according to LendEDU.


Transfer and transform UE’s transfer admission counselor per- sonally guides each student through the transfer process. Each application is reviewed individually for admission and scholarship consideration. Need-based financial aid eligibility


is determined by the FAFSA (code: 001795). The transfer admission coun-


selor will walk each student through their financial aid package, which includes all scholarships, grants, and loans available to the student. Every college transcript is evaluated individually to determine how credits can transfer toward the student’s UE degree program. Transfer students are encouraged to visit campus to meet one-on-one with their admission counselor, professors in their field of study, career advisors, and current stu- dents. This is the best way to see if UE is the right fit for you. Once a student has made the decision to attend UE, they will work with a faculty advisor in their major to register for classes and build a graduation plan.


A campus dedicated to difference


Located in Evansville, Indiana, UE’s beautiful campus covers 75 acres. Several facilities, including Ridgway University Center and student town- houses, have received silver certifi- cations as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) build- ings. UE has earned several Excel-


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lence Awards, the top honor in the Greenovation awards for beautiful and sustainable businesses.


Face the future unafraid In today’s world, new career paths are opening up, and existing jobs demand higher levels of skills and knowledge. UE prepares its graduates to be career ready as they begin their professional journeys. Our students participate in undergraduate research, professional practica, and internships. They have


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