University of Evansville

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Begin your journey with the University of Evansville by applying today!

Apply for Admission

Thank you for your interest in the University of Evansville. We consider your decision to apply for admission an honor. There are two methods for applying to the University of Evansville: online electronically or by downloading and completing a paper application.

The University of Evansville waives all application fees.

Apply Online

You may submit your application electronically online. Please select an application you wish to learn more about and apply for online:

  • Undergraduate Admission Application
    For entering freshmen. Students may apply using UE's online application or the University gives equal consideration to the Common Application.
    Please review the essay requirements.

  • Transfer / Second Degree Student Application
    Transfer applicants are those students who have graduated from high school or received a GED and have earned college credit after high school. Second degree applicants are students who hold a baccalaureate degree, but wish to complete an additional degree at the University of Evansville.

  • International Student Application
    This application is to be completed by international students who wish to study at the University of Evansville. The University of Evansville gives equal consideration to the Common Application. To check your status as an international applicant, please e-mail: international@evansville.edu.

  • Re-Entry Student Application
    Students who have been away from the University of Evansville for one semester or more are required to reapply for admission. Re-entry applicants are those students who were formerly admitted to the University as degree-seeking students and have earned no more than nine credit hours elsewhere since leaving the University of Evansville. Formerly admitted students who have earned 10 credit hours or more are considered transfer students. Please complete the Transfer / Second Degree Application. Re-entry students who hold a baccalaureate degree, but wish to complete an additional degree at Evansville, should complete this application.

  • Non-Traditional Freshman Application
    Students, regardless of age, who have graduated from high school or received their GED and have not earned college credit. This includes students who may have enrolled at a college or university but withdrew before earning credit. Students interested in adult degree programs or graduate degrees, please visit the Center for Adult Education.

  • Intensive English Center Application
    The Intensive English Center (IEC) in the International Institute teaches English as a second language for international students planning to study in an American college or university.

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Application
    Admission into the professional program is selective and competitive; 40 students are admitted each year. Prerequisite science and overall grade point averages, professional recommendations, written application assessment, personal interview scores, and an on-campus writing assignment will be used to make admission decisions.

Apply Using a Paper Application

You may download and print out our paper application for submission by postal mail or by dropping the completed application off at our admission offices.

  • Undergraduate Student Application
    For entering freshmen.

  • Transfer/Re-entry/Second Degree Application
    Transfer applicants are those students who have graduated from high school or received a GED and have earned college credit after high school. Second degree applicants are students who hold a baccalaureate degree, but wish to complete an additional degree at the University of Evansville.

  • Non-traditional Application
    Students, regardless of age, who have graduated from high school or received their GED and have not earned college credit. This includes students who may have enrolled at a college or university but withdrew before earning credit.

  • Intensive English Center Application
    The Intensive English Center (IEC) in the International Institute teaches English as a second language for international students planning to study in an American college or university.

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