Winter Intersession Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
Tuition and Fees
- The last day to drop a Winter Intersession course and receive a 100 percent refund is Wednesday, December 17, at 5:00 p.m.
- Dropping on December 18 by 5:00 p.m. will result in a 75 percent refund.
- No refund after December 18 at 5:00 p.m.
- Winter Intersession student account activity will be reflected on the UE student's monthly billing statement.
- 2014 costs
- $470 per credit hour
- $50 registration fee
- $21 technology fee
The University of Evansville offers limited financial aid to degree-seeking students enrolled in UE as regular students in the fall semester preceding a winter intersession course.
For financial aid purposes, the Winter Intersession is considered part of the Fall Semester 2014. The fall semester Cost of Attendance (COA) student budget will be increased as a way to help students qualify for possible loans. A student wishing to be considered for this COA increase should complete a Winter Intersession Financial Aid Application in the Office of Financial Aid by Tuesday, November 25. After completing this form, you will be notified of the result and told how to request additional aid if available.
In order to receive this financial aid, you must be enrolled in both the Fall and Winter Intersession. The disbursement date for the Winter Intersession loan will be December 18. No UE scholarships, employee dependent aid, or UE athletic scholarships are available for the Winter Intersession. Part-time degree seeking students may have increased Pell Grant eligibility as determined on a case-by-case basis.
If you are seeking such aid, you must complete the Winter Intersession Financial Aid Application in the Office of Financial Aid by Tuesday, November 25.