Resources for Undeclared Students
Wendy Thomas, director of the Major Discovery Program, helps students navigate the discovery process of finding and declaring a major.
This is your central headquarters for academic concerns. Housed within the Office of the Registrar, the Center for Academic Advisement can offer assistance with advisor issues, graduation checklists, and other academic matters.
A Major Affair
This social event is hosted each semester by faculty and students representing every major offered at Evansville. Come and ask questions to learn about areas in which you are interested.
Would you like to hear a student's point of view? Ask a peer mentor! Peer mentors are experienced students representing various majors willing to answer your questions and offer insight on many issues facing college students.
Our traditionally challenging classes have peer-led study groups (called supplemental instruction) held outside of class. The supplemental instruction leaders are students who have successfully taken the course and are trained to facilitate group discussions. Students who attend supplemental instruction sessions score higher grades, on average, than students who do not attend.
Career counselors provide a host of programs to assist you at various stages of your college career. Students exploring different majors can benefit from career-related testing to identify interests, skills and corresponding academic paths. Career counseling is also available.
Many elements of the University of Evansville core curriculum are writing intensive. Therefore, Writing Center peer consultants are available to help you with every step of the writing process, from brainstorming to proofreading. The Writing Center's mission is to help students become more comfortable with writing and become better, more confident writers.
Special Academic Accommodations
Need special assistance? The Office of Counseling and Health Education assists students with properly documented special needs or disabilities.