News and Events
File Your FAFSA
Submit FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.gov to apply for financial aid for next year. This includes need-based grants from federal, state and UE sources; federal student loans; and federal work-study. Questions regarding the FAFSA should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services at 812-488-2364, 800-424-8634 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Advantage Program
The Center for Career Development continues to enhance the UE Experience by offering even more to our current and prospective students! High school students who are eagerly anticipating college life are encouraged to meet with the UE Career Development staff during their campus visit. At that time, they will discuss their individual results of a personality assessment designed to give students a clearer vision of the many career options that might be more appealing. If you have a student who is a potential Ace please consult with your admissions counselor about taking advantage of this great opportunity!
Career Travel Fund
Did you know that the University of Evansville’s Center for Career Development provides transportation to four Indianapolis career events throughout the academic year? These no- or low-cost opportunities are made possible by the Career Travel Fund through the generosity of the Lilly Endowment. The fund also allows students to apply for reimbursement incurred in career-related travel throughout the state of Indiana. Learn more about this opportunity and encourage your student to apply to this amazing benefit!
Financial Aid News
ATTENTION: FEDERAL STUDENT AID PIN HAS BEEN REPLACED BY FSA ID
All students and parents who use certain U.S. Department of Education websites such as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and studentloans.gov, will be prompted to convert their existing PIN to the new FSA ID - a username and password. Individuals who have never had a PIN will also be able to create an FSA ID for use going forward. Your FSA ID confirms your identity when you access or correct your financial aid information and/or electronically sign Federal Student Aid documents, such as a Master Promissory Note for federal loans.
Students and parents should go to fsaid.ed.gov to create an FSA ID before attempting to complete any required activities on these federal sites, such as using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in the FAFSA, completing Entrance Counseling, or signing a Master Promissory Note for Federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized student loans or the Federal Direct PLUS loan for parents. Online instructions will lead the user through the set-up process.