As the parent of a University of Evansville student, it is our goal to ensure you have every resource you need to stay involved and connected to the institution and your student's higher education experience.
Below, please find several items often requested by parents.
For other information, please contact the Office of Parent Relations at ueParentRelations@evansville.edu.
UE Residence Life Closing E-Newsletter
A PDF version of the UE Residence Life Closing E-Newsletter is available online for download and printing.
Parents Association Today E-newsletter
Parents can receive a bi-monthly update on the latest happenings at UE. Sign up now. If you wish to stop receiving Parents Association information or the e-newsletters, please contact us by email at email@example.com to unsubscribe or choose the unsubscribe link in the e-newsletter itself.
A complete academic calendar listing important dates and deadlines for the academic year.
Academic Support Resources
View our list of free Academic Support Resources.
View our campus map.
The Center for Career Development offers a comprehensive Web site including information just for parents. Learn about the resources available to your student throughout their college experience to help them find and follow the right career path and gain valuable professional experiences along the way.
On-Campus Marketing with the UE Resident Students Association.
A unique service that allows you to save time by choosing from a menu of Ready Made Packages. A variety of packages offered including packages for finals, birthdays, and holidays. Look for a mailing in the near future!
Crisis Intervention and Counseling
After-hours emergency counseling: (812) 488-2051
For appointments: (812) 488-2663 - 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
A counselor is on-call at all times. Emergency counseling services are available after hours by calling the Office of Safety and Security at (812) 488-2051, and asking for the counselor on call. The office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the McCurdy Alumni Memorial Union. Appointments can be made by calling (812) 488-2663.
The University of Evansville has joined with other colleges and universities to provide free, anonymous, up-to-date information and resources to students.
The Crayton E. and Ellen Mann Health Center
(812) 488-2033 - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Access to health services is available to all full-time students at the Crayton E. and Ellen Mann Health Center, located in Sampson Hall next to the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration building. The health center is staffed by three licensed, registered nurses and one board-certified family practice physician. A nurse can be seen on a walk-in basis. The doctor is available by appointment, after an evaluation by a nurse.
Hours for the fall and spring semesters are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The health center is closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Summer hours are limited, and the center is usually closed during semester breaks and holidays. Students can receive treatment at the center without charge for most illnesses and minor accidents. In cases of emergency or those that require a specialist, students are referred to other facilities off campus. Since off-campus medical services are not free, all students are recommended to have health insurance. Students should be aware of health care providers covered by their insurance in the Evansville area.
Evansville Area Accommodations
We would love to have you visit UE, to attend a special event, participate in a Parents Association activity, or to spend time with your student for any reason at all. The following list of hotels should help you plan your stay while in Evansville. Many of the hotels offer discounted rates for families visiting UE, so be sure to mention you are a UE parent and inquire about special UE family rates when you make your reservation.
Special Events and Performances
Tuition and Financial Aid Information
Tips for Parents
Parents often ask how they can balance ongoing support with “letting go” as their sons and daughters begin their college experience. The following guide includes tips that might help parents with this important task.