The University of Evansville Welcomes You!
Whether you are currently enrolled in a college or university, it’s been a while, you’re returning to UE to complete your degree, coming back for a second degree, or this is your first time through, the University of Evansville welcomes you! We are eager to meet you and help you discover how UE can make your educational goals a reality. Let’s get started!
For questions and inquiries, please contact:
Mrs. Cherie Leonhardt
Manager of Transfer Admission
Olmsted Hall, Room 104
1. Apply for admission and scholarship
Applying for admission and scholarships at the University of Evansville is free and available on our webpage or through the Common Application. For optimal consideration for admission and scholarships, it is advisable to apply by the following recommended dates. Applications will continue to be evaluated after these dates as time permits.
- August 1 – Recommended application date for fall semester admission.
Applications received on August 24 (first day of classes) or later will be deferred to Spring 2023.
- August 24 – First day of class Fall 2022.
- December 1 – Recommended application date for spring semester admission.
- January 10 – First day of class Spring 2022.
Transfer Scholarships and Special Reduced Rates
UE recognizes the academic accomplishments of our transfer student applicants and rewards your achievements through UE scholarships. You will be considered for merit-based scholarships at the time of application for admission.
Transfer Academic Scholarships range between $15,000 to $21,000 per year and are based on cumulative college GPA.
|University of Evansville Scholarships
Transfer Students* Entering Fall 2021/Spring 2022/Fall 2022/Spring 2023
|College GPA||Scholarship Amount|
|3.5 to 3.74||$19,000|
|3.0 to 3.49||$17,000|
|less than 3.0||$15,000|
For a complete list of transfer scholarships and aid, please refer to the Student Financial Services webpage.
2. File the FAFSA
File the FAFSA application to apply for need-based aid such as federal and state grants, work study, and student loan eligibility. The FAFSA becomes available to file in October each year. Indiana residents are advised to submit their FAFSA by April 15 for full consideration of state grant funds. UE’s FAFSA code is 0001795. FAFSA results are based on financial data reported on taxes two years previous (e.g. the 2021-2022 FAFSA is based on 2019 taxes).
If you would like to calculate your estimated cost of attendance at UE, please utilize our cost calculator.
3. Schedule a campus visit
If you have already visited, great! If not, please contact us to arrange an in-person or virtual campus visit. You know UE is awesome but wait until you see it and meet the people who make it great! Take a moment to schedule a personalized visit for a day that works best for you or call us at 1-833-BeAnAce (1-833-232-6223).
4. Access MyUE/Student Self Service portal for financial aid, billing, housing and meal plan application
Once admitted, you will have access to MyUE and the Student Self Service portal. Student Self Service houses many important functions. You can confirm your financial aid award, check your bill, register for classes (after your first semester at UE), and apply for housing and meal plans. We will send you a temporary password to login to MyUE/Student Self-Service a few days following your admission. For assistance or questions, please contact your admission counselor, Cherie Leonhardt, at CL29@evansville.edu or 812-488-2141.
5. Submit your admission deposit
To signify your intent to enroll, UE asks for you to submit a nonrefundable admission deposit. The fee goes toward orientation costs, with the balance appearing as a credit on your first semester tuition bill. You may submit your deposit online or by calling the Office of Admission at 1-833-BeAnAce (1-833-232-6223).
- Transfer/Second Degree - $150
- Transfer Freshmen/Non-traditional Freshmen - $300
- Re-Entry - $100
6. Register for classes
Once you submit your nonrefundable admission deposit, an advisor from Academic Services will assist you with advising and registration. Soon after the semester begins, you will be assigned a faculty advisor from your chosen major who will assist with registration for subsequent semesters. For those students who do not have the opportunity to preregister, advising and registration will occur during orientation (STAR).
7. Register for housing and meal plan
For those who want to reside in University housing, UE has many options, from traditional residence halls to town homes and houses. See UE’s Residence Life webpage for details about UE housing options, move-in dates, meal plans, and more. Once your nonrefundable admission deposit is received, you may apply for housing and meal plans through the MyUE/Student Self Service portal.
8. Submit required health immunization forms
The Indiana Department of Health requires that the following immunization records be on file with the University Health Center for all full-time students:
- MMR – two doses required
- Tdap - within the past 10 years
- Meningococcal - 21 years of age or younger, one dose on or after 16th birthday
- TB skin test- within 12 months of start of semester
It is recommended that you have a physical and get your health information form completed by orientation (STAR) to allow time for the Health Center to ensure that all required information is complete. Your physical examination form and immunization certificate must be on file before the first day of classes or your class registration may be cancelled. For questions, please see the Health Center webpage or call 812-488-2033.
9. Register for orientation (STAR or SOAR)
STAR: The Student Transfer Advising and Registration (STAR) program is a one-day event designed to help you transition to UE and to introduce you to the programs, services and personnel we have at UE to help support you.
STAR covers information related to student engagement, academic expectations and preparedness, support systems, technology, financial aid, and where to find your information and your account, as well as a brief history of the campus and surrounding community. It is an abbreviated orientation program designed with transfer students and non-traditional freshmen in mind. We encourage you to bring parents, spouses, or a significant other who will help support you as you complete your degree at UE.
- Spring Semester: January 7, 2022
- Fall Semester: August 18, 2022
SOAR: Student Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR) is a comprehensive orientation designed for traditional freshmen and their parents where UE is their first college experience. However, non-traditional freshmen are welcome to attend SOAR if they prefer.
UE provides further orientation and connection for freshmen through Welcome Week set for August 20-23, 2022. However, all new students desiring the experience, may register as a Welcome Week participant. There may be an additional fee depending upon your admission deposit rate.
Once your nonrefundable admission deposit is received, you may register to attend STAR or SOAR (and Welcome Week, if you like). Details can be found on the orientation webpage. If you have questions, please contact the Center for Student Engagement at 812-488-2371 or 800-423-8633, ext. 2500.
10. Submit your final college transcripts
If you are currently enrolled in a college or university, please request a final official transcript once courses are complete so that we can award transfer credits. Official transcripts may be sent to email@example.com.
Title IX Information
The University of Evansville is committed to fostering an atmosphere free from harassment and discrimination. This commitment includes identifying problems that may lead to sexual harassment and misconduct, as well as other forms of harassment and discrimination, by creating an atmosphere in which the entire University community is sensitive to preventing prohibited conduct. If you feel like you have experienced sexual harassment or misconduct, or other forms of harassment and discrimination, please reach out to the University Of Evansville’s Assistant Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator, Annie Sills.
Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, RUC 263