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About the University of Evansville (UE)

The University of Evansville is a United Methodist Church affiliated institution and maintains a strong relationship with the church. Both share a commitment to inclusiveness which students can enjoy while on campus. Also, students gain an appreciation for the impact of their personal and professional conduct.

Life at UE is diverse from its student body to its distinctive curriculum. There are students from 44 states and over 50 counties, allowing a lot of interconnection. The distinctive curriculum is built on many perspectives. Students gain exposure to great ideas, timeless themes, significant questions and many world views. Faculty members prepare students for success no matter where their careers take them.

Students can explore a wide selection of more than 80 undergraduate majors and 6 graduate programs. Degree opportunities include: business, psychology, baccalaureate to doctor of medicine, and many more. Select the “Find your major” link above to find the perfect degree program fit.


The University of Evansville is highly recognized by the 2018 U.S. News & World Report’s rankings. It ranked as the best college for study abroad. It is also considered the top Midwest school for international students. Additionally, UE has one of the best business programs. It has a recognized engineering program with no doctorate among small private universities. These are some among many other recognitions.

Study Abroad

The University of Evansville is nationally recognized for its dedication to international education. The Harlaxton College study abroad program in Grantham, England, is ranked as the number one study abroad program in the nation.

UE students can study in countries, including England, Spain, Mexico, New Zealand, Israel, and more. Students will discover an interconnected global society and become vested participants in it.

Harlaxton College

Harlaxton College is a 100-room Victorian manor house in the rolling English countryside. It is not far outside of London, which gives students both a country and metropolis experience. Students share the manor with a community of committed faculty and supportive staff. They can connect with fellow students from UE and partner colleges. There is also opportunity to have personal family visits. If students choose, they may also meet and bond with local families.

Semester Program

The key part of the Harlaxton College curriculum is a British studies course. The course combines lectures, seminars, and travel for an interdisciplinary introduction to British life and culture. Disciplines include literature, art history, economics, history, and political science. To enhance the experience further, the course is taught by British faculty.

Courses from a wide range of other disciplines are also available. Some of which include: humanities, social science, engineering, and nursing.

Experiential Learning

Harlaxton students have many opportunities to explore Britain their way. They may take part in the Meet-a-Family program to experience local life, and there are also a variety of sporting events where students can play with the locals. Students can also travel throughout the UK and Europe. This allows them to gain first-hand personal experience of different cultures and histories.

Summer Programs

Harlaxton College offers a five-week summer session each year. The summer program has a wide-ranging curriculum and weekend travel opportunities. Courses are designed to allow for a variety of experiences, promoting student academics.

Undergraduate research ÔÇô UExplore

Benefits of doing undergraduate research with UExplore include:

  • Readiness for graduate school
  • Professional and life experience
  • Contact with faculty
  • Exploring personally interesting topics
  • Summer stipend and housing
  • Access to a variety of grants
  • Students of a wide range of majors and interests can apply for their undergraduate research proposals at UE.

Examples of Research Proposals

  • Business: E-commerce venture legitimacy and perceptions of trustworthiness
  • Physics: Modeling of Plasma Fluctuations in the Earth’s Ionosphere
  • Psychology: Influence of judge’s instructions and vior dire questionnaires on juror memory

ChangeLab Program

ChangeLab is an experiential program. It bridges the gap between classroom instruction and real world needs. Students join multi-disciplinary teams, to work side-by-side with top organizations on relevant, real-world issues. Faculty coaches and outside experts guide participants on producing practical outcomes for their clients.

The ChangeLab program gives students many opportunities. They use their skills to work on real-world projects to make a positive impact. They can work along-side students in other majors, creating an interdisciplinary approach. Moreover, students can increase confidence, acquire marketable skills, and more.

There are countless types of projects for students to do. Students can create a marketing and fundraising strategy for an archaeological dig, conduct market research using the latest neuroscience equipment, advance a community’s nutrition, health and education delivery service.

UEÔÇÖs living and student life

UE provides students with housing in an active living community. The UE residential experience provides plenty of opportunities to support academic pursuits. Residents can experience personal growth, and community involvement. There is a real chance to form lifelong friendships while living at UE.

Location & Contact

Address 1800 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, IN  47722
United States
Contact Kenton Hargis
Director of Admission
Email: kh88@evansville.edu
Phone: 812-488-2142

Majors & Degrees

Biological And Biomedical Sciences Associate Bachelors
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Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services Associate Bachelors
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Communication, Journalism And Related Programs Associate Bachelors
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Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services Associate Bachelors
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Education Associate Bachelors
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Engineering Associate Bachelors
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English Language And Literature/Letters Associate Bachelors
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Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics Associate Bachelors
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Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences Associate Bachelors
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History Associate Bachelors
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Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities Associate Bachelors
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Mathematics And Statistics Associate Bachelors
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Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Associate Bachelors
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Natural Resources And Conservation Associate Bachelors
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Parks, Recreation, Leisure And Fitness Studies Associate Bachelors
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Philosophy And Religious Studies Associate Bachelors
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Physical Sciences Associate Bachelors
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Psychology Associate Bachelors
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Security And Protective Services Associate Bachelors
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Social Sciences Associate Bachelors
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Visual And Performing Arts Associate Bachelors
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Admission Requirements
Required Transcript of high school record
Required for some programs Interview
Other requirements may exist (see below)
Recommended A minimum high school GPA of 3
One recommendation
Other requirements: SAT and/or ACT scores

Application Deadlines

Type Application Closing Notification Date Rolling Admissions
Other early decision plan December 1st Not reported
Transfer Not reported Not reported

Test Scores Accepted

Test Avg. Score Accepted 25th PercentileInfo icon 75th PercentileInfo icon
SAT Critical Reading 600 550 660
SAT Math 590 530 660
ACT Composite 25 22 29

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Other Payment Considerations

Guaranteed tuition plan offered No
Tuition pre-payment plan No
Tuition payment plans offered Yes
Student groups that qualify for full or partial waiver of tuition Minorities
Senior Citizens

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Student Body

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Hispanic/Latino 2.99%
Black or African American 2.99%
White or Caucasian 65.16%
American Indian or Alaska Native 0.13%
Asian 2.13%
Two or more races 1.96%
Other 11.06%


Male (44.06%)
Female (55.94%)

Campus Life


College-owned housing Yes
Housing requirements Yes
Housing options Co-ed housing
Disabled housing
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Freshman car parking
% of undergrad students who live in college housing 51%

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Campus events:
Student Organization Fair, International Bazaar and Musical Madness

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Most popular organizations:
Resident Students Association, International Club, PT Club, Newman Club and Venturing

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Men's Sports

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Baseball No Division 1 Checkmark
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Golf No Division 1 Checkmark
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Softball No No No
Swimming And Diving No Division 1 Checkmark
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Ultimate Frisbee Checkmark No No
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Women's Sports

Sport Intramural Intercollegiate Scholarship
Badminton Checkmark No No
Baseball No No No
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Golf No Division 1 Checkmark
Racquetball Checkmark No No
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Softball No Division 1 Checkmark
Swimming And Diving No Division 1 Checkmark
Tennis Checkmark No No
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Total Faculty
Student-Faculty Ratio
Full-time - 173
Part-time - 89
Male - 132
Female - 130