Students who have been away from the University of Evansville for one
semester or more are required to reapply for admission.
Re-entry applicants are those students who were formerly admitted to the University as degree-seeking students and have not been to another institution since leaving the University of Evansville. Formerly admitted students who have completed credit hours elsewhere after leaving the University of Evansville are considered Transfer Students. Please complete the Transfer
/ Second Degree Application.
The application deadline for Fall 2014 is August 1, 2014. Students may apply after that time, but will be accepted on a space-available basis.
Financial Aid and Scholarships for Re-entry Students
Financial aid and scholarships for re-entry students are determined on
an individual basis. To be considered for federal, state, and University
funding, you should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. It may be
possible for scholarships to be reinstated for re-entry students
depending upon how long the student has been away from the University of
Application Deadline and Admission Deposit
We realize that often the decision to enroll may not be made until
shortly before the semester actually begins. However, the earlier you
apply and deposit, the better your chances are for campus housing,
financial aid, scholarships, and class selection. Therefore,
applications and admission deposits are accepted on a rolling basis.
Once you are admitted and decide to attend the University of Evansville, it is important that you submit your $300 deposit* as soon as possible. The deposit reserves your place at the
University and in University housing. It also covers costs related to
advising and registration. If you do not plan to live in University
housing, the balance of your deposit will be credited toward your
tuition costs. Information about academic advising, class registration,
and housing will be sent to you once your deposit is received. Housing
is assigned on a space-available basis. Early application and deposit
are strongly recommended.
*By submitting the $300 deposit, you are indicating UE is your final college choice. If your enrollment intentions change after submitting the deposit, you must write or e-mail UE's Office of Admission informing the staff of your intent to cancel your enrollment. Your deposit will be refunded if written notice of cancellation is received in the Office of Admission by May 1 for the fall semester or November 1 for the spring semester.