Transfer applicants are those students who have graduated from high
school or received a GED and have earned college credit.
Second degree applicants are students who hold a baccalaureate degree,
but wish to complete an additional degree at the University of
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.
Transfer and Second Degree Applicant Checklist:
Please send the following items to:
Office of Admission Attention: Transfer Specialist University of
Evansville 1800 Lincoln Avenue Evansville, IN 47722
Official college/university transcripts from all
institutions attended. Please have the institutions send
the transcripts directly to the University of Evansville Office of
Official high school transcript sent directly from the high school you attended or copy of GED certificate. If you have earned more than 24 hours after graduating high school, this requirement can be waived. If you are applying to the nursing program, your high school transcripts are still required.
Dean of Students
Recommendation Form. This form is recommended, but not required for admission to UE. It should be completed by the dean of students in the Office of Student Affairs at the college or university you most recently attended or from which you have received the majority of your credit hours. Please ask the dean to send the completed form directly to the University of Evansville Office of Admission.
Recent photograph of yourself. Optional.
Official SAT or ACT scores (scores are often noted on high school transcripts). If you have earned more than 24 hours after graduating high school, this requirement can be waived. If you are over the age of 25, this requirement can be waived.
Financial Aid and Scholarships for Transfer and Second Degree
Financial aid and scholarships for transfer 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). This form is available online at www.fafsa.gov.
Refer to the scholarship and financial aid section of this application
to provide the necessary information and to check the appropriate
scholarships for which you wish to be considered. Students who qualify
for more than one University award will automatically receive the one of
the highest value. These scholarships are for full-time students in
traditional undergraduate degree programs.
Students seeking a second baccalaureate degree, unless they are
military veterans participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program, are
ineligible for University scholarship and grants. However, loans may be
available depending upon your situation. To be considered for loans, you
should submit the FAFSA.
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
*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.