The University of Evansville was founded in 1854. It was first known as Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute. In 1919, the University was moved to Evansville and became Evansville College. It became the University of Evansville in 1967.
The University of Evansville – a leading private university in the Midwest – is recognized nationally for developing students' personal and professional competencies, cultivating critical and creative thinkers, and producing ethical, global citizens equipped to thrive in a world of complexity and change. We accomplish this by attracting and retaining talented and motivated students who succeed within a diverse, supportive, and sustainable environment.
From the time you arrive on campus, UE’s Center for Career Development works one-on-one with you to help you discover and achieve your career goals. Whether you are looking for an internship, applying to graduate schools, or preparing to step into the workplace after graduation, the Center for Career Development will work alongside you to make your goal a reality.
The Office of Cultural Engagement and International Services (CEIS) provides crucial student support services to international students in the areas of immigration regulations, academic advisement, cultural adjustment, and community interaction. Special programs for the entire community are designed to enhance the academic experience and to help all members of the University of Evansville community learn more about each other and the world in which we live.
The University of Evansville offers students a wide variety of options for on-campus living, with seven residence halls featuring living arrangements to suit each student’s needs.
Those students looking for a single-sex living environment will find what they are looking for in Hale (men) or Morton and Brentano (women) Residence Halls, while those looking for a co-ed experience can request rooms in Moore or Schroeder Residence Halls. Those looking to add an international flavor to their UE experience will be interested in our International Connection floor in Moore Residence Hall. If you are a more academically-driven student, consider UE’s Honors theme housing in Powell Residence Hall.
The primary mission of University Libraries is to assure access to the body of recorded knowledge and information required to support the instructional programs for the University, to afford interpretation of and instruction in the effective utilization of information sources, and to provide the physical resources required for access and use.
The University of Evansville’s Crayton E. and Ellen Mann Health Center has partnered with Tri-State Community Clinics to provide care for both acute and chronic medical conditions.
The UE residential experience offers numerous opportunities to support academic pursuits, personal growth, and community involvement, all while fostering the creation of lifelong friendships and connections. Please take a moment to explore the opportunities available to the University of Evansville’s residential students, and learn how living on campus can help define your college experience!
Want to make physical fitness a part of your routine while living at the University of Evansville? As a UE student, you can take advantage of the Student Fitness Center... absolutely free! Our students challenge themselves and each other on the racquetball courts, indoor track, aerobic areas, basketball and volleyball courts, lighted tennis courts, and weight training areas. Stop by today and make this a healthy school year! There is something for every "body"!
With more than 120 student organizations on campus, the University of Evansville provides countless opportunities for you to learn and grow outside the classroom.
The University of Evansville is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
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