The University of Evansville is an independent, United Methodist Church affiliated university focusing on liberal arts and sciences with professional schools. The five colleges and schools include Arts and Sciences, Education and Health Sciences, Engineering and Computer Science, Business Administration, and Harlaxton College in Grantham, England. The University offers over 80 areas of study and a full range of degree programs, including associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs.
Traditional majors popular among student veterans include mechanical, electrical, civil, and computer engineering; computer science; nursing; education; business administration; marketing; management; finance; accounting; logistics and supply chain management; and criminal justice. Accelerated bachelor’s and master’s degree programs and a bachelor’s degree completion program are offered through the Center for Adult Education. There are approximately 2,514 students (including full and part-time, undergraduate, adult, graduate, and UE students at Harlaxton) representing 46 states and 56 countries.
The University of Evansville participates in a variety of educational benefit programs, including the Post-9/11 Yellow Ribbon program for veterans, active service members and their families to help cover the cost of tuition. Students will find faculty, administrators, and staff are welcoming and ready to assist them to obtain an excellent education and help them to be successful while at UE and after graduation.
Student veterans at UE receive support from the Writing Center; Center for Academic Advising, which includes tutoring services; Office of Counseling Services with counselors specially trained on veteran issues; Center for Career Development; Office of Veterans Affairs; and an active student veteran organization. The community of Evansville, Indiana, has excellent services for veterans, including a VA Health Care Center and Vet Center, among other veteran support agencies.