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Register for Family Weekend!
September 23- 25, 2011
Spend some quality time with your UE Student!
The Resident Students Association is providing a lot of fun for families
attending UE’s Fall Family Weekend. On Saturday morning from 8-10am, cartoons
and breakfast will be available in the Morton/Brentano Pit. Donuts, pastries, orange juice, and milk
will be served.
At 11am RSA will be
providing inflatables, games, and other carnival-themed entertainment. Look for
booths and other activities, such as face painting, that will be set up by the
hall councils and other student organizations. There is no age limit for either
of these events. Cartoons and the carnival are open to UE students and Family
Weekend participants alike. So, get up early for some Saturday morning cartoons
and a little breakfast, then hang around for some bouncy, inflatable fun.
For a complete Family Weekend
To Register Online, please
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Residential Housing Opens August 2011
When students arrive, staff will be available
for check-in. New students moving in on the Saturday, August 20 will find student volunteers that will help move belongings.
The University has an early arrival
policy in order to better prepare for incoming students. Unless students have
been pre-approved to arrive early, they should plan to arrive at their appointed
SOAR III Freshmen & STAR II Transfers
attending SOAR III or STAR II, may move into their residence hall between 8am
and 10pm on Thursday, August 18.
Freshmen & Transfer Students
All other freshmen and
transfer students may move in between 8am and 4pm on Saturday, August 20.
Check-in will be at their assigned residence hall.
All upperclassmen may move in between
Sunday, August 21 and Tuesday, August 23 between 10am and 10pm. Check-in will be
at their assigned residence hall. Note: Village check-ins will be located in
While residential housing is open on the
above dates, please be aware that no food service is available until the evening
of Tuesday, August 23. Meals will be provided for students participating
in SOAR, Welcome Week and approved athletic team practice.
Meal Plan Changes
Students wishing to adjust their meal
plans for Fall may do so until Wednesday, August 31 at 5pm. Here is a link
for making meal plan changes:
Change your Fall
Services in Residential Housing
Need a quick link to
services offered for residential students? See what is offered and provided by
following this link:
Other Important Dates
Labor Day (Classes are in Session): Monday, September 6
Fall Break (Halls remain open - No Meal Service): Saturday, October 8 -
Tuesday, October 11
Last meal served before Fall Break; Dinner: Friday, October 7
1st meal served after Break; Dinner: Tuesday, October 11
Classes Resume: Wednesday, October 12
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Current Student Financial Aid Information
Financial Aid Notification letters have now been mailed to returning UE
students whose files are complete. Awards may also be viewed on
WebAdvisor record also identifies the status of each type of aid you have
received and indicates if further action is required on your part to finalize the
aid. Please return all required documents as soon as possible to ensure your aid
will be applied to the August 1billing. If you have not yet received your award,
please contact the Office of Financial Aid so that we can help you understand
what is needed to complete your file and allow us to prepare your 2011-12 award.
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UE Athletic News
Swimming and Diving Earns CSCAA Scholar All-America Award
Both the men's and women's swimming and diving teams are recipients of the Team Scholar All-America Award for the
2010-2011 academic year presented by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America.
UE's women's swimming and diving team had the second-highest team grade point
average at the Division I level with a combined 3.59, while the men's squad
ranked 10th with a 3.3 GPA.
The Team Scholar All-America Award is presented to college and university
swimming and diving teams who have achieved a cumulative grade point average of
3.0 or higher. The award is presented to teams achieving this standard in the
fall semester and in the semester of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
Sainz, Wood named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars
University of Evansville men's golfers Michael Sainz and
Griffin Wood have been named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America
Scholars as announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America. A total of 138
players in Division I, 49 in Division II and three in NAIA earned the honor.
Sainz, who completed his junior year in the spring of 2011, is on target to
produce UE's second lowest career stroke average since 1990. The native of
Elgin, Ill. was the Aces number one player for the second straight season with
a 74.16 average and ranked number one in the Missouri Valley Conference in the
fall with a 71.4 average. Sainz, a mechanical engineering major with a
cumulative 3.28 GPA, was also an honorable mention selection to
the 2011 MVC Men's Golf Scholar-Athlete Team.
Wood, who will also enter his senior year this fall, was Evansville's number
two golfer overall with a 74.30 average, but led the squad in the spring season
with a 73.92 average. The Boonville, Ind. native qualified for the USGA's U.S.
Public Links Championship in both 2010 and 2011 and is on target for the Aces lowest career stroke average since 1990. A management major with a 3.35
cumulative GPA, Wood was also a 2011 first team MVC Men's Golf Scholar-Athlete
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President's Club Dinner Save the Date
For more information, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement
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UE Purple Spirit Packets
Attention Freshmen Parents - Purchase your UE Purple
Spirit Packets Today!!
Every year the Student Alumni Ambassadors or SAA conducts their annual sale
of “UE Purple Spirit Packets.” We encourage all parents of incoming freshmen to
purchase these unique packets for their UE student. It is a great way to tell
your child that you are proud of their accomplishments and wish them the best of
luck in their first year at the University of Evansville!
Each packet is $35 and contains the following:
Draw String Bag
· UE Chip Clip
· UE Lanyard
· UE ID Holder
· UE Black Pouch
· UE Key Chain
· UE Pencil
· UE Notebook
· SAA Advice Book for new UE
Please print out the attached form, complete and return to the SAA office
(c/o Monica Spencer, SAA Advisor, Igleheart Building, 1800 Lincoln
Avenue, Evansville, IN 47722) by Friday, August 20, 2011. Deliveries
will be made during the second full week of classes. You may also put in your
order over the phone by contacting the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at
812-488-2586. SAA members will deliver the packets to all on-campus locations.
Off-campus students will be notified of packets to be picked up in the SAA
Office located in the Igleheart Building. For more information about the
packets, please contact Monica Spencer at
email@example.com or 812-488-4065.
SAA is a student
organization dedicated to building pride and loyalty in the University of
Evansville. Our organization provides valuable opportunities for UE students to
network and build lasting relationships with alumni. All money raised through
this fundraiser goes directly toward facilitating our efforts.
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Double your Gift to UE with the Kazee Challenge
Generous UE donors are honoring President Thomas Kazee by
matching dollar-for-dollar Annual Fund gifts made by parents in the Challenge
group! Corporate matching gifts will be matched as well. The
Kazee Challenge will also “pay off” in another way if you are a parent who is
also a UE Alumni. Our alumni participation rate is currently 14%. Each time we
increase 2%, the Annual Fund will earn $25,000! So alums, please make a gift
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
- Make a gift today by
calling 812-488-2271 or visiting www.evansville.edu/give.
- If you have a
corporate matching gift, send in your form or enter it online.
- Spread the
word! Email, Phone, Facebook, Twitter…just let other alums, friends and parents
of UE know that you made a gift and you would like them to make one too! Don't
miss out on this great opportunity to have your UE Annual Fund gift doubled and to help increase the alumni participation rate!
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Health Insurance and Immunizations
Health Insurance Options
University recommends all full-time students carry health insurance. Student
health insurance may be purchased through the American College Student
Association (ACSA), the University’s preferred source for student health
insurance, or the student may rely on his or her own personal insurance policy
or his or her parent’s family insurance policy. Students who do not wish to
purchase insurance through ACSA must sign waiver cards providing the company
names and policy numbers of their personal insurance. Information regarding
student health insurance through ACSA is available on-line at www.ACSA.com or by
calling UE’s Health Center at 812-488-2033. Waiver cards are provided to all
incoming freshmen during the summer orientation and are also available from the
athletes are required to carry personal health insurance. Because of
participation in a NCAA Division I sport (includes cheerleading and dance team
members) the inherent risk of injury is greater. While the ACSA provided
insurance plan does cover intercollegiate athletic participation up to a maximum
of $5,000 per injury, UE encourages all student athletes to obtain insurance
coverage with higher maximum limits. Thus, the University has sourced preferred
vendors that can provide such plan options for purchase. For more information on
this alternative, please contact the Office of Risk Management at 812-488-2011
for information on providers.
Study Abroad Students
study-abroad students are required to carry personal health insurance. While the
ACSA provided plan offers Scholastic Emergency Services (SES), it does not
provide medical insurance for study-abroad students. To learn more about SES go
to www.uhcsr.com for the SES Global Emergency Assistance Services brochure which
includes service descriptions and program exclusions and limitations. If you
need to purchase medical insurance for studying abroad, please contact the
Office of Study Abroad at 800-423-8633, ext. 1085 for information on providers.
Other UE Programs
some current UE programs that require students (International Students, etc.)
to purchase health insurance due to professional, physical and/or logistical
demands of the program. Additionally, there may be new programs in the future
that will establish similar requirements. For more information, please contact
the appropriate department directly for more details of what insurance is
Students without Health Insurance Coverage
There is an option listed on the waiver card for the student to indicate if
he/she does not currently have health insurance and does not plan to purchase
such insurance. If this is the case, then the University cannot assume financial
responsibility for any medical expense necessitated by illness suffered by the
student while enrolled at the University. The student must acknowledge that
he/she is financially responsible for any and all medical expenses related to
any medical care he/she receives for preventative care or illness. Please
understand that some medical care providers may choose not to provide service to
students without health insurance.
Student Accident Insurance
For the 2011-2012 academic year, all full-time undergraduate and graduate
students will automatically have student accident insurance with a
per-occurrence limit of $5,000. This coverage is included as a part of your
Health & Wellness Center fee. This accident insurance will typically cover costs
associated with accidents, not illnesses. This insurance program will act as a
secondary coverage if you already have insurance. This insurance will typically
cover a deductible that your current insurance may not cover. If you do not have
insurance, it will be primary. For more information on this coverage, please go
to the following website
students are required to have a health card on file in the Health Center.
Mandatory documentation includes two MMR (mumps, measles, and rubella) dates, a
TB skin test with results within the last six months, and tetanus shot within
the last ten years. The meningitis immunization is provided to incoming freshmen
during the summer orientation program.
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September 25, 2011. Spend some quality time with your UE Student!
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Be sure they are, by using the easy online Keeping In Touch form just for parents! Your most current contact information allows the University to send you important information about campus developments and initiatives.
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Continue the strong tradition of academic excellence at UE; refer quality students from your community, high school, church or your own home to UE. The application fee is waived for those prospective students referred by parents or alumni.
Fill out the online form at
evansville.edu/alumni/referral.cfm to refer a student today.
Office of Alumni and Parent Relations
1800 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, Indiana 47722
Sylvia (Young) DeVault '85
Director of Alumni and Parent Relations
Assistant Director of Alumni and Parent Relations
Assistant Director of Alumni and Parent Relations for Career Development
Donna Jones M'08
Senior Administrative Assistant
Intern for Alumni and Parent Relations