University of Evansville
UE Parent Newsletter - June 2016

2016-17 Financial Aid Awards and 2016 Fall Billing Statements

The Office of Financial Aid is preparing 2016-17 financial aid awards for current students. Students should monitor the Financial Aid Self-Service area in WebAdvisor throughout the summer to determine if any outstanding issues need to be resolved in order to complete their 2016-17 financial aid award. As long as students have no outstanding issues, 2016-17 financial aid information will be available in mid-June via the Financial Aid Self-Service link where students will be able to monitor the status of their financial aid checklist items, view missing documents, and accept or decline their awards. Read more.

Harlaxton College Programs Corner
Holly Carter, Director of Harlaxton College

UE welcomes home the spring 2016 Harlaxton Class. Spring 2016 had 164 students at the manor studying a variety of subjects including biology, British studies, literature, art, music, economics, marketing, management, and sociology. Applications for Harlaxton Fall 2017 will be open at the start of the fall 2016 semester and will be due December 7, 2016.

If you have any questions, contact Holly Carter, PhD, LMSW, Director Harlaxton College Programs, at hc110@evansville.edu.

News from the Student Success Team

The Student Success Team is a group of UE faculty and administrators who strive to develop programming and improve processes in an effort to help UE students be more successful, satisfied, and informed. 

Does Your Student Need an “Academic Adjustment”? 

For Returning and Incoming Students read more.

Latest from the Office of Admission

If you know of a high school student who would be a great fit as a Purple Ace, please share the following information with them. Read more.

Meet one of our Newest Purple Aces

It is never easy coming to a new city, town, or even a new school. But what about a new country? Originally from Nigeria, Aaron Cochran has had to conquer all of those obstacles on his path to becoming a freshman at the University of Evansville. Aaron has risen above all odds to not only be admitted into a top-tier private university, but to become a Division I athlete as well. Although he was born in another country, Aaron eventually moved to the small town of Haubstadt, Indiana. The Gibson Southern High School graduate will be running cross country at UE for Coach Don Walters. As a Purple Ace, Aaron will start to fulfill his dream of becoming a social worker and helping other students, potentially even international students, who face many of the same challenges he faced in making the college dream a reality. The Office of Admission is excited to welcome Aaron and all other incoming freshmen to the UE family!

Counseling Tips for Parents:

Be a good listener.
If your student calls and sounds distressed about their campus experiences, listen, but don’t panic. He or she may have just had a single bad day and needs to “vent” to you, or it might actually be anxiety or depression. Remind them that UE counselors can help with stress management, positive coping strategies, or techniques to minimize anxiety or depression.
 
Questions?  Call the UE Counseling Services Center at 812-488-2663.

Women's Soccer

The defending Missouri Valley champion University of Evansville Women's Soccer team will host a one-day ID camp on June 12 at Arad McCutchan Stadium.

The camp is designed for high schoolers interested in participating in women’s soccer at the collegiate level. Campers will be challenged in a competitive environment under the direction of UE head coach Krista McKendree and her coaching staff. For more information, please contact Grant Williams at gw42@evansville.edu or 812-488-2084.

Protect Your Future and Your Family's Finances

What if you weren’t around to contribute to your household? What if you left unpaid bills or other expenses for your family to handle? And what if they didn’t have the means to pay those bills, or even cover your funeral expenses?

If you haven’t reviewed your life insurance needs in a while, now is a good time to do so. Our Alumni Insurance Program offers products and tools to help. A variety of life insurance plans are available, with lots of choices, including:

Life for Life® – Affordable, fully underwritten coverage with 10- and 20-year terms, from $100,000 to $2 million.
Life to 95 – Term life insurance for adults ages 50 to 95, up to $100,000.
VIP Life – Annually renewable term life insurance for amounts from $25,000 to $500,000.
Children’s Life – Insure all of your children for just one premium. Once insured, those covered by this plan can remain insured for life.
Accidental Death – Worldwide coverage 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Guaranteed acceptance.
All of these products are available to our graduates and their family members through the Alumni Insurance Program. Read more.

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