UE Announces 'Guarantee'

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The University of Evansville has announced “The UE Guarantee,” which will be offered to entering students in the fall of 2016. One of the five guarantees is students will graduate in four years, or the fifth year will be paid for by the university.

“The UE Guarantee is a natural product of what we already do. It’s a promise to our students that we will make the resource commitments necessary to continue providing the opportunities, talented faculty, and academic experiences that will lead to their success while at UE and after graduation,” UE President Thomas Kazee said.

The UE Guarantee includes the following:

  1. Graduate in four years
  2. Engage with talented and dedicated professors
  3. Receive a scholarship
  4. Get an internship
  5. Study abroad

UE says its mission is to provide students with an affordable, high quality education.

“One shouldn’t assume that a school is unaffordable based on the official tuition dollar amount, the so-called sticker price. For example, at UE, virtually all freshmen entering in fall 2015 received an academic scholarship, making the average net tuition price just under $13,000 for the 2015-16 academic year,” UE Vice President of Enrollment Shane Davidson said.

UE President Thomas Kazee says “The UE Guarantee” will get more students to look at the campus.
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