Apply - Admissions
Degree Seeking Students
We're so glad you're considering applying to VU! To get started down the fastest path to acceptance, submit an application for admission. After completing that, you will need to have your high school transcripts sent to VU Admissions Office. We suggest using Parchment.com to submit transcripts electronically to VU. If you have earned 24 hours of college level credit, you may qualify for a high school transcript requirement waiver to be accepted. If you cannot complete the application online, use the paper application found at the bottom of this page.
Health Science Application Packet
Once accepted to the University, students interested in majoring in a Health Science program must then apply to their specific program by completing the Health Sciences Application.
First, submit an application for admission. Those who wish to transfer from another college to ours, and who have credit they wish to transfer, should have their official college transcript sent to VU for evaluation. Once evaluated, any accepted credit will be added to the student's account prior to academic advising.
Non-degree Seeking Students
Students who wish to enroll in classes and not earn a certificate or degree from VU can submit our simple non-degree seeking form. This completed form must be sent to VU Admissions Office. Form found at bottom of page.
Military students interested in completing course work on military installations should contact their local representatives to apply and register for site-based instruction.
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If you are a student who lives outside of the United States, submit an international student application. Read more about international students.
Ivy Tech Baccalaureate Partnership
Vincennes University and Ivy Tech Community College are announcing a new partnership, which will begin this fall 2018 semester. This collaboration will provide a seamless, cost-effective degree pathway for students in high-demand, high-value careers. It starts with students completing their first two years and earning an associate degree with Ivy Tech Community College, then culminates in earning a Vincennes University bachelor’s degree in Homeland Security and Public Safety the two years following (for full-time students). This partnership offers flexibility to students by allowing them to choose to take courses at Ivy Tech Indianapolis, online, or a combination of both. Students accepted by Vincennes University into the program will transfer with junior status. Apply for this program
Have you ever wanted to travel the Internet, learn a new language, explore the mysteries of space, or create culinary delights? These are just a few of the exciting courses you can take tuition-free at Vincennes University! And, with your tuition waiver, you’ll save each time you take a three-credit-hour class. For registration questions, please contact the Student Success Center at 812.888.4451.
Download the scholarship form
To qualify, you must be:
- an Indiana resident
- at least 60 years of age
- a high school graduate or GED recipient
- retired from your primary vocation
- not employed full-time
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