Student Resources and Services
The Vincennes campus of Vincennes University is proud to offer a wide array of student resources and services full to help enhance our student's overall college experience. Whether you live five miles or five thousand miles away, you have several services to help you feel at home.
The Vincennes University bookstore is a great place to visit. Here, you will find your textbooks for classes as well as school supplies and VU apparel.
- Center for Career and Employer Relations
Visit this office for assistance with your resume, finding a job while attending VU, and connecting with future employers after you graduate. Career and Employer Relations can also help with discovering your passion in life with career quizzes!
Learn everything you need to know about commencement in one location. From important dates to book buy back - it's all here.
- Counseling Center
College life is a new chapter and can be stressful. The counseling center can help. As a student, most services are at no cost to you and all services are always confidential.
- Disability Services
The office of disability services can help overcome or compensate for obstacles related to a physical, emotional, learning or other disability.
- Housing & Residential Life
The Vincennes campus has seven residence halls, including apartment-style and learning-centered. Technology majors can live in Ebner Hall with other technology majors. Clark Hall offers an apartment style layout. Vanderburgh Hall is only for females and Harrison is only for males. Private rooms are also available. Each hall has its own personality!
- International Student Affairs
This is the primary resource for international students. If you are interested in attending a university in the United States of America, the Vincennes University International Student Affairs office can answer your questions.
- Maria Creek Chapel
The Church of Victory Service meets every Sunday morning @ 10:30 AM - location 36 E Harrison Street
- Multicultural Student Affairs
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs supports African American students, students of color, and underrepresented students in achieving their goals at Vincennes University by encouraging their academic, cultural, and professional development.
- Parent and Family Services
The Office of Parent and Family Services at Vincennes University is committed to serving students by providing assistance and support of the family unit through quality parent programs and communication tools as a means to facilitate student success.
For your safety, the Vincennes campus has its own police station and officers available around the clock, every day of the year. The police department also distributes parking passes for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The police station is located on 2nd street and an officer can be reached at 812-888-5555, day or night.
- Student Success Center
Here, students can seek help to register for classes, change majors, and find more information about various campus resources.
- Tecumseh Dining Center
From healthy choices to comfort food, you will find many options to please your palette in the Tecumseh Dining Center. Our chefs are knowledgeable about diet restrictions too.
- Trailblazer Newspaper
The newspaper is managed and staffed by Vincennes University students, with a faculty member leading the way. It is first-hand experience for students beginning with the first semester.
- UPCC - Student
The University Primary Care Center, with a registered nurse on staff, is available to you. For your health care needs, make an appointment or have your health questions answered by calling 812-888-7777.