The University of Evansville said Tuesday that it was aiming to show students upfront what scholarships they can qualify for to "simplify the process" of receiving scholarships and knowing exactly how much it will cost to attend college.
UE says there's a significant gap between the "sticker price" and the amount that any given student actually pays, depending on the scholarships and grants a student may receive from the university in addition to other factors like state and federal financial aid.
The Univesity says it will simplify the process by showing students upfront what they qualify for. "Based on high school GPA or test scores, seniors can now determine which merit scholarship they qualify for in a matter of seconds," UE said in a statement on Tuesday.
UE has created a new webpage that provides greater transparency for prospective students in regard to scholarship opportunities and affordability.
You can view the University of Evansville's new Value webpage by clicking here.