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Two female VU students holding signs that say thank you and #blazersgive in front of fountain and Updike Hall on Vincennes Campus.

03/16/2022

Make a difference on Blazers Give Day, April 7

Blazers Give Day is a chance for Trailblazers to make a positive difference every day at Vincennes University. VU’s second Blazers Give Day is Thursday, April 7, 2022. The 24-hour University-wide online giving campaign and celebration of Trailblazer spirit kicks off at midnight. "The One Day That Makes A Difference Every Day" unites alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends anywhere in the world to make an impact that carries forward each and every day.
Elsa Telligman who received VU Foundation’s Dorothy Walters Memorial Scholarship

10/21/2021

Telligman receives VU Foundation’s Dorothy Walters Memorial Scholarship

VINCENNES, Ind. - The Dorothy M. Walters Memorial Scholarship Committee of the Vincennes University Foundation has announced that Elsa Telligman, of Carlisle, is the scholarship recipient for the 2021-22 academic year.
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10/18/2021

Knox County students receive VU Foundation’s Grabbe-Utley Scholarship

VINCENNES, Ind. - The Grabbe-Utley Scholarship Committee of the Vincennes University Foundation has announced the five recipients of its prestigious Grabbe-Utley Scholarship for the 2021-22 academic year. The recipients are Abbi Marsh of Vincennes, Lauren Haveman of Monroe City, Brittany Page of Freelandville, Mary Rent of Sandborn, and Emmanuel Smith of Vincennes.
Emilee Hall, recipient of the Bierhaus Doorway Scholarship

10/09/2021

VU Foundation announces Bierhaus Doorway Scholarship recipient

The Bierhaus Doorway Scholarship Committee of the Vincennes University Foundation has announced Emilee Hall, of Bicknell, as the recipient of its William M. Bierhaus Doorway Scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year.

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Perla Maldonado

My experience has been incredible. I have a good teacher. She is a very kind, understanding, and friendly person. My colleagues are very generous. I have met more students who have helped me practice my English.

Jabari Hunter

VU opened up possibilities for things I didn't even know about when I first started playing the piano. Joining the Blues Ensemble and Christian Campus Fellowship at VU allowed me to show the world who I am.

Marley Elder

I had a choice to go straight into the workforce or transfer to another school, but I stayed because I like the teachers. I feel like I’m learning a lot compared to other schools. The community is great. I’ve made lots of friends here. It’s just a nice, quiet, friendly community.

Fatima Ayala

I chose Vincennes University because I grew up in the town, and I wanted to stay close to home, plus it was affordable, which is the best.

My Vũ

Studying at VU has helped me prepare and cultivate my confidence, essential skills, and knowledge, and now I am ready for my new journey at Arizona State University this coming fall.

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