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University Police Officers are in constant radio contact with Central Dispatch (E-911) and the Vincennes City Police.

Campus Policies and Student Right to Know

The Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 (also known as the Clery Act) requires all colleges and universities participating in Federal Student Aid Programs to disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses.

Vincennes University Profile Information

  • Information about Vincennes University enrollment, tuition, retention rates, graduation and transfer-out rates and more can be found on College Navigator, a U.S. Department of Education database. 
  • Additional information can also be found under Consumer Information.
  • General Information: 812-888-8888
  • Type: 4 year, primarily associates degrees, public university
  • Awards Offered: Less than one year certificate, one but less than two years certificate, associate's degree, bachelors degree
  • Campus Setting: Town, remote
  • Campus Housing: Yes
  • Student Population: 17,530 (all undergraduate)
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 19 to 1

Occupational Graduates Follow Up 2013-2014
Occupational Graduates Follow Up 2012-2013
Occupational Graduates Follow Up 2011-2012

Summary VU Student Outcomes_Reformatted 2013 CHE Wage and Workforce Report_May 2017.pdf

You may find our campus crime statistics under the campus police section.

To locate the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry, please visit http://www.icrimewatch.net/indiana.php. You can search by zip code. The university is not responsible for the maintenance of this site.

Find our statistics about Equity in Athletics (EADA).

Student Complaint Process
Vincennes University provides many support services to all students at Vincennes University. If you have a concern or complaint that you believe needs resolved please follow the process outlined below. We have created an online reporting tool for our Student Complaint process. This comprehensive process is a way for students – no matter where they are – to contact us with any concerns or complaints they might have.  Students should always try to resolve any problems with the University by first discussing it with those involved. Dealing with concerns in a direct and honest manner should be the first step in resolving the problem. However, if an issue cannot be resolved students should use the formal online complaint process.  VU students may initiate their complaint online.  All complaints must be submitted electronically by using the Official Student Complaint form. All forms will be submitted to the Dean of Students Office for processing.

To complete the formal complaint process the following steps should be followed:

  • Be sure you have attempted to resolve the issue by speaking directly with the individual(s) or office(s) involved.
  • When the complaint is received it will be forwarded to the appropriate individual or office to review and address the issue.
  • The formal complaint procedure is set up to take no more than 30 business days. To have remedy under the formal complaint process, complaints should be filed within 30 days from the incident. Complaints filed more than 30 days after the incident may not be accepted.
  • After your concern has been addressed, you will receive correspondence documenting the receipt and review of your complaint. Notice of the formal complaint will be in writing within five business days for the receipt of the decision from the hearing process.