University students are able to catch the bus at Huck's Gas Station on 6th Street. Students and families should contact Miller Trailways directly for more information.
Serves locations in Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Michigan.
Cost is dependent on length of route. Reservations can be made online through Miller Trailways. More information is located here: www.hoosierride.com
VanGo provides Wal-Mart runs for VU students every Tuesday and Friday. They will pick up students next to Harrison Hall on Indianapolis Avenue and on First Street between Godare and Vigo Halls.
Pick-ups will be made at approximately 1:30pm and 2:30pm EST.
In addition, students may ride to various Vincennes locations for only $2.00 on weekdays and $3.00 on weekends from 7:00am - 4:30pm EST. Call 812-886-3381 at least one day in advance to schedule a ride.
Sandy's Food Pantry
Campus safety is important to the University Community. With a fully-empowered police department offering a variety of services to our students, staff and visitors we are here to help keep our community safe. Vincennes University operates on a comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. Important links to help students, staff and visitors stay safe are below.
Parents and Families
Welcome to the Vincennes University Family!
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.
VU realizes that as each student learns to balance the load between social life, academics, and being away from home, there may be struggles. We realize that your student’s concerns are your concerns. We appreciate that you as parents and other family members are there to provide support and encouragement.
To assist you in staying connected to Vincennes University, Parent and Family Services is your connection when you have problems or concerns and are not sure where to call. Hopefully, your student’s college experience will give you a great sense of pride and joy as he or she grows into a mature adult. But, there may be times when you become perplexed, discouraged, or just a bit concerned. A good place to start is to sign up for our e-newsletter. About once a month, VU will send you an e-mail with important information, reminders, and helpful hints.
As your family navigates the college process continue to visit the parent pages. Here you will find information that will help you help your student along the way.
Does your student need academic help or additional support?
Find Student Resources including free tutoring, labs, and academic support.
First time on campus?
Another helpful resource is our college glossary. This is a list of words and terms you only hear in the wild world of higher education such as provost, bursar, and syllabus.
Is your student graduating soon?
Make sure you have your calendar marked and have all the details. For all the scoop just visit our Commencement pages for up to date information that will make this day one to remember.
In addition to parents and family, we welcome friends and visitors, too.
Frustrated and just want to talk to someone who has the answer - or at least knows where to find it?
Please contact the Office of Parent and Family Services. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in Governor’s Hall, Room 108, next to the Administration building.
Is your student newly admitted and you don't know what to do next?
Visit our Next Steps page. It is chocked full of great information about a lot of things - from housing, to placement testing to support services and more. Other assistance is outlined in the information below.
- VINCENNES UNIVERSITY WELCOME GUIDE
- DEAR STUDENT LETTER SPRING 2020
- SIGN UP FOR E-NEWSLETTER
- PARENT AND FAMILY START VU PRESENTATION
- INCASA Survey
Phone: 888-852-3940 or 812-888-5004