|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Vincennes University Students||4%||10%||81%||9%||0%||1%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||0%||2%||1%|
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100% of students
In my experience, there was a waking point on the path I wanted to follow.
I had to drive every day for 30 minutes. Due to no on-campus housing.
Professors are really helpful and want to help you succeed.
There us so much coursework in every class, almost overwhelming
Vincennes University is a good school to start at or even finish a degree if possible. The teachers are nice and are very willing to help with any problems you might have.
It does not have a program that brings new students together.
I loved the professors and how they always helped students outside teaching hours. They get back to your emails asap. VU also has so many helpful programs, clubs, and other things for students to get involved in.
Parking is not good at VU. There is more parking for teachers than students. Students get punished with tickets and fees when it is not their fault the parking is bad. We also have to pay for parking.
VU has been a wonderful college, from student life to the great teachers that work there. Everyone there is happy and willing to help and listen to you. They really want to make sure you succeed in any field you are going into.
The only thing that I don't like about the campus is the parking situation on campus.
I like how easy it is to contact faculty and get answers to the questions you have. I also like how easy it is to navigate the campus.
Honestly, there was not much that I didn't like. The only two things were that there were no private bathrooms in the basic dorms, and that Vincennes only really offers undergraduate degrees.