EAL Admissions Information
This form is for students who wish to enroll in the EAL program in Vincennes University's English as Additional Language (EAL) program. Please complete all information requested below.
Make sure you also fill out the VU admissions application. Choose the correct application for your situation:
If you are a US resident/green card holder/DACA/TPS, you can apply to VU at
If you are an international student, you can apply to VU at
Non-degree seeking students can apply to VU at
Following your admission in the EAL program, you will take an English Language proficiency test and be placed in the appropriate classes by the EAL department. Please contact Professor Emily Gannon by email at
or by phone at 812-888-5121 or the VU Admissions Office by email at
or by phone at 800-742-9198 if you have additional questions.
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First and last name
When do you want to start taking EAL classes at VU?
Date of birth
What is your marital status?
What gender do you identify as?
What are your preferred pronouns?
Are you a US citizen? Please note that your answer to this question does not affect your ability to enroll at Vincennes University.
If you answered no to, "Are you a US citizen?," are you a US resident? Please note that your answer to this question does not affect your ability to enroll at Vincennes University.
What race or ethnicity do you identify as?
East Asian (Including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Tibetan, and Taiwanese)
Black, Non-African-American and Non-African
Middle Eastern/North African
South Asian (Including Bangladeshi, Bhutanese, Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, and Sri Lankan)
Southeast Asian (Including Burmese, Cambodian, Filipino, Indonesian, Laotian, Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese, and others)
What is your family status?
Parent/legal guardian with a partner or spouse
Single parent/legal guardian (no partner or spouse)
What language(s) do you know besides English? Please write all languages down.
Do you know English even a little bit?
Yes, I know a lot of English, but I want to improve.
Yes, I know some English.
Yes, but I only know a little bit of English.
No, I know little to no English.
Have you studied English before now?
Yes, I studied English in school.
Yes, but I did not study English in school.
Yes, I learned it by myself.
Yes, I learned it with/from family, friends, or coworkers.
No, I have never studied English before.
How many years have you spent studying English? When did you first start learning English?
What high school(s) have you attended? Where was your high school(s) located?
When did you receive your high school diploma or GED?
Have you attended college before?
If you answered "yes" to the question, "Have you attended college before?," where was your previous college? Did you graduate? If so, what was your major and degree?
Which of the following best describes your reason for studying at VU?
I plan to take VU courses to complete a degree or certificate.
I plan to take VU courses for career/professional growth.
I plan to take VU courses to lifelong learning.
I plan to take some VU courses while I am still in high school.
I plan to take VU courses and transfer elsewhere after I complete my degree.
I plan to take VU EAL courses and transfer elsewhere after I complete my EAL courses.
On what days and at what time of day would you like to take EAL classes?
On weekdays (Monday through Friday) during the daytime (8:30 AM-4 PM)
On weekdays (Monday through Friday) during the evening (5-10 PM)
On weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) during the daytime (8:30 AM-4 PM)
On weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) during in evening (5-10 PM)
I don't care. I don't have a preference.
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