The University of Evansville is proud to announce Jacob Green, of Westport, has enrolled at the university. He is majoring in Computer Science.
Green joins an entering class defined by its strong academic ability and diversity.
Members of the freshman class averaged 1176 on the SAT's critical reading and math components. (The national average, as reported by SAT, is 1011.) They also scored an average of 26 on the ACT, compared to a national average of 21. Members of the University of Evansville's 2012 entering class represent 31 states and 17 countries.
"For more than 150 years, the University of Evansville has provided life-transforming educational experiences, preparing students for lives of personal and professional service and leadership," said UE President Thomas A. Kazee. "Motivated students who have a strong commitment to academics and personal development are a pleasure to welcome to the University and the Evansville community."
Founded in 1854, the University of Evansville offers nationally renowned programs in liberal arts and preprofessional disciplines for its student body of approximately 2,400 full-time undergraduates. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked UE in the top 10 master's-granting institutions in the Midwest, as well as the top 3 "Great Schools at Great Prices." The University also has been named a "Best in the Midwest" by The Princeton Review, ranked among the top master's universities by Washington Monthly, and declared one of the nation's "Coolest Schools" for sustainability by Sierra Magazine.
To learn more about the University of Evansville, visit www.evansville.edu.
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