Application Information and Admission Standards
Thank you for your interest in applying to IUPUI. In the sections below, you will find vital information regarding applications to the University, including academic programs with separate deadlines, admissions requirements, transfer credit, and more. To access the information, click on the headline below for the section you wish to learn more about. When applying, please be aware of our key dates and deadlines for admission.
Admissions Standards for Freshmen and Transfer Students
Criminal Activity Disclosure Policy
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
If you are currently enrolled in either high school or college courses, you must arrange for a final transcript to be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The high school transcript will be reviewed for satisfactory completion of entrance requirements and a college transcript reviewed for credit evaluation. High school seniors who have been admitted prior to final grades and who then receive a D or F in a Core 40 course required to earn the Core 40 endorsement must notify the Director of Undergraduate Admissions to discuss enrollment options.
Military training will be evaluated for college credit. Please include a copy of your DD214 or DD295. You can receive up to eight semester hours of transfer credit for completion of basic training. Additional credits may be granted for specialized military training listed on these documents; however, the total credit will be limited to fifteen hours. Students who are admitted into Purdue programs will only receive a total of eight semester hours for all of their military experience.
Previous Attendance at IUPUI or another IU Campus
If you have attended another IU campus as a degree-seeking student, you are an intercampus transfer, and you must apply online at enroll.iupui. edu. If you previously attended IUPUI and wish to return, see returnto.iupui.edu for the steps to follow. If you are not sure of your status, call the Admissions Center at 317-274-4591.
Programs with Separate Deadlines and Additional Requirements
Submit an IUPUI application by May 1 and a separate application, available online, by June 1. Obtain the application at enroll.iupui.edu/dental. Call 317-274-4407 for more information on the program.
Freshman applicants who complete a minimum of five courses for college credit prior to entry at IUPUI for direct entry into the Radiography Program. This includes English composition, college-level mathematics (MATH 153), human anatomy and human physiology (or human biology I/II) as well as medical terminology. To apply, submit both an IUPUI application and a Health Professions Programs application by November 15 in the year prior to entry. The HPP application can be obtained by calling (317) 278-4752, emailing email@example.com or consulting medicine.iu. edu/hpp. Applications received after November 15th will be considered for admission under a pre-professional status. Applicants must then submit HPP application the following year to be considered for entry.
IUPUI employs 34 full-time sworn police officers. The full-time and student police officers are certified as law enforcement officers by the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board and meet the same standards as other law enforcement officers in Indiana. In an effort to provide protection and security to the campus, the IUPUI Police provide a number of services including over ninety yellow emergency telephones on campus which are direct lines to the IUPUI Public Safety Dispatch Center. These provide free access for people on campus to request any type of assistance. The IUPUI Police also provide or will facilitate informational sessions on any subject relating to crime prevention, security issues, and other related topics. In addition, students may obtain an IUPUI Campus Police escort to their car or another building on campus by calling (317) 274-SAFE (7233) 24 hours a day. All crime statistics are reported on the IUPUI Police website which can be found at www.police.iupui.edu.
Social Security Number
Please note that Section 483 and 484 of the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, as amended, provide the Department of Education the authority to ask you and your parents the questions on the FAFSA and to collect the Social Security numbers of you and your parents. State and institutional student financial aid programs also may use the information that you provide on the FAFSA to determine if you are eligible to receive state and institutional aid.
You will be assigned a ten-digit number that will be your University I.D. That number will be included with your admission correspondence. Your Social Security Number will not be used for this purpose.
Students with Education Outside the United States
If you are a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, refugee or asylee, you should apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. U.S. citizens who attend American schools or international schools that hold U.S. accreditation or Department of Defense Schools also apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
All other prospective students must apply through the Office of International Affairs. You may contact them for materials at http://iapply.iupui.edu/, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 317-274-7000.
Transfer Credit and Advanced Standing
If you have completed college level courses while in high school or have military training, DANTES test results, CLEP test results, International Baccalaureate scores, or College Board Advanced Placement (AP) scores, please provide us with official score results or college transcripts. Our office will then inform you how to check the credits that have transferred online. To learn more about these areas and possible credit, click here.
Tuition and Indiana Residency
Rules determining resident status may be found online at registrar.iupui.edu/resident.html.
Use of Ethnicity Information
Ethnic information is gathered in compliance with the definitions and procedures included in the 1997 revision of the OMB Statistical Policy Directive No. 15 and the U.S. Department of Education Final Guidance on Maintaining, Collecting, and Reporting Racial and Ethnic Data to the Department of Education (Federal Register, Vol. 72, No. 202, 10/19/2008). This information will not be used in determining your admissibility to IUPUI.
IUPUI prohibits discrimination based on arbitrary consideration of such characteristics as age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.