Apply for Undergraduate Admission to IUPUI
Who should use this application: All Undergraduate applicants except those who are at another IU campus and want to enroll at IUPUI for a single semester as a non-degree student.
If you are a student who qualifies for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, please use the paper version of the application until further notice.
- Before you apply: Review key dates & deadlines
- Application fees are nonrefundable. Certain groups of students are exempt from this fee. Learn more about the application fee.
- Have you applied for admission within the past 18 months? Applicants who have submitted the Undergraduate Admissions application within the past 18 months should update their application, rather than submitting a new one.
- Make sure to list a valid email! It is important that you list an email on your application that is (1) valid, (2) one that you check on a regular basis, and (3) not a shared family account. You should also make sure your SPAM filters allow @iupui.edu emails. Following these guidelines will help ensure that you receive communication from our office.
Temporary Intercampus Transfer Students
If you plan to take classes at IUPUI to transfer back to your home Indiana University campus, please complete our temporary intercampus transfer application.
Review steps for applying to an IUPUI graduate program.
Though we highly recommend that you apply online, you may download copies of our applications here. Please note that applying with a paper application may result in lengthier waits for review.
Notice: applications that are submitted after the listed priority deadlines for each semester may not be processed by the admissions committee. Please refer to these dates prior to submitting an application.