More than 40 percent of IUPUC students are adults 25 years of age or older who live and work in southern Indiana. Many are married with children and full-time jobs. They have busy schedules that require them to balance their work, family, and educational goals.
Whether you are 25 or 65, interested in taking a few courses on a specific subject or eager to work toward a bachelor’s or master’s degree, we offer credit and noncredit programs that meet your needs.
If you have an associate's degree, you may be able to apply those credits as a transfer student toward a bachelor’s degree.
STEP 1: Apply for Admission
If you are a high school graduate or have a GED, have never attended a college or university, or have 12 or fewer college credits, you are an undergraduate student.
You have three options to apply for admission:
- Apply online.
- Download a paper application.
- Contact us at 812.348.7390 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application packet.
Include your one-time, non-refundable $50 application fee.
You may schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor. Bring copies of your GED results or high school and/or college transcripts to the appointment. You do not need to have taken SAT or ACT exams, although if you have scores from either, bring those with you as well.
If you already have a bachelor’s degree and want to earn a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) or Master of Arts (M.A.) in Mental Health Counseling, please review the admission processes for those programs.
STEP 2: Apply for Financial Aid
STEP 3: Waiting for Admission Decision
STEP 4: After Admission
- You will receive a letter notifying you of the admission decision. If accepted, the letter will contain your student ID number and other information.
- Once you receive your student ID number, establish your IU technology accounts.
- Contact University College at email@example.com or 812.348.7200 for next steps, including the name of your academic advisor, information about any required placement testing, and student orientation.
- Complete placement testing if indicated.
- Attend a new student orientation session as soon as possible.
- Meet with your academic advisor.
- Register for classes via OneIU.