You must submit full and complete academic records from every university/post-secondary institution you have attended. Your records should also include any coursework currently in progress. Failure to submit all academic documents will result in the automatic withdrawal of your application.
If your school is from one of these countries and the school issued the official transcript in English, then submit the English copies. If your original academic records are not issued in English, submit both the copies of your original records in the native language and copies that have been translated into English by an official translation agency.
While an electronic of your records can be accepted to make an admission decision, once you are admitted you will be required to submit the official, original records in order to verify their authenticity. All documents submitted become the property of IUPUC.
Transcript evaluations by Credential Evaluation agencies are NOT necessary.
If you are a non-native speaker, please review our graduate standards for our English proficiency requirements.
If you are a Native Speaker of English and a citizen from a country listed below, you do not need to complete this step.
Your degree program may require one or more of the following tests. Minimum scores required vary and are determined by the graduate program.
For all required tests (including TOEFL), you must request that the testing agencies send official score reports to IUPUC. You may also wish to submit photocopies of your test results to ensure receipt of scores.
- GRE: Many graduate studies committees require that you take the Graduate Record Examination General (GRE) Test. Check with the committee for more information. All fellowship applicants are required to take the GRE.
- GMAT: Graduate programs in Business and Accounting require that you take the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT).
- CGFNS: Applicants to graduate nursing programs are required to take the Council of Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools qualifying examination (CGFNS) as a prerequisite for the State Licensure Examination for nurses in Indiana. Applicants must hold current nursing licenses in their home countries and achieve licensure in Indiana prior to enrollment in clinical nursing courses at IUPUI.
Graduate applicants typically need letter(s) of recommendation. Check with your program about any specific requirements for recommendation letters.
- Personal Statement
Check with your department for specific information on any of these items and what is required.