Undergraduate Admission for Beginning FreshmanAt IUPUC we carefully review each application for its individual merits and qualities. In particular, we consider factors that emphasize academic performance and preparation, the strength and quality of the high school curriculum, recent grade trends, and class rank.
We use the following standards when making admission decisions:
- You must have completed or will complete secondary school by the time of enrollment;
- Though no grade point average guarantees admission to IUPUC, we look for applicants who have demonstrated a "B" average ( above average marks), with strong grades in math and science;
- Competitive programs may require additional qualifications for direct admission;
- SAT or ACT exam scores are not required for admission;
- You must meet our English language Proficiency standards.
If you have not done so already, please contact the program to which you are applying for program-specific application requirements, instructions, and deadlines.
Please do not submit duplicate applications using different methods. Duplicate application fee payments cannot be refunded.
- English Proficiency Verification
- Official Academic Records
- Test Scores
- Financial Support Agreement and Expenses
- Immigration Documentation
- Letters of Recommendation
The application fee is not refundable and is required of all applicants and may be made with a major credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or AmEx).
Your department 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).
Non-U.S. residents: Submit a photocopy of your passport page showing your name and date of birth. If you are currently in the U.S., submit a photocopy of your I-94 Arrival/Departure Record and visa stamp.
U.S. residents, refugees, or asylees: Your most recently issued U.S. immigration document such as Resident Alien Card or USCIS Approval Notice.