If you have served your country—or if you are a current active-duty member of the U.S. armed forces—talk to us about earning an Indiana University or Purdue University degree. Our welcoming Columbus campus is a short drive from, Indianapolis, Camp Atterbury, and Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.
With online, hybrid, off-site, evening, and day classes offered year-round, earning a degree at IUPUC is flexible and convenient. In addition, you’ll enjoy small class sizes and one-on-one attention from faculty and staff who care about helping you succeed.
For priority admission consideration, please submit your application and all transcripts by these dates:
Fall semester: July 15
Spring semester: December 15
Summer session I: April 1
Summer session II: May 15
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is a form that determines your eligibility for low- or no-interest student loans as well as grants at the federal and state level. Completing this form will ensure you receive the maximum financial aid, even if you plan on using veterans education benefits. The most potential aid is given to students who complete the form before March 1. Visit the FAFSA Web site to fill out and submit the application.
Your military training may equate to academic credit at IUPUC. If you are using VA Education Benefits you are required to provide copies of your military transcripts and your DD214 discharge documents to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. All documents can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
Office of Recruitment and Admissions Indiana University–Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC) 4601 Central Avenue Columbus, IN 47203-1769
Use the following resources to request your military transcript:
Visit the official GI Bill® website to go through a step-by-step process to get an idea of what benefits are best for you, or contact us and we can guide you through the process. Please complete one of the following forms:
VA Form 22-1990: Initial Application for Education Benefits for military members or veterans (MGIB-CH30, Post 9/11-CH33, MGIBSR-CH1606, REAP-CH1607)
VA Form 22-1995: Change in Program/Place of Training, for those who have used the GI Bill at another institution
VA Form 22-1990e: For dependents to whom Post 9/11 GI Bill eligibility has been transferred
VA Form 22-5490: For children of disabled veterans applying initially for the Dependent Education Assistance Program (Chapter 35)
VA Form 22-5495: Change of Place of Training, for those who have used Chapter 35 benefits at another institution