Catch Up or Get Ahead with Six-Week Summer Sessions

IUPUC offers two six-week sessions every summer, and courses are offered in-person and online making it convenient for you! Courses in our summer sessions tend to have smaller class sizes which means you receive personalized attention. Summer courses are a great way to focus on a particular subject or to fulfill a general education requirement. 

students-discovery-400.jpgStudents engage in summer courses for a variety of reasons, and even non-IUPUC students come to our campus to take a course or two once they come back home for the summer.

Do you want to learn more about summer courses at IUPUC? You have landed on the right page.

Need to know dates and deadlines? Keep scrolling!

Want to know which courses are offered? You can find it here!

Why We Chose Summer Classes At IUPUC

How To Apply

If you are not currently a student at IUPUC you will need to submit an application and complete the admissions process before taking courses in the summer. Please see below for examples of how to apply based on student types.

Students who are currently enrolled at another IU campus but want to take courses at IUPUC for a semester.

Eligibility

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the IU campus where you are currently enrolled
  • If you were admitted to your current IU campus under conditional acceptance, fulfill your conditional requirements before applying to IUPUC

Students who are currently enrolled or have enrolled at another IU campus but want to permanently transfer to IUPUC

  • Complete the IU Shared Application
  • Submit any additional required documentation requested by the Office of Recruitment and Admissions
  • Once your file is complete and a decision has been made, you will receive notification in the mail

Eligibility

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the IU campus where you are currently enrolled
  • Have completed at least 12 hours of academic credit since high school
  • If you were admitted to your current IU campus under conditional acceptance, fulfill your conditional requirements before applying to IUPUC

Students who are currently enrolled at a non-IU campus who want to take courses at IUPUC for a semester to then transfer back to their current institution or anyone who wants to enroll for a limited period of time without seeking a degree

  • Complete the IU Shared Application
  • Submit an unofficial transcript from your current or most recent college or university
  • Once your file is complete and a decision has been made, you will receive notification in the mail

Eligibility

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the institution where you are currently enrolled or where you have most recently enrolled

Students who are currently enrolled or have enrolled at only non-IU campuses who wish to transfer permanently to IUPUC

  • Complete the IU Shared Application
  • Submit any additional required documentation requested by the Office of Recruitment and Admissions
  • Once your file is complete and a decision has been made, you will receive notification in the mail

Eligibility

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 at the institution where you are currently enrolled or where you have most recently enrolled
  • Have completed at least 12 hours of academic credit since high school

Don’t see a student type applicable to you? Visit How to Apply for all student types or contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions for assistance.

Transcripts & Transfer Credits

Learn how to submit transcripts and transfer credits will be evaluated.

For any transcripts the Office of Recruitment and Admissions requests, you must contact each school and request your transcript be sent to IUPUC. Be sure to request your transcripts well in advance of the application deadline—we cannot review your application until we have received them.

For Electronic Delivery (preferred method): Please have each transcript sent to the following email address -

iucorecv@indiana.edu

For Mail Delivery: Please have transcripts mailed to the following address –

IUPUC
ATTN: Office of Recruitment and Admissions
4601 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203
 

If you plan to use an IUPUC course to satisfy a degree requirement at your home college or university, consult your advisor at that institution to confirm the course meets their requirements.

If and when you are accepted as a degree-seeking student to IUPUC, your transcript will be officially evaluated by the Office of Registrar Services for transfer credit. Your academic advisor will discuss with you how any transferring credits will apply to your degree plan.

If you would like more information about transfer credits, including an unofficial evaluation of credit prior to applying; please contact Brock Hammond, Transfer Admissions Counselor.

It’s a great time to do an internship or experiential learning opportunity for credit.

Libby Carlile, Assistant Director of Admissions

Registering For Classes

If you are a current IUPUC student, you should register during early registration. All other students will register during open registration.

Your registration date is scheduled based on your current class standing. Students with the greatest number of hours at their current level or in their current program will have the earliest registration dates.

You may register at any time after your scheduled registration appointment through the first week of classes. Keep in mind the earlier you register, the more likely you are to get into the classes you want.

Depending on your student type, you’ll have a different process to register for classes.

For new degree-seeking students you will be required to meet with your academic advisor before registering for classes at which point they will walk through the process of registering for your courses.

For new non-degree seeking students, you will be able to register for classes once you have been term activated. To view if you have been term activated you will login to One.IU and select “Student Center”. Once in your student center, you will select “Register and Drop/Add”. Once you see the semester term you wish to enroll populate, you may begin registering for courses.

Still confused on the process? Check out the Steps to Register to learn more about the right way to register for classes.