UIndy offers a rolling admission policy, which makes it easy for you to transfer here without interrupting your studies. For personal assistance with questions about the University or the admissions process, ask our transfer admissions counselor or call us at 800-232-8634.
To be eligible for full-time admission, transfer students must have earned at least a C average (2.0 cumulative GPA) in previous college coursework. Transfer candidates who have earned less than a C average or who have been on social probation may be considered for some type of admission on an individual basis. Special admission will be based on exceptional high school merit and, generally, if the applicant has been out of school for one semester or more.
Admission While Enrolled at Another Institution
A tentative admission decision or provisional admission can be offered based upon an official transcript with a C average or better. (A final official transcript must be submitted after the end of the semester and the student must maintain a C average or better to earn full admission.) By earning provisional admission, the applicant can have credits evaluated, register for classes, and seek financial assistance.
Official credit evaluations take place when the transfer applicant earns regular or provisional admission. The key advisor or program director in each academic unit conducts credit evaluations for admitted transfer students. (Available courses)
Generally, for credits to transfer to the University of Indianapolis, you must have:
- Attended a regionally accredited college.
- Earned a “C-” grade or better in a course that is applicable to a program of study offered at the University of Indianapolis.
Exception: Basic Writing and English Composition are transferable only if a grade of C or above has been earned. In addition, some academic programs require C or above grades for major courses. Any course with a grade below a C would not be transferable into these programs.
Once you have been admitted to UIndy, a $100 tuition deposit and a $50 housing deposit (if applicable) is required before a transfer student can register for fall day division classes. After the deposits are received, transfer students’ applications are reviewed for proﬁciency in both math and English. If further testing is required, transferring students will be given an available registration date and time in either June or August. There you will take any necessary placement exams and meet with an academic advisor to register for classes. If a transfer student demonstrates adequate proﬁciency in both math and English, they will be notiﬁed by mail in early May with the name and number of their advisor. The assigned advisor can then assist you in registering for fall classes. If you are transferring to begin your studies before the start of the winter semester, no tuition deposit is required and you can contact your advisor and register for classes once you have completed the admission process.
Campus housing is an important part of the UIndy experience, and is available to all admitted students who plan to enroll full-time. On-campus housing consists of ﬁve residence halls and a university apartment complex. Campus housing is available on a ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served basis to transfer students who have made the $50 deposit. Off-campus housing is also available with many properties within driving distance to campus.
As always, prospective transfer students can visit the UIndy campus and meet with their admissions counselor, submit any ﬁnancial aid information, take a guided campus tour, and meet with the academic faculty in your area of interest. Faculty meetings are subject to academic availability, but appointments can be made most weekdays between May and August. To arrange a campus visit, contact the Ofﬁce of Admission at 800-232-8634 or 317-788-3441.
|College or School||Key Advisor||Phone|
|College of Arts and Sciences||Lela Mixon||(317) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Business||Matthew Jones||(317) email@example.com|
|School of Education||Stephen Smith||(317) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Nursing||Rita Hankley||(317) email@example.com|
|School of Psychological Sciences||Robin McClarnon||(317) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Therapist Assistant Program||Sarah Ewing||(317) email@example.com|