IUPUI International Welcome Week is how your life at IUPUI begins.
International Welcome Week is your introduction to life at IUPUI and in Indianapolis. From learning about visa requirements to making new friends, you will learn how to succeed here and you will start to feel at home. We encourage you to connect with us on our social media groups.
Get Your International Welcome Week Information
It is extremely important that you review your admission materials carefully and that you arrive in Indianapolis ready to participate in the entire International Welcome Week.
For Fall 2017, please see the following calendar to know when you must arrive in Indianapolis.See August 2017 Calendar Overview»
Use the tool below to find additional information about your acctivities during the week.
About the Fields Below:
For the “Choose a Semester” field, please select your admission term. It can be found on your admission letter in the first paragraph.
For the “Choose a Status” field, select your immigration status.
For the "Choose a Student Type" field, select your program from the list. Here is more information about your options, please read through all the options to determine the best fit for your situation:
First Year Undergraduates: A first-time, first-year university student who is earning a bachelor’s degree.
Non-First Year Undergraduate: A student who is earning a bachelor’s degree.
Graduate: A student earning an M.S., M.A., or Ph.D.
Non-Degree Exchange Students: A student who is studying in a shorter program. Common programs include Meiji, JSAF, Tsuda, Hakuoh, and Brazilian Science Mobility Program.
Graduate Non-Degree: A student who has been admitted in non-degree status. (For example, while continuing OPT employment)
Master of Dental Science MSD: A student seeking a Master of Dental Science degree.
Doctor of Dental Science DDS: A student seeking a Doctor of Dental Science degree.
International Dental Program (IDP): A student admitted to the dental IDP program.
Doctor of Medicine or Physician Assistant: A student who has been admitted into an MD program or the Master of Physician Assistant Studies programs.
Law: A student who has been admitted to the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
If you have questions on what you should select based on your admission, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Us with Any Questions
Undergraduate admissions: email@example.com
Graduate admissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome services (airport pickups, housing, and other arrival needs): email@example.com
OIA advising (U.S. immigration topics such as visas and passports): firstname.lastname@example.org