Follow these steps to apply to IUPUI as an international freshman
You should apply for freshman status if you have never attended college or university before. You must earn a diploma from an accredited high school before you enroll at IUPUI.
Step 1: Submit the Online Application
IUPUI accepts one of two online applications for freshman students:
- The Common App will require you to complete an essay.
- You are not required to have an SAT or ACT score to submit either application.
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Step 2: Submit Your Supporting Documents in Atlas
You will submit your supporting documents electronically through Atlas, our online portal for international students. Within five business days of submitting the online application, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with instructions.
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You can also log into Atlas to see your next steps and see which documents have been reviewed and accepted. Our international admissions team will contact you if there are any questions about your documents.
Step 3: Receive a Decision
After you submit your academic records and we have determined that you have been academically admitted at IUPUI, we will notify you via a letter. You will be able to access the letter about your admission status in Atlas.
If your government requires academic admission before you can get your other required documents (such as your financial documentation), you can use your Academically Eligible Letter to get those documents.
Also, be sure to check your email on a regular basis. We will email you if we need any additional documentation or if we have any other instructions for you.
Step 4: Submit Your SEVIS Transfer form (English Language or U.S. High School Only)
You will need to transfer your SEVIS record to IUPUI if you are currently on a student visa (F1) and are studying at a U.S. institution.
Log onto Atlas and follow instructions for filling out and submitting the SEVIS Transfer Request Form.
International applications from students who will require F1 or J1 visas are welcome for two terms of entry, Fall Semester (August) and Spring Semester (January). Due to fewer courses being offered in the summer and immigration requirements requiring full-time enrollment, we cannot accommodate admission for Summer terms of entry, neither Summer Session I or II. F1 and J1 applicants who apply for the Summer terms will automatically have their application deferred to the Fall Semester.
After You Apply
After you submit your application and all of your materials, the waiting period until you hear if you have been admitted is usually four to six weeks. Learn more about what happens after you apply, including how to check your admission status.