After Admissions

Welcome to IUPUI

Congratulations on your acceptance and welcome to IUPUI!

We are glad you want to become an IUPUI student and we are eager to see you at orientation.

When you join our campus, there will be countless opportunities and exciting challenges for you here. As a Jaguar, you’ll be living and learning with amazing people from all over the U.S. and 150 other countries. You’ll create friendships and memories that will connect you to IUPUI for the rest of your life.

After you are admitted to IUPUI, there are many things you need to do to prepare for your arrival to campus.

Check your email and Atlas! Now that you have been admitted, you can access Pre-Arrival tasks in Atlas. We have listed tasks there to help you communicate with our office and prepare to arrive for orientation. Access your Pre-Arrival tasks by scrolling down to the "Requests" area on the main Atlas home page and then click the "Pre-Arrival" option.

Access Atlas here

  • Get Connected with us on Social Media!

    Connect with the Office of International Affairs and other incoming students through social media. Ask questions, find roommates, and more.

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    Connect with the Office of International Affairs and other incoming students through social media. Ask questions, find roommates, and more.  
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  • IUPUI Technology

    At IUPUI, all software systems operate off of your IUPUI issued username and passphrase. This technology account is very important for you to access all university records and resources. Learn more here»

  • Apply for Housing

    Indianapolis housing has a variety of prices, locations, and features. Whether you want ot live in IUPUI housing or off-campus, make sure to arrange your housing early. Learn more about housing options here»

    If you arrive before your move-in date, or at a time when you can't move in (such as late at night or over a weekend), you will need to stay at a hotel or other temporary housing. Learn more about hotels near IUPUI with special IUPUI rates»

  • Let us know you are coming!

    It is very important that you arrive on time and are able to participate in all of International Welcome Week. Please be sure to review our International Welcome Week and Orientation materials here»

  • Make your travel arrangements

    We understand that planning international travel can be confusing. We have done our best to help you plan and know what to expect, as you apply for your visa stamp, book your flight and plan your airport transportation, and go through U.S. Customs and Immigration.

    Be sure to check your letter of admission for your expected arrival date and make sure you book your flight all the way to Indianapolis International Airport (not Chicago) from your home country. Learn more »

  • What should I pack?

    Most of the things you will need are available for purchase here in the U.S. Learn what you should plan to bring from home»

  • What happens if I will arrive late?

    You should do everything you can to arrive by the date listed on your I-20. Students who arrive early and participate in the Mandatory International Welcome Week tend to do better with both adjustment to U.S. culture and academically. But, if you must arrive late, find out what steps you should take here» 

  • See our Welcome Newsletters

    Take a look at our Welcome Newsletters. These newsletters cover all the information you need to know about coming to IUPUI. Find our newsletters here»

We are here to help. If you have questions, please contact us!

  • Arrival and Welcome Services

    You can reach us at At this email address we can help answer any questions you might have about travel to Indianapolis, arriving in Indianapolis, housing, orientation, packing, and what to expect when you get on campus.

  • Immigration and Adjustment

    You can reach our International Student Advisors at Here we can answer all your U.S. immigration and orientation questions.

We look forward to seeing you on-campus very soon!