Non-degree & Visiting Students

Create your Indiana University computing account

If you did not do so after you applied, your first step after being admitted is to create your IU Indianapolis computing account. To do this, you'll need your  10-digit University ID. Your account will be used to access student systems, your tuition bill, and email, among other things.

Please note that your IU Indianapolis computing account is different than the guest computing account you created when you applied online. The guest computing account was solely for the purpose of submitting your application online.

Setting up your account

Go to One.IU, search for “create my first IU account” and select that task. You’ll then be able to create your username and passphrase, passphrase reset questions, and email address. 

Once you have created your account, it can take up to 24 hours for your account to fully activate.

Do you already have an account?

If you have network previously created an account at IU Indianapolis or for another Indiana University campus, you do not need to create a new one. If needed, you can follow these steps to reset your passphrase. You can also contact the University Information Technology Services help desk at (317) 274-HELP for additional assistance. 

Undergraduate non-degree students

If you have been admitted as an undergraduate non-degree student (sometimes called a visiting student) through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, you are eligible to take 100 through 400-level classes and you will be assessed undergraduate tuition. 

Graduate non-degree students

If you have been admitted as a graduate non-degree student through the Graduate School, you are eligible to take 100 through 400-level classes, as well as graduate courses that are 500-level or higher. Regardless of the level you take, you will be assessed graduate tuition.