You must submit full and complete academic records from every university or post-secondary institution you have attended. Your records should also include any coursework currently in progress.
If your university or post-secondary coursework will transfer to less than 26 credit hours at IU Indianapolis, we will also need your secondary school transcripts.
Please provide your records in the original language. If your school is in one of these countries, the original language may be English. If the original language is not English, please also provide an English translation by an official translation agency.
Transcript evaluations by credential evaluation agencies are not necessary.
Submitting academic records
Official transcripts are required to evaluate any transfer credit, and for any US university or college you attended. You may have your documents mailed or sent electronically directly from your previous institution directly to IU Indianapolis. Or, you may mail your sealed, official documents to:
Office of International Affairs
902 West New York Street, ES 2126
Indianapolis, IN 46202 USA
For non-US schools, we can accept electronic copies of your records for admission decision purposes, but not for transfer credit. You can submit electronic copies of your official records by uploading them to the “Submit Academic Records” form in Atlas. Once you are admitted you will be required to submit official, original records in order to verify their authenticity.
Review our undergraduate standards for English
If you take an English proficiency test, you can have your test results sent to IU Indianapolis directly from the testing service.
IU Indianapolis school codes:
Or, you may upload an electronic copy of your test score report via Atlas.
If you currently studying at a regionally-accredited college or university in the U.S., you can use your freshman English Composition course with a "C" grade or higher (must be equivalent to IU Indianapolis W131).
If you completed upper secondary school with at least three years of study in one of the countries listed here, then you have provided proof of English proficiency for undergraduate purposes.
If you left your last institution more than 3 months before you plan to enroll at IU Indianapolis, you will need to give us short explanation of what you have done during your time away from school.
In order to complete this step, fill out the “Submit Explanation of Time Since Last School Attended” form in Atlas.
We want to make sure that we issue you the correct immigration documentation.
If you are currently in the US, it’s important that you complete the “Submit Clarification of your Present Visa Status” form on Atlas. You will be asked to submit copies of your current I-20, I-94, or any other immigration documentation you may have.
This step is especially important if you currently hold an F-1 student visa and will need us to transfer your current SEVIS record to IU Indianapolis.
In order to make sure we have the correct spelling and format of your name on any immigration documentation we issue you, please complete the “Submit a copy of your Passport ID Page” form on Atlas.
For those students who require a student visa (F1 or J1), you must submit financial documentation verifying your ability to pay your tuition and living expenses for one year.
Review financial information for international students
To provide your financial information, you must complete the “Submit Financial Support Agreement” and “Submit Financial Documentation” steps on your checklist in Atlas.
While you can be admitted before this, we cannot issue you a visa document until you have completed this step.