Apply for an
Each campus has established
one office or person to serve as the central information source for intercampus
transfers. Some campuses have priority dates for students to declare an interest
in making an intercampus transfer. Even if a campus has no priority date, it is
important to start investigating the transfer requirements as early as possible
to assure the best possibility of enrolling in your desired courses.
Students Transferring on a Permanent Basis
Follow these steps:
Meet with your home campus advisor to discuss academic preparation, grades
and other eligibility issues. You can get a general idea of how your classes
might apply to another degree by following this link to
OneStart and checking
out the My Degree Progress option. While the advising capacity of
qualified by each individual's circumstances, it can help you learn how
courses will apply toward different degrees.
- Consult the intercampus
transfer office at the proposed new campus if academic and/or eligibility
questions remain. Remember that application for intercampus transfer does
not guarantee admission to the campus or a specific school on the campus.
Campuses may provide additional information and contact points for
- If applicable, talk to the
financial aid offices at the present and proposed campuses. Your aid
legibility does not transfer automatically from one campus to another.
- Visit the new campus to
explore possible academic and social adjustment issues; some campuses may
establish special open house events for those students who have expressed
interest. Some campuses may also require that you attend a special
orientation program or take placement examinations.
- If you decide to proceed with
the transfer, complete the intercampus transfer form. The receiving campus
will respond to you and your home campus. If you decide later not to
transfer, you should notify both campuses.
IUB - Bloomington
IUPUI - Indianapolis
IUPUC - Columbus
IUE - East
IPFW - Fort Wayne
IUK - Kokomo
IUN - Northwest
IUSB - South Bend
IUS - Southeast