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Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, marital status, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator.View IU’s Non-Discrimination/Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action policy
Indiana University’s Annual Security Reports, containing policy statements and crime statistics for IU campuses, are available on the Protect IU website. A paper copy can be requested by emailing Public Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org. All IUPUI crime statistics are reported on the IUPUI Police website.
IUPUI employs 34 full-time sworn police officers. The full-time and student police officers are certified as law enforcement officers by the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board and meet the same standards as other law enforcement officers in Indiana.
In an effort to provide protection and security to the campus, the IUPUI Police provide a number of services, including over 90 yellow emergency telephones on campus that are direct lines to the IUPUI Public Safety Dispatch Center. These allow anyone on campus to request any type of assistance. In addition, students may obtain an IUPUI Police escort to their car or another building on campus by calling 317-274-SAFE (7233) 24 hours a day.
The IUPUI Police also provide or will facilitate informational sessions on crime prevention, security issues, and other related topics.
You must pay a $65 nonrefundable application fee with your application. If you apply online, you can pay the fee with a credit card at the time you submit your application.
You do not have to pay an application fee if:
- You are transferring to IUPUI from an IU or Purdue campus.
- You have earned an associate degree from Ivy Tech Community College or Vincennes University.
- You are currently enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College or Vincennes University and have completed at least 45 credit hours.
We will waive the application fee for students who demonstrate financial need. You can request a fee waiver by:
- Submitting an ACT, College Board, or NACAC fee waiver request form through your high school counselor.
- Having your high school counselor submit a request on school letterhead or from their official school email account.
If you apply online and request a fee waiver, the form must arrive by the date you designate on your application.
Periodically, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions may offer fee waivers to any freshman applicant during specified times, including at some IUPUI events. If offered, we will send instructions for processing the waiver via email to the address on the student’s unsubmitted application. If a student fails to read their email or follow the waiver instructions in those messages and pays the fee, they do not qualify for a fee refund.
If you have been admitted to IUPUI and are currently enrolled in either high school or college courses, you must arrange for a final transcript to be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Your high school transcript will be reviewed for satisfactory completion of entrance requirements, and any college transcripts will be reviewed for transfer credit evaluation.
If you were admitted prior to receiving your final grades and you later receive a D or F in a Core 40 course required to earn the Core 40 endorsement, you must notify the director of undergraduate admissions to discuss enrollment options.
If you are a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, refugee, asylee, or undocumented immigrant who has completed secondary/and or postsecondary education outside the U.S., you will apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. U.S. citizens who attend American or international schools that hold U.S. accreditation or Department of Defense schools also apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Ethnicity information is gathered in compliance with the definitions and procedures included in the 1997 revision of the OMB Statistical Policy Directive No. 15 and the U.S. Department of Education Final Guidance on Maintaining, Collecting, and Reporting Racial and Ethnic Data to the Department of Education (Federal Register, Vol. 72, No. 202, 10/19/2008). This information will not be used in determining a student’s admissibility to IUPUI.
IUPUI prohibits discrimination based on arbitrary consideration of such characteristics as age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Please note that Section 483 and 484 of the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, as amended, provide the Department of Education the authority to ask students and their parents the questions on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and to collect the social security numbers of students and their parents. State and institutional student financial aid programs also may use the information provided on the FAFSA to determine if students are eligible to receive state and institutional aid.
Each student is assigned a 10-digit number that serves as their university I.D. That number will be included with students’ admission correspondence. Students’ social security numbers will not be used for this purpose.