940 E. Seventh Street, Bloomington, IN 47405-1106
Telephone (812) 855-0661
International Admissions, Office of International Services
330 N. Eagleson Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47405
Telephone (812) 855-9086
Prospective freshmen should apply online at admissions.indiana.edu/apply/freshman.
Visits to campus can easily be arranged online at admissions.indiana.edu/visit.
Naturally, nothing replaces a visit to our campus. The Admissions Office is open Monday-Friday throughout the year and some Saturday mornings during the summer, fall and spring semesters. Campus tours are available on most days when classes are in session. Please arrange your visit several weeks in advance.
Prospective transfer students should apply online at admissions.indiana.edu/apply/transfer.
Current Indiana University undergraduate students who wish to transfer credits from another accredited U.S. or overseas institution can see how these credits will transfer by using the Credit Transfer Service. This service can be accessed online at cts.admissions.indiana.edu.
Using the Credit Transfer Service is not a requirement for transfer of credit. Students need only have an official transcript sent to the Office of Admissions once the coursework has been completed to have the courses evaluated for transfer credit. The transfer of credit is subject to final approval by the dean of the school in which the student will earn an IU degree.
Undergraduates enrolled in a degree program at another IU campus who want to transfer to the Bloomington campus should not reapply for admission. Instead, follow the appropriate procedure by completing an intercampus transfer application available at admissions.indiana.edu/apply/intercampus-transfer.
Any international student (graduate or undergraduate) applying for admission to a degree program at Indiana University must submit the following:
All persons wishing to pursue a degree at the graduate level must be admitted by the appropriate department, division, program, or school. Admission is made to a particular area for a particular degree, and no student shall be considered a candidate for a degree without having been admitted to work toward that degree.
Application forms are available from the following schools of the University: University Graduate School; School of Library and Information Science; Schools of Business; Education; Informatics; Journalism; Music; Law; Medicine; Nursing; Optometry; Social Work; Public Health; and Public and Environmental Affairs.