Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. Be sure to indicate IUPUI’s school code (001813) when filling out the 2019-2020 FAFSA. The 2019-2020 FAFSA is available starting October 10th, 2019 and will use the tax information from 2017. Using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to complete your application will speed-up processing time and, if selected for verification, reduce the amount of paperwork your student needs to return to the Office of Student Financial Services. By providing your FAFSA information earlier, we will be able to provide financial aid notifications starting in late December for newly admitted incoming students. The priority deadline is April 15, 2019. For more information, contact the Office of Student Financial Services at (317) 274-4162 or visit studentcentral.iupui.edu.
Scholarships are available to IUPUI students from many different sources. The Indiana University scholarship general application is available through One.IU by searching on scholarships. IUPUI awards scholarships to students in recognition of academic achievement, leadership, community service and under-represented populations. Be sure to check with your academic school at IUPUI for their scholarship opportunities. Also, encourage your student to apply for scholarships available in the community and with your employer. Other great resources are collegeboard.com/parents or fastweb.com. Deadlines will vary for each scholarship.
- The Budget Balancer was developed by the MoneySmarts program to help estimate your student's costs while at IUPUI. Before they pack their bags for campus, do them a favor. Gather all their financial paperwork and sit down as a family with this handy calculator. It'll take some time to do - at least 15 minutes - but by the time your family is done, your student will have a good idea of how much their IUPUI education is going to cost, right down to the smallest details. Click here to start.
Incoming freshmen admitted for the fall term are required to submit a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $100 to formally accept their offer of admission to IUPUI. Upon enrolling, this deposit will be credited to their tuition. Students who are Indiana 21st Century Scholars or receiving select scholarships are exempt from paying the deposit, but must request their waiver online. Pay the deposit today, request a waiver, or review frequently asked questions at iupui.edu/deposit. Payment or waiver request must be received in order to place a reservation for the Student Orientation Program. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at (317) 274-4591 or visit admissions.iupui.edu.
- Students must create an IUPUI username and passphrase by visiting One.IU and selecting Create My First IU Account. Your student’s university login provides access to many important tools like student orientation, placement testing, email, Canvas, and One.IU.
Follow the steps listed on the screen. *Please note that if your student created an IUPUI login to track their admission status, your student will need to login to One.IU and click Create Additional Accounts or Email Management and follow the steps on the screen. If your student created a username and passphrase after being admitted, no further action is required. They can proceed with registering for orientation.
Email is IUPUI’s primary method of communication. Once your student has signed up for email, they will begin to receive messages and communication. Therefore, it is important your student checks their email frequently.
For questions or more information about technology at IU, please contact UITS Support Center at (317) 274-4357 or https://uits.iu.edu/tech-help.
Your student will enroll two devices in Duo so they will never be without access to important IU systems, like One.IU, Canvas, and Box. Duo provides an additional layer of security when your student logs in, helping protect sensitive data and guard against increasingly sophisticated email and online scams (e.g., phishing attacks) that can leave them vulnerable to identity theft. Make sure your student has ready access to both devices they’ve enrolled in Duo.
- Financial aid items on the To Do List must be completed in order for you to receive financial aid. It is very important that you check your To Do List on a regular basis and turn in all requested documents in a timely fashion since most forms take at least 10 business days to process.
- Orientation is designed to provide information to support you and your student’s transition to IUPUI. During the orientation program, university staff, academic advisors, and orientation leaders will share the expectations of the major, course selection options, assist in course registration, and help you explore academic and student life. A family program is included as part of the orientation experience to help you prepare for your role in this new chapter of your student’s life. Orientation is a vital part of student success and is required for all new students. Your student’s orientation can be reserved by visiting welcome.iupui.edu. Payment of your student’s enrollment deposit must be received and applied to their account before a reservation for an orientation can be made. For more information or assistance with making a reservation, contact the Office of Orientation Services at (317) 274-4240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All placement testing must be completed prior to your student’s orientation program. At orientation, an academic advisor will use your student’s test scores to place them into courses that give them the best chance for success. Encourage your student to complete all required placement tests as soon as possible to avoid registration complications.
To learn about the different placement tests, please visit welcome.iupui.edu.
Experience On-Campus Urban Living at IUPUI!
Housing and Residence Life provides a convenient, safe, and student-focused living environment in the heart of Indianapolis by offering traditional residence halls, apartments and townhomes conducive to students’ social and academic success. In fact, students living on-campus earn higher GPAs and graduate at a higher rate than students residing off-campus. From Residential Based Learning Communities to intentional programming designed to support your student’s growth outside the classroom, the on-campus living experience is uniquely focused on supporting your student’s success.
Housing spaces are limited, so students are encouraged to apply early online at housing.iupui.edu.
November: Online application available for admitted students.
February: Rates are approved for the next academic year.
March 15: Students can apply at any time, however, those who apply by March 15 recieve priority consideration to live on-campus.
April: Housing contract offers begin based on application date.
Early August: Roommate and move-in details are distributed via email.
August: Fall move-in.
Explore all that Housing and Residence Life has to offer and apply at housing.iupui.edu. For more information and to receive assistance during the application process, please call (317) 274-7200 or email email@example.com.
There are many options available for students looking to live off-campus. Starting in middle to late spring, begin looking at properties to compare costs and other amenities. Each property will have a different timeline for when a lease needs to be signed, so check with them for further clarification. It is advised to select a place to live and prepare to sign a lease by May. For a listing of off-campus housing options, apartment hunting checklists, budgeting worksheet, crime statistics, or more information, contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at (317) 274- 7200 or visit offcampushousing.iupui.edu.
In order to receive services for a documented disability, contact Adaptive Educational Services (AES). Your student must complete an interview, fill out an AES application form, and submit all current comprehensive documentation that substantiates the nature and severity of disabilities. For more information, contact Adaptive Educational Services at (317) 274-3241 or visit aes.iupui.edu.
CrimsonCard is the official photo ID at Indiana University and is used to access a variety of essential services. Your student will be asked to upload a photo that meets the photo standards at least 7 days prior to arriving at New Student Orientation.
Getting off to a great start is very important to your student’s success at IUPUI. Planning to complete a degree in four years starts with the first semester! Encourage your student to take this opportunity prior to orientation to review the degree requirements for their chosen major at acd.iupui.edu/degrees. If your student wants to confirm or explore majors, have them check out the exploration tools at acd.iupui.edu/explore.