Direct admission requirements for incoming freshmen

Direct admission to an academic school or program for incoming freshmen

When reviewing your application, the admissions committee will determine not only if you are admissible to IUPUI, but they'll also do a secondary review to see if you are eligible for direct admission into your selected school or major.

If you do not qualify for direct admission, you'll be admitted into IUPUI's University College, where you'll complete pre-requisite courses for your program before being considered again after your freshman or sophomore year. 

IU School of Dentistry

The School of Dentistry does not directly admit freshmen. Instead, you will complete pre-requisite courses in University College and be considered for admission upon completion.

IU School of Health and Human Sciences

Direct admission into the School of Health and Human Sciences with test scores

Academic honors and 3.0 cumulative GPA

 

Direct admission into the School of Health and Human Sciences without test scores

3.45 cumulative GPA

 

IU School of Medicine

The School of Medicine does not directly admit freshmen. Instead, you will complete pre-requisite courses in University College and be considered for admission upon completion.

IU O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Direct admission into the O'Neill School with test scores

3.0 cumulative GPA and 1080 on the SAT or 21 on the ACT.

Direct admission into the O'Neill School without test scores

3.3 cumulative GPA.

Labor Studies Program

Direct admission into the Labor Studies program with test scores

2.8 cumulative GPA and 1000 on the SAT or 19 on the ACT.

Direct admission into the Labor Studies program without test scores

3.0 cumulative GPA .