Temporary Intercampus Transfer Applicants

Making a temporary intercampus transfer to IUPUI

If you want to take classes at IUPUI for a summer session or a single fall or spring semester but still complete your bachelor’s degree at your home campus, you will make a temporary intercampus transfer.

Before you apply for a temporary intercampus transfer to IUPUI, be sure to talk to your academic advisor at your home campus to identify appropriate IUPUI courses and to ensure that those courses meet your degree requirements at your home campus.

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Applying for a temporary intercampus transfer

To apply for a temporary intercampus transfer, complete the temporary intercampus transfer application for admission, using your Indiana University network ID and passphrase to log in. You will receive notification of your enrollment status by email once your request is reviewed.

Information about registering for classes

You may take no more than 18 credit hours in the fall or spring semesters and no more than nine credit hours in a single summer session. If you want to take higher number of credit hours, you must obtain written permission from your school. It is your responsibility to provide this written permission to the Office of the Registrar.

Other important information

Updating your address

When you arrive at IUPUI, be sure to update your campus address to a local address in One.IU.

Paying your bill

Visit the IUPUI Office of the Bursar to learn about your payment options.

Getting a parking permit

Visit IUPUI Parking Services to purchase a parking permit.

Viewing your grades

You can view your grades for your IUPUI courses through One.IU as you would for courses taken at your home campus. Your grades for your IUPUI courses automatically will be added to your unified IU transcript; you do not need to request that they be sent to your home campus.

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