We think that cats — especially big cats — deserve more than a day of recognition. That's why we want youto ROAR your way to becoming a Jaguar this weekend!
There is no better time to become a Jaguar
Time is running out - apply today!
If you haven't yet applied to IUPUI, this is your chance to do it for free this weekend! Start your IUPUI transfer application below, and use the code INCATDAY when you are asked to pay the application fee. This code will remove the application fee requirement - but don't wait! It will only be valid until Monday, November 2nd!
As an added bonus, since you are applying before our deadlines, you'll also be automatically considered for a Transfer Jaguar Excellence Award — IUPUI's admission-based scholarship!
Please note: this fee waiver code is only available via the Apply IU application to students who have not yet applied for admission to IUPUI.
A complete application makes for a quicker decision
In addition to your application for transfer admission to IUPUI, you must also have these materials sent so that your admission decision is made in a timely matter:
- Transferable credit. As part of your review for admission, we'll need an official transcript from each college or university you have attended since high school. You must ask the institution(s) where you’re taking those courses to send your transcript directly to IUPUI. Also be sure to provide transcripts for courses you may have taken during high school for dual-credit, so you can potentially receive credit for those courses. You do not need to submit transcripts from IUPUI or another Indiana University campus.
- Your official high school transcript. If you have less than26 transferable courses completed at your current or previous institution, we will need your high school transcript. You must ask your high school to send your transcript directly to IUPUI electronically.
- Credentials for any education completed outside the U.S. (if applicable). The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will provide special instructions for U.S. citizens, permanent residents, refugees, asylees, or undocumented immigrants who have completed secondary and/or postsecondary education outside the U.S.