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Find Your Pathway

If you have applied to IU and been referred to a different institution to satisfy admission requirements, you have options. You may be able to return to IU through a guaranteed admission pathway.

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Transferring Lower-Level Courses

The University Faculty Council has voted in a policy update, ruling that credit earned at two-year degree-granting “associate’s colleges” (per Carnegie Classification) will not substitute for 300-400 level courses at IU.

Learn more about the policy
Transfer Credit Disclaimers
Indiana University accepts regionally accredited postsecondary institutions' transfer credit in accordance with university policy and  IU Transfer Standards
Transfer Pathways provide Articulation Agreements with other institutions.