Need more information about transfer at IU?
Transfer Single Articulation Pathways (TSAP) allow students to fully transfer certain associate degrees as the first two years of instruction toward a companion bachelor’s degree. Indiana University offers various TSAP programs at each IU campus. To learn more about the TSAP pathways at IU, click the button below.
Intercampus transfer allows you to transfer from one IU campus to another. There are two types of intercampus transfers, temporary and permanent.
Temporary Intercampus Transfers are students who are enrolled in an IU degree program who wish to transfer to another IU campus for one semester as a visiting student, before returning to their home campus.
Permanent Intercampus Transfers are students who have enrolled in an IU degree program who wish to permanently transfer to another IU campus.
Credit Transfer Service
The Credit Transfer Service (CTS) allows transfer and high school students to know how these courses/credits would transfer to a new campus. Each IU campus has its own CTS. To use the CTS for any IU campus, click the button below.
University Policies That Affect Transfer Students
Familiarizing yourself with the various policies that affect transfer students at IU will help you to understand your rights, privileges, and expectations as a transfer student.