Congratulations on your admission to Indiana University Southeast! We look forward to working with you throughout the enrollment process. The steps below will guide you in becoming an IU Southeast student.
Help fund your college education by applying for financial aid. Learn more about your funding options and important deadlines by visiting the Office of Financial Aid.
Learn more about our brand new residence halls and get an application at the Office of Residence Life and Housing.
Newly admitted students may set up their network identification upon receiptof their Certificate of Admission. To create your network identification user name, you will need to visit the Account Management System. You will need your University Identification Number listed on your Certificate of Admission. Your network identification will enable you to access information from OneStart, which will help you manage your academic life including personal information, academic services, registration and financial aid. If you need help setting up your network identification user name, please call (812) 941-2447.
PLEASE NOTE: If you set up an IU guest account to check your admission status, you must set up a new IU computer account in order to register for classes and manage your student record.
If you are transferring credits from another college or university, you can view your credit transfer report online. After creating your network identification user name and password, you may log onto OneStart and view your reportin theSelf-Service tab.If you have questions about the transfer of credits, please call the Admissions Office at (812) 941-2212.
All first-year students admitted for the summer and fall will be invited to a mandatory orientation session. Invitations will begin going out in March, and sessions will be offered from March through August. The earlier you attend, the sooner you can secure your schedule at IU Southeast! View Orientation dates and register online. First year students admitted admitted for the spring will receive instructions regarding registration and orientation in the late fall.
Take Placement Tests. Students who have not completed a college-level English or mathematics class are required to complete campus placement testing. Option 1: First-Year students must test prior to your orientation date (see paragraph below). To view the placement test schedule and get information about the placement tests, go to the Student Development Center webpage or call (812) 941-2312. Option 2: Special placement test appointments can be made on orientation dates (see below) and outside of normal testing hours. Please call the Student Development Center at (812) 941-2312, or send an e-mail with your request to email@example.com. This option is provided for students with restrictive work schedules and for those who live a great distance from campus.
Schedule Your Advising Appointment. Transfer students must call their academic school to schedule an advising appointment and register for classes. Your schools phone number is listed on your certificate of admission. If you did not transfer college level English or Math credits to IU Southeast (see your transfer credit report), you will need to take placement tests before your advising appointment. Visit the Student Development Center or call (812) 941-2312 for more information about placement tests.
All degree-seeking students new to IU Southeast are expected to attend Induction Day on Friday, August 26, 2011. Mark your calendars! During Induction Day, you will be officially inducted into the IU Southeast community. You will also have opportunities to meet faculty, staff and other new students; learn about academic expectations; locate your classrooms; get your student ID created; purchase books; and take a campus tour. First-year students will receive more information about Induction Day during their STAIR session, and transfer students will receive information during their academic advising session.Visit Campus Life to learn more and register online.
The UCard is your official student identification at IU Southeast it also serves as a library card and debit card. Students living on campus will also use the UCard for building access. First-year students will get their UCard during their orientation session. Transfers and other students can get their UCard at the Bursar's Office during regular business hours.
Parking permits may be purchased when registering for classes. More information about parking permitsis available from the University Police office in University Center South, Room 027.
The first day of class for the Fall 2012 semester is Monday, August 27.