Administrative Affairs
Policies and ProceduresWELCOME TO THE ONLINE (AND ONLY) VERSION OF THE IU SOUTHEAST POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL The purpose of this web site is to provide an accessible, easy to use repository of all campus-specific policies and procedures, with links to other campus and University resources.Decorative Image

D-8. Admissions

The Office of Admissions is responsible for recruiting new undergraduate students and evaluating their applications for admission to the university. Admission requirements and policies are based on input from the Enrollment Management Committee and the Student Recruitment and Retention Committee.

Recruitment

The office of Admissions carries on a year-round program of student recruitment which includes:

  • Personal visits to area and regional high schools and colleges, agencies, businesses, and industrial organizations;
  • Direct mailings, e-mail campaigns, telephone calls, and personal correspondence with prospective and admitted students;
  • On-campus promotional events involving persons from throughout the IU Southeast campus community as speakers, panelists, or hosts;
  • Mass media advertising via newspapers, television, radio, movie theatres, social media, and bill boards;
  • Hosting a variety of on-campus visitation programs for prospective students, admitted students, and parents;
  • Developing and disseminating information in publications and on the Web.

Since recruitment of new students is a matter of great importance to all members of the faculty and staff, administrators should urge personnel in their units to respond positively to requests for assistance by the Admissions office.

Admissions

The Office of Admissions distributes, receives, evaluates, and processes applications for admission to all undergraduate programs at Indiana University Southeast according to the Indiana University Undergraduate Admissions Policy. In addition, the office handles non-degree applications (both graduate and undergraduate) and undergraduate transfer student applications including the evaluation of transcripts and the transfer of credits from colleges and universities, military service records, and non-traditional sources of college credit. Visit the Office of Admissions website for more information.