Equivalency Guides are available for students who wish to find course equivalencies from area 2-year institutions. These guides are designed to help students in their transition to Indiana University Southeast. Any information in these guides is subject to change. Ultimately, it is at the discretion of the degree-granting institution to determine whether courses will be accepted for graduation credit. Transfer Guides are available for Ivy Tech Community College, KCTCS/Jefferson Community and Technical College, and Vincennes University.
TransferIN.net is being developed as the State of Indiana's official source for course transfer information across campuses and institutions. The objectives of TransferIN.net are: to develop statewide transfer-of-credit agreements for courses that are most frequently taken by undergraduates; to develop statewide agreements whereby Associate of Arts and Associate of Science programs will articulate fully with related baccalaureate degree programs; and to publicize by all appropriate means, including an electronic web site, a master list of course transfer-of-credit and program articulation agreements. Click here to visit the Transfer IN website!
The Transferring Info Sheet is a quick reference for transfer students and includes a transfer student checklist. Click here to download the Info Sheet!
Ivy Tech Community College, Sellersburg: Tuesdays 11am-1pm in Pfau Hall, room G9. Summer semester visits June 6 - August 2. Fall semester visits begin September 6.
We encourage you to speak with an admission counselor to learn more about the opportunities available at IU Southeast. Please call us at (812) 941-2212 or 1-800-852-8835 to schedule an individual admissions appointment.
The Office of Admissions hosts campus tours Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Please call (812) 941-2212 or 1-800-852-8835 to reserve your spot.
Transfer Success is a program for students interested in transferring to IU Southeast to complete their degree. We invite you to meet with Admissions and Financial Aid representatives at this free, hour-long session. Our staff will be on hand to provide information and answer questions.
Ivy Tech students can receive FREE tickets to IU Southeast home court athletic events! Including:
Simply show your ITCC student ID at the gate!
Ivy Tech Students can participate in Intramural Sports at IU Southeast! Contact Perry Brown, Intramural and Fitness Coordinator at IU Southeast, for more information and to register for events: 812/941-2435 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Intramurals home page for schedules and sign up deadlines. ITCC students are subject to Intramural fees.
Transfer Checksheets: Use these guides to plan your two years at local community colleges and take the guesswork out of transferring! Please note that some IU Southeast programs are competitive and/or have special application procedures/deadlines. Agreements are subject to change as our degree requirements change. Contact Admissions early, and often, to stay on track: email@example.com
|Transfer this Ivy Tech CC degree||to this IU Southeast degree|
|AS Business||BS Business|
|AS Computer Information Systems||BS Computer Science|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA Philosophy|
|AS Liberal Arts||BA Philosophy|
|AS Education||Under Review - Contact Admissions|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA English|
|AS Liberal Arts||BA English|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA Spanish|
|AA Liberal Arts||BGS General Studies|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA Biology|
|AS Liberal Arts||BA Biology|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA Psychology|
|AS Liberal Arts||BA Psychology|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA Mathematics|
|AS Liberal Arts||BA Mathematics|
|Transfer this Vincennes University degree||to this IU Southeast degree|
|AS Mathematical Sciences||BS Computer Science|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA in French, German or Spanish|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA English|
|AA Liberal Arts||BA Philosophy|
|AA Mathematical Sciences||BA Mathematics|
|Transfer this KCTCS degree||to this IU Southeast degree|
|AA Business||BS Business|
|AAS Education||BS Elementary Education|
Transfer students are required to submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges. Transfer applicants are expected to have earned a cumulative college grade point average of 2.00 or higher on a 4.00 scale. Additionally, transfer applicants who have earned less than 26 semester hours of transfer credit are expected to meet the first year/freshman admission standards.
Transfer applicants are admitted to the academic schools at IU Southeast if they meet the criteria established by those schools. Transfer applicants who do not meet the criteria for direct admission to a specific school are admitted to the Academic Success Center.
The Office of Admission, in conjunction with faculty, evaluates courses submitted for transfer credit according to several factors. These include the previous school’s accreditation, the content, level, and age of the course, and whether the credits are appropriate to an Indiana University Southeast degree program. Only courses in which a grade of C or higher is earned will transfer. Transfer credit may count toward meeting the requirements for a degree, but it will not count toward the IU Southeast grade point average. The Office of Admission makes an initial determination regarding the transferability and equivalency of courses submitted for transfer. Individual schools and departments at Indiana University Southeast determine how transferred credits will apply toward degree requirements.
Course equivalencies are maintained in transfer guides, program articulations, historical data, Indiana’s Core Transfer Library and u.select. IU Southeast also works to ensure students are made aware of how their credits will transfer by advising students at the community college level or pre-transfer level on a regular basis.
Veterans may earn college credit for educational experiences in the armed services. A certified DD Form 295 and/or DD Form 214, and/or transcripts from the Army/American Council on Education Registry Transcript Services (AARTS) or Sailor/Marine American Council on Education (SMART) transcript should be submitted with the application materials for consideration.
Credits earned while in high school (dual credit) will be evaluated in the same manner as transfer credit. Students are required to disclose they have taken such courses on their application and are required to submit official transcripts of all work to the admissions office