Frequently Asked Questions
- Do you have an undergraduate application fee?
- What are your Admission Standards?
- What is the expected SAT or ACT score?
- Will IU Southeast accept the GED?
- Do I need to submit a high school transcript?
- I have a disability. Is there anyone on campus to help me with my needs?
- I reside in Kentucky. Do I have to pay out of state fees?
- How much is undergraduate tuition at IU Southeast?
- How do I apply for Financial Aid?
- Does IU Southeast have dorms?
- How can I schedule a campus tour?
- Can I visit and attend a college class?
- Is there an application deadline?
- Does IU Southeast offer academic scholarships?
- What if I have more questions?
Yes, the application fee is $35.00.
Our complete requirements are available by clicking here.
SAT combined score of at least 950 - for full admission (Critical Reading + Math score must equal 950)
ACT composite score of at least 19 - for full admission
IU Southeast encourages all students to take the SAT or ACT, including the writing section.
Please note that students must meet the required SAT score of 950 using the sum of only the Math and Critical Reading scores.
Yes, IU Southeast admits students who earned a score of 50 on the previous GED scale, or a 500 on the new scoring scale.
Students must provide the Admissions Office with a copy of their test scores when applying.
A high school transcript or GED scores are required for all new freshmen and anyone who has fewer than 26 credit hours from an accredited college or university.
Yes, contact Disability Services. The office phone number is (812) 941-2243.
If you are age 21 or less, and your parent's permanent residence is in Jefferson, Oldham, Bullitt, Meade, or Trimble counties, you are eligible to receive Indiana reciprocity (resident) tuition fee rates.
If you are age 21 or older, and your permanent residence for the past 12 months is in Jefferson, Oldham, Bullitt, Meade, or Trimble counties, you are eligible to receive Indiana reciprocity (resident) tuition fee rates.
Students who wish to apply for financial aid must fill out the Free Application for Student Financial Assistance (FAFSA). The Priority Application Date is March 10. Visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance web page for more information and application forms.
IU Southeast also offers a wide range of scholarships. Students need to complete a scholarship application by March 1. Download the application from the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
IU Southeast offers on-campus student housing. These lodge-style apartments combine the social benefits of a residence hall with the privacy of apartment-style living. Learn more by visiting our housing pages.
Several programs are also available for prospective students to visit our campus each semester.
Campus tours are given Monday through Friday at 10am and 4pm throughout the year. These small group tours are lead by Student Ambassadors and normally last 45 minutes. Don't forget to schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor before or after your tour! Reserve your spot by calling the Admissions Office at (812) 941-2212 or toll-free outside the local calling area at 1-800-852-8835.
Individual appointments with an admissions counselors are available by calling the Admissions Office. We would enjoy meeting you and answering your questions about the admissions process.
Sitting in the college classroom can be arranged by calling the Admissions Office at (812) 941-2212 or 1-800- 852-8835. Admissions staff will gladly direct you to the appropriate school or department. If possible, please call two weeks in advance.
Applications are processed as they are received. You are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Applications are accepted until ten days prior to the beginning of the semester. If you are attending high school, you may apply after completing your junior year.
IU Southeast offers a wide range of scholarships. Awards are available for beginning students as well as transfer students. Complete and return the scholarship application to the Office of Student Financial Assistance by March 1(priority deadline). For a list of scholarships and to download the scholarship application visit the Office of Financial Aid website.
If you have more questions please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions.
phone: (812) 941-2212
toll free: 1-800-852-8835
fax: (812) 941-2595