You can afford an IU degree.
Many undergraduates receive some type
of financial aid in the form of scholarships,
grants, loans, tuition–reimbursement
programs, or work–study. Funds are limited,
so applying early increases your chances of
receiving aid.
Apply online at
by the
priority date of Feb. 1. Apply for federal aid
online at
Transfer credit with confidence.
If you have previously enrolled at another
college or university, talk to our transfer
specialist. We will work with you to make
the most of your current college credits
and guide you on the path to finishing your
degree. Call
(812) 941–2212
for assistance.
To be admitted, transfer students must have
a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0
scale. If you have fewer than 26 hours of
transfer credit, high school records will also
be considered.
Several scholarships are available for
transfer students with a 3.0 or higher
grade point average. Awards range from
$500 – $2,000 per academic year.
More information is available on the IU
Southeast website at
just click on “Transfer Students.”