Apply as a visiting student. If you are transferring courses between IU campuses, learn more about the process here. Be sure to indicate Temporary Transfer Status to avoid being charged an application fee.
- Prior to enrolling: Confirm with a Kelley Advisor to ensure credits will transfer correctly.
- Some courses are titled/coded differently, ensure of correct course.
- Check course prerequisites. Some courses have different prereqs than what is needed at IU Bloomington.
- Credits will not count into total semester hours taken during the semester at IU Bloomington.
- The credit will automatically transfer and the grade is factored into GPA. You must meet the Kelley Degree course grade minimum to satisfy the requirement.
- Additional cost: Check with the IU regional campus for specific costs associated with each course. Contact Financial Aid/Student Central, or your scholarship provider, for further financial questions
- Enroll in course through One.IU.edu: Drop or Add Classes. Specific questions about another IU campus, their courses, timeline, or your Intercampus Transfer application should be directed to that campus.
- After enrolling: Email advisor for confirmed plan of taking the course, to be added to advising notes
- EX-Petition: If retaking an I-Core prereq, submit this form to have your grade updated within your IU GPA. Read more about how the EX-Petition works.
Review the IU Credit Transfer Service Database to determine if the course will transfer to IU Admissions as the course you need.
Students are required to contact the institution of choice regarding enrollment process, cost, if a class is taught online or in-seat, and any other requirements needed. Classes are allowed to be taken online or in-seat, and must be passed with a C or higher to be transferred.
Once a course is completed, immediately send an official transcript to IU Admissions.
Office of Admissions
Indiana University Bloomington
940 E. Seventh Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
By electronic delivery: IUBLRecv@indiana.edu
Allow 6–8 weeks for your transfer credit to appear on your transcript. If it takes longer than that, contact IU Admission to ensure they received your transferred credits.