Step One

You must submit your application for admission and supporting materials by the priority deadline to receive full consideration for the term in which you want to begin attending IU Fort Wayne.

  • For fall semester: August 1
  • For spring semester: December 15

The admission standards you must meet to transfer to IU Fort Wayne depend on how many transferable credit hours you’ve earned at your current college or other colleges you’ve attended. These are the minimum requirements for transferring to IU Fort Wayne; most admitted students exceed these standards.

If you have at least 26 transferable credit hours:

If you have completed at least 26 transferable credit hours at another college or university, you must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale and be eligible to return to your previous college in order to transfer to IU Fort Wayne. If you don’t meet these standards, you must sit out for one semester (not including summer sessions) before you can transfer to IU Fort Wayne.

If you have fewer than 26 transferable credit hours:

If you’ve completed fewer than 26 transferable credit hours at another college or university, the admission standards you must meet depend on whether you would have qualified for admission to IU Fort Wayne as an incoming freshman.

  • If you would not have qualified for admission as an incoming freshman, you must complete 26 transferable credit hours of coursework with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 at your current college before you can transfer to IU Fort Wayne. (The 26 transferable credit hours cannot include any dual-credit courses or college courses completed while you were in high school.) You must also complete any remedial coursework required by your current college.
  • If you would have qualified for admission as an incoming freshman, you must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale and be eligible to return to your previous college in order to transfer to IU Fort Wayne. If you don’t meet these standards, you must sit out for one semester (not including summer sessions) before you can transfer to IU Fort Wayne.

IU Fort Wayne awards transfer credit for coursework completed at an institution outside of the Indiana University system. As part of the application process, we’ll review your coursework from other institutions and decide whether you’ll get credit for it at IU Fort Wayne.

Get more information about transfer credit

If you have at least 26 transferable credit hours:

If you have earned at least 26 transferable credit hours at another college or university, you must submit these materials to apply for admission:

  • The undergraduate admissions application. We strongly recommend that you complete the application online.
  • A nonrefundable application fee of $65. If you apply online, you can pay the fee with a credit card when you submit your application.
  • An official transcript from each college or university that you’ve attended. You must ask your previous schools to send your transcript directly to IU Fort Wayne.

If you have fewer than 26 transferable credit hours:

If you earned fewer 26 transferable credit hours at another college or university, you must submit these materials to apply for admission:

  • The undergraduate admissions application. We strongly recommend that you complete the application online.
  • A nonrefundable application fee of $65. If you apply online, you can pay the fee with a credit card when you submit your application.
  • An official transcript from each college or university that you’ve attended. You must ask your current and/or previous colleges to send your transcript directly to IU Fort Wayne.
  • Your official high school transcript. You must ask your high school to send your transcript directly to IU Fort Wayne.

Policy on returning transcripts

All materials submitted in support of an IU Fort Wayne application become the property of Indiana University and are not returnable, forwarded, copied, or released to the student or to third parties. Students with education outside of the US are advised to bring additional copies of their official educational documents in envelopes signed, sealed and stamped by the issuing institution should they have need of their official educational documents.

Before you apply, make sure you spend some time exploring our different health science majors.

When you fill out your application, you’ll be asked to choose an intended major. If you know what you’d like to major in, select that major.