Are you wondering how you can meet other students and get involved on campus? Do you have concerns about living on or off campus or how to contact your academic advisor? There are many resources to help you successfully transition to the IU Bloomington campus and community. We encourage you to read the other resources pages to learn about academics, student life, and finances.
Explore these resources created just for transfer students.
Need help transferring credits?
Many transfer students have questions about which credits from their previous institution will transfer to IU Bloomington. The Office of Admissions has a useful tool called the Credit Transfer Service, which you can use to verify which courses you’ve previously taken transfer to IU Bloomington!
Every path is the right path. Everything could’ve been anything else and it would have just as much meaning. Go on and study what you are passionate about and don’t forget to have fun.Sebastian Susanto, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering | Transferred from Diablo Valley College
All new students, including transfer students, are required to attend New Student Orientation. At New Student Orientation, you will learn more about IU's resources, meet with an academic advisor, and register for classes.
Transfer Student Kick-Off
This exclusive event for transfer students gives you the opportunity to network, ask questions, and have some fun! Learn about IU student life and find out about other events and programs tailored towards transfer students.
University Division is the home to academic advising at IU Bloomington. Make an appointment to see an advisor to make sure you are meeting your academic requirements!
Have you already chosen a major? Contact your specific school or college for information on advising and admissions.
Explore the list of schools here.