Secondary school academic records
Proof of secondary school completion is required for all transfer students.
Please ask your secondary school to send your official academic record directly to IU. If the original is not in English, also include a literal translation certified by the academic institution as being complete and correct. In all cases, the record must be an official copy bearing an original stamp or seal.
Learn more about country-specific requirements
Official transcript(s) from each college or university you have attended
U.S. and Canadian transcripts should be sent directly from the registrar of your school to our office. If you are studying in another country, please submit official copies of your academic record. If the original is not in English, also include a certified, literal translation. In all cases, the record must be an official copy bearing an original stamp or seal.
Request for review of undistributed credit
Be sure to access the Credit Transfer Service to find out what courses will transfer from your current university.
If you are an admitted student, and your credit is currently showing as undistributed in your student record, you should fill out the Request for Review of Undistributed Credit form in Atlas. Please submit any English language course syllabi along with your application materials.
If you have achieved less than 26 transferrable credits at the time of application (or 39 quarter credits), you must also complete either the SAT I or the ACT, and must submit the results from the SAT or ACT writing component along with the other standard sections of either test. When you register for either test, make sure to have your scores sent to IU Bloomington.
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Demonstration of English proficiency
IU Bloomington requires all nonnative English-speaking international undergraduate applicants to demonstrate English proficiency
Learn more about demonstrating English proficiency