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Welcome Back to IUPUI!

As you begin Summer Session 2 at IUPUI, we have put together this site to assist you with important information.

We hope you find this special ‘welcome back’ site useful and that you have an enjoyable, successful semester at IUPUI.  WELCOME to all!


Summer - 2018

Monday, June 25, 2018 – Summer Session 2 Classes Begin!

IUPUI Registrar Summer Office Hours

May 7 - August 10, 2018 (Monday - Thursday) 8:00am - 5:00pm
May 7 - August 10, 2018 (Friday) 9:00am - 5:00pm

IUPUI Registrar Independence Day Office Hours

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 Office/Campus Closed (No Classes)

Summer Session 2 - 2018 Academic Calendar

Summer Session 2 - 2018 AT-A-GLANCE - Important dates for registration, waitlist, drop/add

Thinking of modifying your class schedule?  Before doing so, consider the impact a schedule change might have on your tuition and fees, financial aid, and your progress toward degree.   Ready to drop or add a class?  Click for more details.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that provides access and confidentiality rights with respect to your education records. As part of this regulation we are providing you this Notification of Student Rights under FERPA. This information is always available from the Office of the Registrar web site.


Email: Email as Official Communication
Monitor your “” email account.  Official communications will use only this email address.  It is Indiana University policy whereby email is considered an official means of communication with students.
Parking: If you don’t have your parking permit, please visit the Parking Services website and get yours today! You’ll need your permit to swipe in/out of student garages, so be sure to order early to ensure your permit arrives before classes begin.  If you have questions about where to park on campus, check out Where Can I Park? for a list of available permit types and where you may park with that permit. Once classes start, please download the IU Mobile app and favorite Jag Spots for updated parking information.
Public Transportation: Don’t forget to purchase your S-Pass from Card Services in CE 217. The S-Pass is for actively registered IUPUI students to ride IndyGo’s Fixed Route Service in Marion County.  Students will need to show their student ID when they come to the office.
Textbooks: Barnes and Noble @ IUPUI Bookstore
eTexts: Some classes at IUPUI are being taught with the entire class accessing electronic textbooks eTexts.

While the Barnes and Noble @ IUPUI Bookstore has many textbooks available in electronic versions, the IU eText initiative is an option for faculty who prefer to make an eTextbook mandatory and available to everyone enrolled in the class. Notations and comments can then be shared electronically. In addition, there are specific course fees associated with these classes. If you are enrolled in a class with an eText, more information is available here.
Payment: The Bursar Pay Guide contains information about how to pay your bill and other bill related information.  Bills are issued via the university email account on the third Thursday of the month, and are due on the 10th of the following month. The monthly bursar late payment fee is 1.5% of the past due balance, with a $2.00 minimum. The 1.5% late payment fee will continue to be assessed each month that the account remains past due.

If you are expecting a financial aid refund, please be sure to visit and set up direct deposit to receive your refund faster.

For more information, please visit
Especially for New Students For fast information about your student account statement, paying your bill, direct deposit and many other important services (Especially for New Students), click here.


  • Tobacco Free IUPUI and Indiana's new Smoke-Free-Air Law
    IUPUI is a Tobacco Free Campus.  There is no smoking or use of any tobacco products on the IUPUI campus.  Students violating this IUPUI and Indiana University policy will be referred to the IUPUI Office of The Dean of Students for appropriate administrative action.

    In addition, as of July 1, 2012, Indiana State Law prohibits smoking in any IUPUI-owned or IUPUI-leased facility or within 8 feet of any entrance to those facilities.  (Ind. Code 7.1-5-12). Please be aware that the entrances to many of our campus buildings are defined to include areas such as stairways, balconies, and awnings.  IU Police has been charged with issuing citations ($150) to individuals who violate the Indiana State Law.

    To assist those who want to quit smoking we have compiled a list of cessation resources available via the Tobacco Free IUPUI website,

    Students wishing to join the tobacco free educational effort for IUPUI should contact the campus Co-Chairs whose contact information can be found in the (Letter from the Tobacco-Free IUPUI Co-Chairs).

  • Accommodations Due to Disability
    Register with Adaptive Educational Services (AES) and complete the appropriate forms before accommodations may be granted.  The AES office is located in Taylor Hall, UC 137.  Contact (317) 274-3241 or email
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion  
    Many opportunities present themselves for student involvement at IUPUI, especially regarding diversity and acceptance.  Find a group, share your voice, and learn about opportunities for further enrichment, exploration or even scholarships.
  • Federally Required Disclosures
    Visit this site to review such things as availability of financial aid, price of attendance, tuition refund policy, textbook information, list of academic programs/faculty, health and safety information and much more.
  • Registration Agreement
    Visit this site to review the Registration Agreement.
  • Identification
    Most in-person student services require that you present a valid picture ID so be sure to bring your CrimsonCard, Drivers License, etc.  It is also helpful to memorize your university identification number.
  • Printing at IUPUI
    IUPUI has a campus-wide fee for printing.  Campus print providers charge a common rate of 4 cents per black and white page.  Students, faculty and staff are required to have funds on their CrimsonCard in order to claim and pay for prints.
IUPUI Drug and Alcohol Policies and Programs
We want to take this opportunity to remind you of some important information related to IUPUI and Indiana regulations regarding alcohol and other drug use.
IUPUI Regulations
Violations of drug and alcohol policies are considered incidents of personal misconduct and may result in disciplinary action, as identified in the Student Code of Conduct.  Specific actions that are prohibited on university property or during the course of a university activity include:
  • Possession or use of alcohol beverages by anyone under the age of 21
  • Public intoxication
  • Sale or distribution of alcohol to any individual under the age of twenty-one, or in violation of any other law
  • Unauthorized possession, manufacture, sale, distribution, or use of illegal drugs, any controlled substance, or drug paraphernalia
  • Being under the influence of illegal drugs or unauthorized controlled substances
  • IUPUI Residence Halls have specific disciplinary codes that make alcohol and other drug use in campus housing facilities a violation. Additional information can be found at
IUPUI Resources:

For student information throughout the semester, click the Students link on the IUPUI Registrar web site.

Sign up for IU Notify so that you will receive any critical notifications including class cancellations due to weather or other unexpected campus emergency alerts.  Go to Onestart, Notifications tab, and the IU-Notify link to provide your contact information.
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