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University of Indianapolis Admission 2020-2021, Requirement, Deadline & Acceptance Rate

University of Indianapolis offers 109 undergraduate degree programs, 37 master's degree programs, and six doctoral programs. The university provides the largest programs in occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, business, education, and communication.

  • The university has distinct undergraduate online application portals for freshmen and transfer applicants.
  • The graduate applicants can apply through the university’s Online Application portal.
  • Average SAT range: 990-1180 hence competitive. For 2018, the university will accept both the new SAT and the old SAT. The scores will be compared using concordance tables to determine the highest scores on either test. Writing scores from the SAT or ACT are not required but may be used for placement or advising.
  • Average ACT range: 19-25 hence moderately competitive


Application PortalFreshman/Transfer: Online Application
Application Fee25 USD
Average GPA3.5
Acceptance Rate82%
Average SAT range990-1180
Average ACT range19-25
Tuition (Annual)29,844 USD
Application PortalOnline Application
Application FeeVaries for different programs

University of Indianapolis Admission Deadlines

FallPriority deadline: August 1
SpringPriority deadline: October 1
International ApplicantsAugust enrollment: July 1
January enrollment: November 15
Application DeadlinesVaries for different programs

University of Indianapolis International Admissions

University of Indianapolis requires official high school graduation documents and transcripts and standardized examination results (SAT and ACT) from international applicants for them to be considered for admission.

The applicants from India/Pakistan need to submit their Higher Secondary Certificate Examination.

Other requirements for University of Indianapolis admission:

Language Requirements for International Students

English proficiency can be demonstrated by fulfilling one of the following:


University of Indianapolis Undergraduate Admissions

University of Indianapolis requires its undergraduate applicants to complete a college preparatory curriculum from the following subject areas:

  • English and literature
  • History
  • Foreign language
  • Mathematics
  • Laboratory science
  • Social studies

Other factors considered for undergraduate admissions include:

  • Cumulative high school GPA
  • SAT and/or ACT standardized test scores
  • High school class rank

Steps for incoming freshmen:

  • Confirm the intent to enroll in the form of a tuition deposit.
  • Activate the MyUIndy account after paying the tuition deposit. This gives the students access to services and benefits like My UIndy, email account, ACE online learning system, online library resources, computer labs, software discounts, “locker” space for online file storage, and network access. Activating the My UIndy account is very important because all official university email will be sent to this account.
  • Apply for housing and submit the housing deposit.
  • All students applying to undergraduate courses at University of Indianapolis must submit a completed Student Health Record before enrolling in classes.

Steps for transfer applicants:

Applicants must have completed at least 15 college credits and have earned at least a C average (2.0 cumulative GPA).

To complete the transfer process, the following steps need to be followed:

  • Submit a 100 USD tuition deposit.
  • Take any necessary placement exams. All applications are reviewed for proficiency in math and English.
  • Undergraduate courses at University of Indianapolis.
  • Meet with the assigned academic advisor.

University of Indianapolis Graduate Admissions

CourseApplication PortalApplication DeadlineApplication FeeAcademic RequirementsMinimum English Language Proficiency
M.S. Human BiologyOnline ApplicationPriority: January 1530 USDMinimum undergraduate GPA: 3.0 on a 4.0-grade scale;
Minimum GRE scores: verbal and quantitative sections- 150,
writing section- 4.0 or better
TOEFL: 550
M.A. Mental Health CounselingOnline ApplicationMarch 155 USDBachelor's degree; minimum GPA: 3.0/4.0;
GRE: minimum of 50th percentile rank on each section is preferred;
A minimum of 18 hours in undergraduate or graduate psychology courses
TOEFL: iBT- 100,
cBT; 250,
pBT: 603
M.A. TeachingOnline Application--MAT; ACT/SAT; GRE scores;
minimum cumulative GPA: 2.75 on a 4.0 scale;
Additional Requirements*
TOEFL scores
MBAOnline Application-50 USDGMAT scoresTOEFL iBT: 100;
M.S. Data AnalyticsOnline Application-50 USDGMAT or GRE test scores;
Bachelor's degree or higher
TOEFL iBT: 100;

***500-word (maximum) essay; Criminal history checks; Personal interview and writing exercise

Supporting Documents may include:

  • Personal Statement/Statement of Purpose
  • Recommendation letters
  • CV or Resume

University of Indianapolis admissions is not too competitive at an acceptance rate of 82%.

The university represents 44 U.S. states and 68 countries among students on campus. Nine percent of undergraduates and nearly seven percent of graduate students are international students.

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