Apply online. Our online application is easy to use and secure, and it gives you immediate confirmation that we've received your application. Applicants should apply here.
If you are hoping for scholarship consideration, please ensure that all required items are submitted by November 1.
Before you apply, make sure to review our admission standards and priority dates. After you have submitted a completed application, you will receive an email within 5 business days with additional information about how to upload the required documents. Documents can be uploaded at https://istart.iu.edu. We prefer that students upload and not mail us their documents. Before submitting any documents, please read our office’s Submitted Document Policy.
All of the following items are required to complete an application and may be uploaded at istart.iu.edu after you have received notification of your log on notification.
- $65 application fee. For online applications, you must pay the fee by credit card.
- Completed counselor section with counselor's signature. The counselor signature form provides important information about your academic curriculum. Counselor Signature form may be uploaded at http://istart.iu.edu after you have received notification of your log on information.
- Official academic records. In all cases, the record must be an official copy bearing an original stamp or seal. If your records are only provided in the original language, a certified, literal translation must also be provided. Learn more about country-specific requirements. Documents may be uploaded at http://istart.iu.edu after you have received notification of you log on information.
- SAT/ACT scores. All applicants must 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. To submit your scores electronically, please use the IU Bloomington reporting codes located at the bottom of this page.
- Demonstration of English Proficiency Indiana University Bloomington requires all non-native English speaking international undergraduate applicants to demonstrate English proficiency. For details on the variety of ways to meet the requirement, click here.
International Student Financial Documentation form and supporting financial documentation. Financial Documents are not required at the time of application, but will be required for admitted students before we will issue any visa documentation to you. If you are admitted, you will be able to upload this information at istart.iu.edu. Federal regulations require students to demonstrate that they have the financial resources to support themselves and any dependents during their first year of study in the United States
Electronically Reporting Exam Scores
|Exam Name||IU Bloomington Reporting Code|
|Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)||1324|