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Credit Transfer Service
Current Indiana University undergraduate students and incoming undergraduate students who wish to transfer credits from another accredited U.S. or overseas institution can see how these credits will transfer by using the Credit Transfer Service.
Using the Credit Transfer Service is not a requirement for transfer of credit. Students need only have an official transcript sent to the Office of Admissions once the coursework has been completed to have the courses evaluated for transfer credit. The transfer of credit is subject to final approval by the dean of the school in which the student will earn an IU degree.
Information for Students Studying at Other IU Campuses
This Credit Transfer Service does not show how courses taken at other IU campuses apply toward an IU Bloomington degree. Please contact the school from which you are earning your IU Bloomington degree ( for example, the College of Arts and Sciences or the School of Journalism) for more information.
Note: The service includes articulations of over 30,000 courses from more than 300 schools. However, not every school in the world or even in the U.S. is in the database, nor is every course available from those schools that are listed in the system. What is there represents the most commonly occurring articulations. If the school, department, or course you need is not found, and you are a current IU student, you can use the Credit Transfer Agreement form (pdf) to request an individual articulation. The directions for its use are included with the form. You must meet the deadlines published on the form to receive this advanced articulation.
The articulation of courses between schools can change frequently. Accordingly, the information provided in the Office of Admissions' Credit Transfer Service is subject to change.