Indiana University Bloomington
Office of Admissions Undergraduate Entry Term Change Request Form
Instructions for Freshman Applicants: You may defer your entry term for up to one year from the entry term indicated on your original application. If you need to defer your entry term beyond one year, you must reapply. If you register for more than 11 credit hours at a post-secondary institution (e.g., college or university) you must reapply as a transfer student. You are also required to submit your final secondary school transcript if you have not done so already. Your application is subject to be re-reviewed based on any new academic information.
Instructions for Transfer Applicants: You may defer your entry term for up to one semester from the entry term indicated on your original application (excluding summer terms). If you need to defer your entry term beyond one semester, you must reapply. If you are an intercampus transfer student, you must reapply for admission for the term you plan to attend. If you are taking classes at a post-secondary institution (e.g., college or university), you are required to submit new transcripts. Your application is subject to be re-reviewed based on any new academic information.
If you were previously admitted, you will automatically be admitted for a future term once all required materials are received, provided you do not have a grade of C- or below in your last semester of course work. Applicants with grades of C- or below will need to be reconsidered for admission.
Please reinstate my application for the following semester:
Planned activities while not enrolled at IU:
If you are attending another institution, do you plan to take more than 11 credit hours?
Since the submission of your original application, have you ever been charged with or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony? Have you engaged in behavior that resulted in mental or physical injury to person(s) or personal property?
Criminal Activity Disclosure:
We are committed to maintaining a safe learning environment. As part of that commitment, we require applicants who have been charged with or convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony, or who have engaged in behavior that resulted in mental or physical injury to person(s) or personal property (including for example, but not limited to, behavior that led to a restraining order against you), to disclose that information. A previous conviction or previous conduct of the sort identified here would not automatically preclude admission to IU, but does require review. You must provide a brief explanation, including location (city, state, and country) of conviction or problematic conduct, along with dates and court disposition. This information must be provided in English. Your signature here gives Indiana University permission to access any pertinent criminal records.
If additional legal charges or injurious behaviors as described above occur prior to matriculation at IU, you must provide updated information to the CAD Committee, c/o Office of Admissions, 300 N Jordan Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47405, before attending classes. The committee must review it prior to your matriculation at IU.
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