If you’ve decided that Indiana University Kokomo is the place for you, we can’t wait to meet you! While the admissions process can be confusing and a little overwhelming, that’s what the Office of International Student Services is here for. Check out the Admissions General Checklist, read the information on this page, and reach out to us if there’s anything we can help you with.
Application priority date for Fall Semester with an early application scholarship due March 1.
Application priority date for Spring Semester with an early application scholarship due August 1.
To ensure timely processing, please take note of our priority dates. Missing these dates may delay your admission until the following semester. Applicants are periodically notified by email of their admission status. All required information should be received to guarantee the receipt of required immigration documents. Please note that some graduate programs have specific application deadlines. Be sure to reach out to your desired program or department for details on application deadlines.
You have completed four years of post-secondary, or undergraduate study toward a bachelor's degree in the country where you studied or are scheduled to complete this schooling and you are seeking a master's degree.
An applicant who submits a completed application packet with originals and a bank statement can receive an I-20 within three weeks of receipt of the materials by IU Kokomo admissions staff. Government-sponsored students should submit a letter of support from their sponsoring agency instead of the bank statement.
Copies of materials can be used for an admissions decision, but originals must be received in order to get an I-20. Transfer student applicants already in the United States are asked to submit a secondary school transcript evaluation if they have not completed two semesters at an accredited university or college in the United States. Transfer student applicants from outside the United States are asked to submit course descriptions and syllabi from their undergraduate courses, undergraduate transcripts, and a secondary school transcript evaluation from World Education Services.