Below you will find important information and university resources for your upcoming academic year.
Important:On April 1, 2023 you will have access to create your IUPUI user name and passphrase.
One.IU is the front door to all online services at IUPUI. From One.IU, students are able to perform tasks such as register for courses, view unofficial transcripts, and view bursar account information.
It is important that you check your student email account regularly. All departmental communications will be distributed via this account. As a student, you can have your IUPUI email address forwarded to an existing personal (i.e. Gmail or Yahoo) email address. Please access the UITS website for instructions on forwarding email.
Canvas (available through One.IU) supports teaching and learning, committees, projects, research, and portfolios for Indiana University's community of students, faculty, and staff. This tool will allow instructors to post assignments, grades, and syllabus. Note: information and course content will be available on Canvas as soon as an instructor publishes the course.
The IU CrimsonCard is free to all enrolled students on the IUPUI campus and is required for all students at IUPUI. You will need to go to the Campus Card Services office located in the IUPUI Campus Center. If you have any questions, you can contact 317-274-5177.
When obtaining your CrimsonCard you must present proof of identification and student status (i.e. copy of registration). It is very important that you obtain a CrimsonCard because you may need it to enter certain buildings in the evening, purchase textbooks or food, check out library materials, and other items on campus.
Use the official calendar to find out the semester’s most important dates—including the first day of class, the last day you can drop a class with an automatic W, refund dates, and more.
For information regarding refunds, billing due dates, how to pay a bill, payment options, master fee rate listings, tuition/fee estimation, as well as many other services, please visit the Office of the Bursar.
If you have questions specific to your account that cannot be answered online you can reach the Office of the Bursar at email@example.com or 317-274-2451.
The Office of Student Financial Aid Services administers federal, state, university, and private funds in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study part-time employment. To ask specific questions regarding your account, the Office of Student Financial Services can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-274-4162.