Conditions for Registration
Undergraduate students will register online during the designated registration periods based on their registration classification.
Accelerated students may register online for accelerated courses. If you have questions about registration or need advisement on course selections, please contact us at (317) 788-3393.
For graduate registration, please contact the appropriate graduate program office for more information.
Course Changes, Drop/Add
Students may make schedule changes online, in person with their advisor or in the Office of the Registrar, Esch 131. All schedule changes must be submitted by the Drop/Add/Change to Audit deadline each term. Any adds to schedules after the deadline will not be applied, and any drops from courses after the deadline will be recorded as a W (withdrawal) on the academic transcript.
More information about course changes and drop/add can be found here.
You may elect to be placed on a waitlist for a closed class. Students may do this in the online registration interface by submitting a selected CRN for a course and selecting Wait List from the drop-down menu.
More information about the waitlist process can be found here.
The University advising system is designed with students in mind; therefore, every attempt is made to give students information and guidance that will ensure academic success. Faculty advisors and academic advisors are available to provide information and advice regarding academic issues and scheduling.
Freshmen and senior students in all colleges should schedule advising appointments with an academic advisor from the Center for Advising & Student Achievement (CASA), the School of Nursing, PTA Program, or the School for Adult Learning.
Sophomore and junior students should schedule advising appointments with their faculty advisor from their major’s department. Your faculty advisor will give you your registration PIN at the end of your advising appointment. Faculty advisor information can be found on your UIndy Self-Service Account:
For information on the cross-registration process through the Consortium for Urban Education (CUE) please click here.
For Additional Policy Information please click here.
In compliance with the federal Student Right to Know legislation, the University of Indianapolis must publish the graduation rate for students who complete their degree requirements in 150 percent of the normal time. The graduation rate for the full-time freshmen entering the University in the fall of 2011 was 56.3 percent.
In addition, the University must publish the fall to fall retention rate for full time freshmen. 75.2 percent of freshmen who enrolled for the first time in the Fall of 2016 were still enrolled in the Fall of 2017.