Attending Indiana Tech isn’t just about deciding where to finish your degree. It’s about joining a community of people who will help you achieve your goals, support your personal interests, and serve as lifelong friends.
Join our Warrior family today by completing these simple steps:
- Complete your free online application.
- Submit your final official high school transcript.
- Submit an official transcript from each college or university attended.
Office of Admissions
1600 E. Washington Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46803
We created Transfer Tuesdays to help transfer students like you learn more about the transfer process! Visit campus and meet with the Assistant Director of Admissions to discuss your next steps in the transfer process.
- December 15, 2020
- January 5 & 19, 2021
- February 9 & 23, 2021
- March 9 & 23, 2021
- April 6 & 20, 2021
- May 4 & 18, 2021
- June 1, 15 & 29, 2021
- July 13 & 27, 2021
- August 10, 2021
Transferring Your Credits
You can meet with our transfer counselor to see how your credits from previous institutions can transfer in to Indiana Tech. Schedule a Transfer Tuesday appointment or a campus visit, and be sure to send in your college transcripts a few days in advance to ensure your credit evaluation can be reviewed on the spot. Visit our Transfer Credits page for more information on our transfer credit policies.
Transfer agreements create a pathway for students to easily transfer credits to Indiana Tech, if all admissions requirements have been met. The Registrar’s Office regularly reviews and updates the transfer agreements to reflect changes in curriculum at either institution. If you have a question pertaining to a specific transfer agreement, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about your transfer scholarship options, ranging from $4,000-$15,000 per year, by visiting our Transfer Undergraduate Scholarship page.
Frequently Asked Questions
We define a transfer student as anyone who has enrolled in a college course(s) after graduating from high school, regardless of length of time at that institution.
There is no application deadline. Indiana Tech has a rolling admissions process, so apply at any time and we will be in touch to walk you through the process.
While ACT/SAT scores are not required for admission as a transfer student, you can submit your score reports to be used for scholarship determination. Electronic score reports can be submitted to admissions@IndianaTech.edu.
Yes, you can submit an unofficial college transcript to start with an admission decision and transfer credit evaluation. The final official transcript from each college attended is required to finalize your enrollment prior to the start of your first semester at Indiana Tech.
Indiana Tech requires that you request to have an official transcript be sent directly from the institution to Indiana Tech in order to finalize enrollment. Any transcript not sent directly to Indiana Tech from each institution is considered an unofficial transcript. This can include transcripts from your online student account, or official transcripts sent electronically to you instead of to Indiana Tech.
Yes, we require your final official high school transcript, unless you have already earned an Associate or Bachelor’s degree from a previous institution. You can reach out to your high school counseling office and have your final official high school transcript sent electronically to admissions@IndianaTech.edu or mailed to our main campus in Fort Wayne.
Generally speaking, an admission decision can be made within a two-week time period from the submission of an application and necessary transcripts. The decision is communicated to you personally via email, and a formal acceptance packet is sent via mail within that two-week time frame. Transfer credit results typically take 48-72 hours to process, and are communicated via email to you when completed.
The minimum GPA required for admission into Indiana Tech is a 2.0. Some academic programs require higher GPA requirements, so you are welcome to contact the transfer counselor for additional information on the GPA required for your academic program of choice.
Transfer students, outside of a 50-mile radius of campus who are under the age of 21 or have earned less than 60 college credits, are required to live on campus.
Transfer students with two or more semesters of attendance at another college are typically placed, based on availability, with non-freshman students in our apartment-style facilities. Placement isn’t automatically guaranteed, but preference is given towards the apartment-style facilities.