Refer to the guidelines below to learn about required formats and submission instructions for high school or college transcripts and test scores.
How to submit admissions documents
High school transcripts may be requested from your high school or the Board of Education located in the county where you attended high school. They may be submitted via mail, email, fax, or Parchment (for participating schools/districts, speak with your counselor). Applicants may also submit high school transcripts in person to our office or by email to email@example.com. Photos or screen shots cannot be accepted.
To learn how to request your test scores online or by mail, visit the GED Testing Service website. GED/State Approved Equivalency test scores may be submitted via mail, email, or fax. Applicants may also submit test results in person to our office.
Applicants must provide official transcripts for each college/university attended for admission to IU Southeast. Failure to disclose past enrollment at a college/university may result in delays to the admission process. IU Southeast does not require official transcripts to be submitted in a sealed envelope, but documents must be provided on the official, transcript letterhead with accompanying institutional seal and signature.
Official transcripts can only be submitted by mail, in person, or through an approved, secure electronic transcript service like the National Student Clearinghouse (for participating institutions only). If sent electronically, official documents must be provided directly from the issuing institution by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic transcripts forwarded from an applicant’s personal, student, work, etc., email cannot be accepted as official. Photos or screen shots cannot be accepted.
SAT and ACT test scores may be sent to IU Southeast by indicating IU Southeast as a recipient when taking the SAT or ACT exams. Students may also request scores by visiting the SAT website or visiting the ACT website. Test scores may be submitted via mail, email, fax, or the above mentioned methods. Applicants may also submit test scores in person to our office.
Go to the Indiana University Prior Misconduct Form online form and complete it electronically.
Office of Admissions
4201 Grant Line Rd.
New Albany, IN 47150
Phone: (812) 941-2212
Fax: (812) 941-2595
After hours drop-off
The Office of Admissions is open Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m., to 5 p.m.
A dropbox is available outside of our office after hours. Please check the Admissions website for holiday hours and other campus closures.