Academic Renewal Policy - Provides a fresh start for students who had academic challenges earlier in their career.
Administrative Withdrawal from All Classes for Any Term - Process to request a late withdrawal from a term due to extenuating circumstances.
Auditing a Course - Courses may be taken on an official audit basis, which means that students can attend the course without working for or expecting to receive formal credit.
Extended X Policy - This policy allows undergraduate students to mask the grade of a previous attempt.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act - FERPA - A federal rule governing student privacy, and the university policies that support it, are detailed here.
Immunization Policy - Follows state law in assisting all IU students be vaccinated.
Leave of Absence Policy - For students who plan to take some time off from their studies.
Military Withdrawal Policy - Supports students who are members of the US Armed Forces who are called to active duty.
Probation and Dismissal Policy - Academic standing governs of students with academic challenges.
Repeat Coursework - The best grade of multiple attempts of a course is used in the calculation of the program (cumulative) GPA, without respect to the sequence of completed attempts. Calculation of the GPA utilizing the best grade occurs automatically once grades are recorded for the term and appear on the official transcript. The academic unit offering the course may limit the number of times students may retake the course. Academic programs with specific admission and/or degree requirements may define their own rules regarding how repeated courses are counted towards admission and/or degree requirements. Before registering for a subsequent attempt, students should consult their advisors and the Office of Financial Aid to identify any repeat limitations in their program or any implications on aid and academic progress.
Residency - Rules determining resident and nonresident student status for Indiana University fee purposes.
Senior Citizen Fee Remission - Indiana University provides fee remission to senior citizens in accordance with Indiana Code ( IC 21-14-5). The university policy and procedures regarding the Senior Citizen Fee Remission provides eligibility details and an application form.
Time Conflict Override Request - Submit this form if your desired class schedule has overlapping class meeting periods and your instructors agree to an accommodation.
Voter's Registration Information - Information concerning voter registration online, by mail or in person is available at the IU Northwest Library website.