At IPFW, there are four different types of visiting students:
If you graduated high school more than two years ago and have never attended college, you may take up to 24 credits as a special non-degree-seeking adult student.
If you want to become a visiting student from another college outside the Indiana or Purdue University system, you may enroll temporarily at IPFW for up to 24 credits.
If you have a bachelor’s degree and wish to take undergraduate courses but do not wish to pursue another undergraduate degree, you may take up to 24 undergraduate credits as a temporary student.
To appeal an admissions decision the applicant must submit a written statement to the Admissions Appeals Committee explaining how, regard of past academic record, he or she is prepared to be successful in university studies. The statement must be typed and go no longer than. one page. Student name, mailing address and contact information should be included. The decision of the committee will be sent in writing and is final. Admissions contact information.