Student Success and Transitions

IPFW Transfer Student Services

Making the Transition to IPFW

At IPFW, you are considered a transfer student if you have completed at least 30 credit hours after graduating from high school. Whether you plan to transfer next semester or after completing your associate's degree, our top priority is helping you with the transition to IPFW. Check out our transfer guide for more information about transferring to IPFW.

Pre-Transfer Students

Are you a pre-transfer student, who plans to transfer to IPFW after taking classes or completing an Associate's degree at another institution? Click here to learn more about your transfer journey.

Current Transfer Students

Are you a current transfer student, who is in the process of transferring or plans to apply for Admission next semester? Click here to learn more about your transfer journey.

Transfer Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about the transfer process to IPFW? Check out the transfer FAQ  for some of the most commonly asked questions.

Academic Advisors

Are you an academic advisor from another institution helping a student plan for their IPFW transfer? Are you an IPFW academic advisor working with an admitted transfer student? Click here for transfer advising resources.

TSAP (Transfer Single Articulation Pathways)

Are you looking for more information about TSAP degree programs and their articulation to IPFW? Click here for more information.

Our Staff

AMANDA SEILHEIMER 2

Amanda Seilheimer

Transfer & Special Population Coordinator

transfer@ipfw.edu

Kettler Hall 110G

Sam

Sam Pray

Credentials Analyst

Kettler Hall 110A