To enroll in EAP courses, you must first be admitted to IUPUI as either a degree seeking or non-degree student. International students are admitted through the Office of International Affairs.
After taking the EAP Placement Test, students should meet with your advisor to plan your courses. Undergraduate students who have not declared a major are advised by a University College advisor. Graduate students and undergraduate students who have declared majors are advised by advisors or faculty in your home department. Students should discuss your EAP Placement Test results with your academic advisor; EAP Program staff are also available to discuss placements and classes.
Students register for most EAP classes, which are offered through the English Department, like other IUPUI classes. However, EAP sections of G109/G110, G130, and G131 require authorization before registration. For classes requiring authorization, call or e-mail the EAP Program office (317-274-2188; email@example.com) and provide your name, student ID number, and the specific course section for which you want to register. The EAP Program assistant will process your request.
Visit the University College website for assistance with registering for classes.
EAP course fees are the same as those for other undergraduate-level courses in the School of Liberal Arts. The exact fee for an EAP course depends on the number of credits it is and on whether you are considered an Indiana resident or a “non-resident” (see Residency Status for Fee-Payment Purposes). Current fees for courses can be found on the IUPUI Office of the Bursar website.