There are many ways to become an Eskenazi student. Your first step is to apply to Indiana University Bloomington. Once admitted, there are different paths that lead to the Eskenazi School.
- Some students may enter through direct admission. Learn more about this honor for our top incoming first year students.
- Students may enter through a secondary review process for direct admission, called a petition. Learn more about petitioning for direct admission.
- The majority of our students enter the Eskenazi School through certification. Students begin at IUB in the University Division and then enter the Eskenazi School during their second or third semester after completing certain requirements. University Division students have equal access and take the same Eskenazi School courses as a direct admit. The only difference in your experience will be who is assigned as your academic advisor during your time within the University Division. Learn more about the University Division. Complete the following to automatically certify into the Eskenazi School:
- 26 college credits (AP, dual credit, etc. count toward this total)
- Maintain 2.0+ GPA in college coursework
- Finish English Composition course (college writing)
- Continue to declare an Eskenazi School major