You do not need previous study to enroll in a 1st-Year course. For higher levels, you will need to take a placement test before enrolling.
- February 3, 2023: Priority Admission and all Scholarships except Project GO* and FLAS*
- March 1, 2023: Rolling Admissions open for self-funded applicants (no scholarships)
- May 19, 2023: Final Admission deadline
*For Project GO Deadlines: See http://rotcprojectgo.org
For FLAS Deadlines: See https://hls.indiana.edu/academics/scholarships/flas.html
You need to submit all your college-level transcripts.
If you have fewer than two semesters on your college transcript, or if you are a high school student, please also send high school transcripts.
If you graduated over 10 years ago and do not have easy access to transcripts, explain this in the OTHER INFORMATION section of your application.
Unofficial transcripts are fine.
For all transcripts, be sure the name of your school is on the transcript.
You do not need letters of recommendation for admission to the Language Workshop.
Each scholarship has different requirements. You will find instructions and templates in the scholarship application form (part of the Workshop's Combined Application Form).
Your school will decide whether your IU credits will transfer and whether they will fulfill your school's requirements.
Your school's registrar should be able to help you determine whether your Indiana University credits will transfer and whether they will count in your school.
You can order an official transcript using the Transcript Request Form: https://transcript.iu.edu/.
You can have an official transcript sent somewhere using the Transcript Request Form: https://transcript.iu.edu/.
The program is open to all, including
- IU and non-IU students
- graduate and undergraduate students
- community college students
- non-students and lifelong learners
- high-school students born before May 29, 2007
You will receive a handbook with details on arrival, move-in, and move-out dates, in your acceptance packet.
Participants are permitted to miss 2 days of class over the summer. Students who miss more than this may be asked to withdraw from the program.
Workshop courses, including online courses, are accelerated and intensive.
Accelerated language study takes a lot of time, every day. You may find it diffucult to combine your Workshop courses with work, other classes, or busy personal schedules.
Be sure to check the details for your course and be sure you will be able to devote enough time to the course to succeed.
No, Workshop classes must be taken for credit.
Yes, but students applying for both semesters have preference during admissions.
First-semester-only applicants can receive seats only if:
- There are still seats available in your course when you apply
- The Section Head for your language approves
Second-semester-only applicants can receive seats only if:
- There are seats available
- The Section Head for your language approves
- Your placement test confirms that you are ready for the 2nd-semester course
- You agree to audit the final week of the 1st-semester course and complete all assignments, in order to handle any technical issues and to get you up to speed on classroom practices and current material before you begin accelerated study for credit.
We are located on the 1st floor of the Global and International Studies Building at 355 North Eagleson Avenue.
For more details, please consult the STUDENT HANDBOOK. If your question is not addressed there, please write to us at email@example.com.
Yes. See Funding for a awards available and their deadlines.
Funding is available for IU and non-IU students, grads and undergrads, and also to non-students. The funding available for your course will be listed on its web page.
Additionally, student loans are available to IU students at Student Central.
Non-IU students may be eligible for other awards or loans. Please check with your home institution to learn what resources are available to you.
No. The Workshop will award all its funding to applicants who submit by the deadline.
You may be able to secure funding from sources outside the Workshop (e.g. FLAS awards from other universities, Flagship awards, private scholarships from other universities, financial aid, etc.), but you will need to contact these sources directly.
No. Scholarship and fellowship applications are included in the main Workshop Application.
Yes. You may apply for as many fellowships and scholarships as you are eligible for.
The Workshop application from will prompt you to apply to each program for which you are eligible.
Different courses have different costs, depending on the number of credits issued. Consult the STUDENT HANDBOOK for details.
For details on your Indiana University bill, see https://studentcentral.indiana.edu/pay-for-college/pay-bill
For payment options, see https://studentcentral.indiana.edu/pay-for-college/pay-bill/payment-options