Student-initiated withdrawal from class

If a student voluntarily withdraws from any noncredit training program once the course has begun then no refunds are provided.

Standards of progress

IUPUI reserves the right to deny continued enrollment if the student is failing to make academic progress. Also, IUPUI may deny admission of continued enrollment if the university does not have the resources to meet the academic needs of the student.

Student records and transcripts

IUPUI does not provide grades to continuing education programs and noncredit certificates.

Grades are given to participate in noncredit certificate training programs to provide the student an evaluation of progress and to determine final pass or fail status in the course. A Certificate of Completion is presented to the student who successfully completes the requirements of the courses, but no official transcript is provided. Students may request record of attendance and completion of their program if required for employment.

For pharmacy technician training program

The IUPUI Pharmacy Technician course is a preferred provider for the State of Indiana Board of Pharmacy. Students have to receive a passing grade of 70 percent or better in three areas:

  • Attendance and Participation
  • Quizzes
  • Final Exam

Those that pass receive a signed affidavit from their instructor which is needed along with an application to submit to the Board of Pharmacy for their Indiana State license as a pharmacy technician.

For all other classes and programs

The classes and programs are Pass/Fail with attendance and class participation the determining factors. You must attend 80 percent of a class in order to pass.

Transfer policy/credit and readmission policy

The IUPUI Office of Community Engagement Professional Development and Corporate Education does not provide any transferable credit for noncredit offerings.