Access former student bills, transcripts, and other university information

When you graduate from or leave Indiana University, UITS disables your computing accounts. This will happen roughly two semesters after your last semester at IU; see At IU, what happens to my student computing accounts when I graduate, leave the university, transfer to another campus, or study abroad?

After your computing accounts have been disabled, your ADS domain account will remain active for up to five years. You will be able to use this account to access One.IU to get to your bursar bill, unofficial transcripts, and financial aid information. However, you will not be able to use this account to access other university services (e.g., STC computers, VPN, email).

If it's been over five years since you were last enrolled in classes at IU, you will no longer be able to use your ADS domain account to access IU resources. To order a transcript after your ADS domain account has been disabled, go to eTranscript Request (Former Students) in One.IU, and click Start.

If you have an IU username but you have problems logging in, you might need to reset your passphrase.

Note:
As a former student or alumnus, you will not have access to your IU-administered email account; these email accounts are disabled with the rest of your university accounts. Imail and Umail accounts, however, are not disabled, and you can keep these accounts after leaving IU.

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Last modified on 2017-12-11 12:39:52.

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