J.D. Program

Admitted Students

Nuts & Bolts: Student IDs, Lockers, Parking, Computers, and Student Health Insurance
Set up your network ID

Before you can set up your network ID, you first must make sure you have submitted the IUPUI Graduate Application so that your university identification can be created. To submit the graduate application:

    • Please go to http://www.iupui.edu/~gradoff/admissions.The Academic Program and Academic Plan are LawJD.
    • Click on "Apply Now" on the left side of the screen.
    • Select "Create New Guest Account."
    • Proceed with completing the short application
    • Submit 

After your are created in the main system, you will receive an email with your University ID number and instructions for setting up your IU network ID (username).

Please set up your network account by going to Account Management Service and following the directions to obtain your username and set your password. If you encounter problems with your account setup, please contact IT Support at 317-274-4357 or support@iupui.edu.

**If you previously attended IUPUI or another IU campus, your ID number and login information should remain the same, but feel free to create a new email address for the IUPUI campus.**

Get to know OneStart

OneStart is where you’ll find all your student information, including financial aid summaries, class schedules, tuition bills, and contact information.

To use OneStart:

    • Log in to OneStart.
    • Follow the "Go to Student Center" link in the Student Center box.
    • Make sure your personal information (date of birth, residency status, etc.) is correct. If any changes need to be made that you can't edit, please email Lindsey Mosier in the Admissions Office at llmosier@iupui.edu.
Get your parking permit

You may purchase your parking permit starting July 15, if you have been registered for fall classes by that time. Permits can be purchased online from Parking Services.

Get your JagTag (Student ID card)

Once you’re registered for classes, you can get your University ID card, aka Jagtag. You will need to go to the Campus Card Services Office located in the Campus Center at 420 University Boulevard to obtain your card (bring a photo ID). Office hours are Monday, 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., Tuesday–Thursday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., and Friday 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.


Lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To get one, you must complete a locker assignment agreement form and turn it in to Therese Kamm, receptionist. Forms are available in the locker room.


Although you are not required to purchase a laptop, the majority of students do. The school does not have a platform preference. The exam software we use is compatible with both Mac and PC. However, if you are using Microsoft Works as your word processing software, you should switch to Microsoft Word.

IU has special deals with computer vendors and makes select software available for students to download. Visit UITS for more information.

Student Health Insurance

Student Health Insurance is available through Aetna. You can find general information on insurance on the Health Services website. Questions regarding student health insurance should be directed to studenhc@indiana.edu or 812-856-4650.