The Academic Affairs Division provides organizational support and leadership for the academic programs of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
In addition to the different colleges at IUP, the Division of Academic Affairs also oversees the following offices and programs:
ASC@IUP is a hub connecting students with IUP's array of curricular, cocurricular, and other support services that promote student success and well-being. It is a one-stop, one-click resource that responds to needs of the university community.
The Center for Teaching Excellence seeks to provide constructive and developmental mechanisms for nurturing the excellence in teaching which already exists at IUP.
IT Services provides support to students, faculty, and support staff for the centralized computing environment at IUP.
All students must fulfill the requirements of the university's core curriculum, also known as the Liberal Studies Program.
The Office of Extended Studies will be the central point for colleges, centers, departments, and faculty members who need help connecting their expertise with training needs or navigating the regulatory environment through non-degree course work and noncredit programming.
The Office of International Education assists more than 800 international students from 60 different countries during their stay at IUP and helps more than 250 students a year find education abroad.
The Registrar's Office oversees student records, class scheduling, and policies as they pertain to the student academic experience.
College of Education and Educational Technology
College of Fine Arts
College of Health and Human Services
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Eberly College of Business and Information Technology
IUP Monroeville Graduate and Professional Center
School of Graduate Studies and Research
Information on university accreditation, specialized program accreditations, and five-year program reviews.
IUP's Electronic Curriculum Repository provides access to information regarding all curriculum proposals and changes.
Guidelines, policies, procedures, and forms for faculty applying for promotion, sabbatical, or tenure.
Information and contacts regarding the assessment of student learning at both the program and universitywide level
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