Now you can enroll in online courses and complete the coursework during semester break.
Choose from courses in education, liberal studies, psychology, and more. This is a separate session that ends prior to the spring semester. It runs from Thursday, December 22, 2016, to Friday, January 13, 2017.
Registration begins Tuesday, October 18, 2016, for undergraduates and Monday, October 31, 2016, for graduates; follow MyIUP directions. (tentative dates)
Check the Extended Studies site for more information and a complete list of courses.
Students attending the winter session may be eligible for additional financial aid funding to assist with winter session costs if enrolled in the subsequent spring semester at IUP. Any financial aid awarded as a result of attendance in the winter session will be paid to the student’s account during the spring 2017 semester.
Students who are part-time, undergraduate students in the spring 2017 semester (i.e., registered for less than 12 credits) and are otherwise eligible for PHEAA State or Pell grant funding may be eligible for an increased grant(s). The Pell Grant/PHEAA State Grant review will be completed by the Financial Aid Office at the completion of the Drop/Add period for the spring semester.
A student who is receiving Stafford loan funding and who did not borrow the maximum loan amount for his/her grade level may be eligible for additional Stafford loan funding due to the inclusion of costs for the winter session. If you are changing grade levels after completion of fall semester coursework, notify the Financial Aid Office for additional Stafford Loan funding consideration.
Students who would like additional funding in a PLUS or alternative loan may apply. Please indicate on the PLUS or alternative loan application that this funding is for the period of January 23, 2017, to May 5, 2017, since all financial aid for winter session is processed and paid to the student account during the spring semester.
Contact the Financial Aid Office at 724-357-2218 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about aid eligibility.
All billing statements can be viewed online at IUP EasyPay through MyIUP. Select for more information on IUP EasyPay and payment methods.
To receive a 100 percent refund, you must drop on or before Friday, December 23, 2016. Students withdrawing after this date will receive no reduction in tuition and fees. Check with the Office of the Registrar to confirm the final date for withdrawals.
The Off-Campus Instructional Fee is assessed each semester on a per credit basis based upon Board of Governors (BOG) Policy 1989-05-A; Student Fees. The revenue is used for instructional services, materials, and equipment as well as maintenance of buildings and grounds.
The Registration Fee is assessed each semester and is mandatory for all students.
The Technology Fee is a mandatory fee assessed each semester on a per-credit basis. The fee rate is set by the Pennsylvania Board of Governors (BOG). Only exemptions approved by the BOG and/or negotiated by the employee bargaining units will apply. The Technology Fee revenue is used for academic or instructional technology as a direct benefit for students to help them to achieve the learning objectives of their academic programs. This fee covers items such as student computer laboratories, specialized software, hardware, databases, and licensing fees.
The Student Service Fee is a mandatory fee assessed on a per-credit basis each semester and is used to support programming and services supporting the out-of-classroom experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
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