Located in the heart of Indiana, Pa., IUP’s main campus has grown from twelve acres and one building in 1875, to 354 acres and 75 major buildings now. In recent years, IUP has been replacing more than a dozen residential buildings to enhance the campus’s living-learning environment. The first new buildings opened in Fall 2007. The IUP Student Cooperative Association not only owns and operates the Hadley complex adjacent to the main campus but also owns and maintains a 280-acre outdoor recreational park a short distance away. Find directions to the main campus.
New facilities on eight acres in Jefferson County provide a unique freshman-year academic and residential experience. Punxsutawney is also the home of the IUP Academy of Culinary Arts. Visit IUP Punxsutawney. Find directions.
New facilities in Armstrong County provide specialized electro-optics training as well as undergraduate and graduate-level courses. Visit IUP at Northpointe. Find directions.
Nine master’s programs and one doctoral program are offered at IUP’s Monroeville Graduate and Professional Center located near Monroeville. Courses are offered weekday evenings and Saturdays to meet the needs of working professionals. Find directions.
Courses are also offered at the State System’s Dixon Center in Harrisburg and through distance education.
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