Educational and Training Opportunities

  • No matter your age, IUP offers programs that will suit your interests and broaden your horizons.

  • For Young Adults and Children

    Summer Honors Program
    The Robert E. Cook Honors College Summer Program is a place where talented high school students like you from across the country come together for intensive academic exploration and a glimpse of college life.
    Boy Scout Troop 11
    Boy Scout Troop 11 is sponsored by the Foundation for IUP and has been serving the youth of Indiana, Pennsylvania, and surrounding communities since 1972.
    Dual Enrollment
    Qualified high school juniors and seniors can enroll in courses at IUP for both college and high school credit.
    Literacy Center
    Assessment and instruction for children and adolescents needing assistance with reading and writing.
  • For Adults and Professionals

    Continuing Education
    The Office of Continuing Education at IUP serves the lifelong educational needs of a variety of students through distance education, credit, and noncredit programs.
    Institute for Rural Health and Safety
    The IUP Institute for Rural Health and Safety brings together university personnel from various disciplines and professional backgrounds to solve problems related to rural health and safety. It provides driver education, improvement programs, first responder, and emergency response team training.
    Center for Statistics Education in Pennsylvania
    The Center brings quantitative literacy and the hands-on use of mathematics manipulatives with a real data approach to the teaching of K-12 Pennsylvania teachers of mathematics and to their students.