IUP by the Numbers

IUP Magazine regularly chronicles the physical changes that occur on the university’s three campuses. Other changes may not be so visible. Here is a look inside IUP as of Fall Semester, 2008–2009.

  • Faculty and Staff 
    773 faculty members
    844 administration and staff members
  • Students
    14,310—44 percent male; 56 percent female; 8 percent of nontraditional age
    11,928 undergraduate
    2,382 graduate
    1,852 minority (13 percent)
    668 international (5 percent)
    Students come to IUP from 48 states and 77 countries around the world.
    4,114 live on campus (28 percent).
  • Enrollment by College
    Eberly College of Business and Information Technology—2,184 undergraduate; 355 graduate
    College of Education and Educational Technology—1,355 undergraduate; 813 graduate
    College of Fine Arts—761 undergraduate; 43 graduate
    College of Health and Human Services—4,049 undergraduate; 463 graduate
    Colleges of Humanities and Social Sciences—1,704 undergraduate; 526 graduate
    College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics—1,663 undergraduate; 146 graduate
    School of Graduate Studies and Research—33
    School of Continuing Education—215
  • Degrees awarded (2007–2008)
    2,099 undergraduate
    720 graduate
    79 doctoral
  • Alumni
    110,371 (with undergraduate degrees)
    9,036 (with graduate degrees only)
    Alumni live in every state and in 87 countries.
  • Degree programs
    145 undergraduate majors
    61 master’s programs
    10 doctoral programs
  • Student/faculty Ratio
    16 to 1. Nearly all classes taught by faculty members, not by graduate assistants
  • Varsity Sports
    8 for men; 11 for women
  • Student Organizations
    More than 220 are recognized, including 18 fraternities and 14 sororities
  • Tuition and Fees
    For 2008–2009 (not including housing or dining):
    $6,959—Undergraduate
    $7,978—Graduate
  • Financial Aid
    For 2007–2008, amount awarded:
    $127,281,540
    Average award: $10,220
    Students receiving aid: 12,454 (78 percent)
  • University Operating Budget
    $244,451,770 (2008–2009)
  • Value of University and Foundation for IUP Endowments
    $44,348,230, as of June 2008