Traveling to IUP at Northpointe is simple with these directions. The campus is conveniently located immediately off Route 28 at Exit 18.
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Attend a scheduled IUP at Northpointe Open House event offered at various times throughout the year. During your visit you will receive personalized information and guidance, an overview of academic possibilities, a review of tuition and funding opportunities, as well as a campus tour. To learn more how starting at IUP at Northpointe can ease your transition to a university education, attend an Open House event.
Monday–Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
There is no substitute for a campus visit. The IUP at Northpointe Regional Campus offers various educational opportunities just waiting to be explored. We also offer individual appointments to accommodate your schedule. To schedule an individual appointment, you must call or e-mail the Northpointe campus directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-294-3300.
You can receive advanced approval to visit our campus and attend a college class. You can experience first-hand the high-quality faculty instruction and the state-of-the-art classrooms, and meet current college students. This is only available through advanced permission, so contact us today to schedule a time.
The very best way to experience the college classroom is to take advantage of Dual Enrollment. Dual Enrollment allows you to take a college course on an IUP campus at a 75 percent discount while still attending high school. You earn the college credits as well as get experience in being academically successful on the college level. These credits and experiences will make college much easier when you attend full time after high school.
Graduate programs on the Northpointe campus are offered in a cohort format. This means that a group of students enter the program together, take the same courses, and graduate together. Prior to the start of every new cohort, there will be information sessions to learn more about the program and to make sure it is a good fit for you. These program-specific information sessions will be posted on this website. You may also request more information. This will place you in our contact database, and we will be sure to send you updates on information sessions for your intended program once they are scheduled.
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