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Who are our students?

Prospective students and their parents, the campus community, and others may be curious about which counties, states, continents, and high schools produce the most IUP students or which majors are the most popular.

Here is that information, in a snapshot, for 2014.

Enrollment by County

See the number of IUP undergraduate, graduate, and total students from each Pennsylvania county. The intensity of the red signifies a greater number of students from that county.

 

County Graduate Undergraduate Total
Adams 1 56 57
Allegheny 260 1508 1768
Armstrong 54 374 428
Beaver 11 199 210
Bedford 12 68 80
Berks 8 181 189
Blair 46 198 244
Bradford 5 15 20
Bucks 9 240 249
Butler 38 368 406
Cambria 152 528 680
Cameron 1 18 19
Carbon 2 12 14
Centre 11 59 70
Chester 4 277 281
Clarion 13 47 60
Clearfield 15 144 159
Clinton 3 18 21
Columbia 3 25 30
Crawford 11 69 80
Cumberland 36 206 242
Dauphin 20 169 189
Delaware 9 184 193
Elk 11 85 96
Erie 37 204 241
Fayette 17 107 124
Forest 0 2 2
Franklin 5 78 83
Fulton 0 7 7
Greene 3 9 12
Huntingdon 4 29 33
Indiana 254 1232 1486
Jefferson 27 169 196
Juniata 1 14 15
Lackawanna 6 52 58
Lancaster 19 245 264
Lawrence 12 77 89
Lebanon 5 69 74
Lehigh 7 107 115
Luzerne 10 85 95
Lycoming 7 66 73
McKean 2 51 53
Mercer 10 85 95
Mifflin 5 48 53
Monroe 5 87 92
Montgomery 12 319 331
Montour 2 20 22
Northampton 11 110 121
Northumberland 6 52 58
Perry 4 25 29
Philadelphia 12 682 694
Pike 2 27 29
Potter 1 7 8
Schuylkill 3 43 44
Snyder 1 19 20
Somerset 24 112 136
Sullivan 0 0 0
Susquehanna 1 15 16
Tioga 3 26 29
Union 2 18 20
Venango 5 43 48
Warren 1 44 45
Washington 28 264 292
Wayne 1 19 20
Westmoreland 175 922 1097
Wyoming 0 15 15
York 15 265 280
Out of State 365 711 1076
Out of Country 501 448 893

 

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Enrollment by State

Because of lower in-state tuition rates, it’s no surprise Pennsylvania produces the most IUP undergraduates. But, IUP has strengthened recruitment in other states with the recent adoption of a tuition differential for out-of-state students with a grade-point average of at least 3.0. In addition, tuition discounts are offered to all students from Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia.

See the number of IUP undergraduate, graduate, and total students from each state. The intensity of the red signifies a greater number of students from that state.

 

 

State/Other Graduate Undergraduate Total
Alabama 4 0 4
Alaska 0 0 0
Arizona 2 2 4
Arkansas 0 0 0
California 23 5 28
Colorado 5 1 6
Connecticut 9 9 18
Delaware 1 15 16
District of Columbia 0 11 11
Florida 14 9 23
Georgia 6 2 8
Guam 0 0 0
Hawaii 0 1 1
Idaho 0 1 1
Illinois 15 5 29
Indiana 5 8 13
Iowa 1 0 1
Kansas 3 0 3
Kentucky 1 0 1
Louisiana 1 0 1
Maine 2 0 2
Maryland 26 194 220
Massachusetts 9 3 12
Michigan 9 6 15
Minnesota 7 0 7
Mississippi 1 0 1
Missouri 4 1 5
Montana 1 0 1
Nebraska 2 0 2
New Hampshire 3 0 3
New Jersey 32 167 199
New Mexico 0 0 0
New York 50 50 100
Nevada 0 1 1
North Carolina 19 4 23
North Dakota 2 0 2
Ohio 31 47 78
Oklahoma 0 0 0
Oregon 1 0 1
Pennsylvania 1482 10,918 12,400
Puerto Rico 2 0 2
Rhode Island 1 1 2
South Carolina 4 3 7
Tennessee 5 0 5
Texas 8 3 11
Utah 4 0 4
Vermont 1 2 3
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 0 0 0
Virginia 29 143 172
Washington 3 1 4
West Virginia 13 9 22
Wisconsin 4 5 9
Wyoming 0 0 0
Total 2,257 12,471 14,728

 

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Enrollment by High School

The ten high schools producing the most IUP undergraduates:

Enrollment by High school
                                                                                                   
High School Enrollment
Indiana Area Senior High School 366
General High School Foreign 220
Marion Center Area Junior/Senior High School 133
Punxsutawney Area High School 129
Seneca Valley Sr High School 128
Kiski Area High School 124
Homer Center Junior-Senior High School 110
Plum Senior High School 102
Hempfield Area Senior High School 95
Ford City Junior-Senior High School 90

Top Majors

The ten most popular majors among IUP undergraduates:

Top majors
                                                                                                   
Major Enrollment
Criminology 1046
Nursing 589
Management 570
Psychology 529
Physical Education and Sport 492
Communications Media 457
Marketing 441
Biology 439
Accounting 410
Undeclared Business 347

Enrollment by Continent

IUP has the highest number of international students among Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education schools. Representing more than seventy-one countries, IUP’s international students make up nearly 6 percent of the total student body.

Following is a breakdown of IUP undergraduate, graduate, and total students by continent:

 

 

Continent/
Geographic Region
Graduate Undergraduate  Total
North America 6 4 10
South America 3 24 27
Europe 4 26 30
Asia 345 432 777
Africa 36 10 46
Australia/Oceania 0 2 2

 

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