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IUP is nationally recognized for offering an education of value.

It has been included in publications including Consumer Digest Magazine’s “Best Values in Public Colleges and Universities,” Kiplinger’ s “100 Best Buys in Public Colleges and Universities,” and How to Get an Ivy League Education at a State School by Martin Nemko.

Provided by the Office of Financial Aid, typical costs per year for full-time, in-state IUP undergraduate students for 2014–2015 are shown in the chart.

For more information about IUP tuition and fees, visit the Office of the Bursar.

2013 Cost
Tuition (In-State) $6,820
Required Fees $2,650
Room and Board (On-Campus) $11,346
Other Expenses (Books, Transportation, Etc.) $3,284
Total $24,100
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