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Undergraduate Students

IUP has more than 140 degree programs. Please see the links below to find out what majors are available and how to apply to IUP. These links will help you find answers to your questions.

After you have been admitted, the Office of International Education will mail an acceptance package to you. Contact the Office of International Education, intl-education@iup.edu, if you have questions about your immigration status and procedures.

Undergraduate Admission Options

Undergraduate Application Requirements 
International undergraduate applicants must take these steps to be considered for admission to IUP.
ALI Provisional 
An international student can be provisionally admitted to a bachelor’s degree program if all of IUP’s admission requirements are met, except for the required TOEFL score.
Transfer Students
Students who have taken the equivalent of twelve college credits at another institution in the U.S. or abroad can apply as transfer students. See how classes at other universities transfer to IUP.
Honors College
This program is specific for high achievers and for those who want to be challenged during their undergraduate studies.
Second Baccalaureate Program 
Students who already have one bachelor’s degree and who need to take prerequisites for a master’s program, or who want a second bachelor’s degree, can apply directly to the Office of Adult and Continuing Education and not through the Admissions office.
Culinary School
International Education handles all immigration documents for admitted international students, including admissions to the Academy of Culinary Arts.

Other Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Majors
View a complete list of majors offered at IUP.
Tuition and Fees for Undergraduates 
Find tuition and fee information for in-state and out-of-state undergraduates.
Frequently asked questions
Answers to questions many international students have about IUP
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