If you find you need to defer your enrollment for a term other than the one you applied, please email graduate admissions or call 724-357-2222.
IUP is committed to ensuring access and services for graduate students
with disabilities. Disability
Access and Advising (D2A2) is the designated office through which access services are provided or to which documentation should be sent. If you have a disability of any type (medical, physical, psychological), and/or if you have had an IEP or
a 504 Plan in high school, services at another university, and/or are a client of OVR, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need to make tuition and fee payments, you can do so in a few different ways: IUP Easy Pay (found through MyIUP), directly in the Bursar’s Office, depository, and by mail.
Visit our costs and financial aid page for information on options for financing your degree.
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There are a variety of clubs and social/professional networking opportunities on campus. From the Graduate Student Assembly to individual program-based
clubs, students from across the university get together to socially connect and share research.
IUP has a range of public computer labs equipped with a wide variety of software, and some of these labs contain specialized software related to the
college or department hosting the lab. All students are allotted space on the H drive, which you can access on any campus computer once you’re logged in. You can also map the drive to your own computer.
IUP offers hardware support to students with computer problems. We also offer a
software for students at a discounted price with a valid I-Card.
Check out the dining options on campus.
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