You’ve adapted. So have we. We've moved Admissions online for the time being. But we're still here to help you join the Crimson Hawks family.
We don't want anything to hold you back from applying, especially SAT testing. That's why we now have SAT-optional criteria for all majors.
If you can’t come to campus, we have a few options to bring campus to you. See the virtual visit options.
There really is nothing like seeing it all for yourself. So snag a time for you and your family to have an In-Person Appointment and Campus Tour.
Because we believe in you. In all our students. Study hard. Grab opportunities. Need help? No problem. We teach you how to meet the challenges. We’ll even teach you teamwork.
Not sure about your major yet? At many colleges, you’d be labeled “undecided” and expected to figure out a major on your own. Here, you are an “explorer,” and we are all set to guide you as you seek the major that suits you best with help from
You’ll find fun—maybe it’s a dance team or ultimate Frisbee. You’ll find friends. In class. In clubs. Where you live.
It’s four really good years. A degree nobody can ever take away from you. An experience you’d do all over again.
Graduate ready. Start your career. Know you’re prepared to handle whatever comes down the road.
Visit us. You’ll see.
Advice. Direction. New options. Opportunities. It’s not just about picking a major anymore. It’s about where you want life to take you.
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You’ll find so much to do here that you’ll miss it when you graduate—get involved, join a club, see a show, or walk downtown to explore.
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You care about what you’ll get from the next four years—and your financial future, too. We like students who know how to shop for a good value—and they like us.
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You’ll get a feeling. Then, you’ll know. Maybe it will be in the Oak Grove. Maybe when a professor listens to you and encourages you. Just visit. Experience IUP for yourself.
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Accepted…Admitted…The FAFSA? What does it all mean? It can be challenging to apply for college, scholarships, and financial aid. Hang in there. We are here to help.
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Have questions? Just email or call us. You’ll find our professors are happy to talk about their programs, and our staff are experts who do their best to get you the answers you need.
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