Helpful Information for Registered Visiting Students

Now that you are registered, this information will help you learn how to use your MyIUP account.

Helpful Tips and How-To's

Check Your IUP Email

Access your email via Your access to your email account uses the same username and password as MyIUP.

Please check your IUP email daily because this is the only method of communication at IUP. If you have problems accessing your account, please contact our IT Support Center at 724-357-4000 or for help.

Transfer Your Credits

Please visit the Registrar's Office to request an official transcript after you have completed your course. You will need to have this sent to your school.

Transfer Your Credits, Pennsylvania State System Visiting Students Only (both undergraduate and graduate)

If you are a State System visiting student, both your credit and grade will transfer back to your home school. IUP will automatically send the transcript to your registrar's office.

Drop/Add a Course

Please send an email from your IUP email account, including your student ID number that begins with the @ symbol, to requesting the course(s) to be added or dropped.

Withdrawal from a Course

Please contact the Office of the Registrar at 724-357-2217 or

Order Your Textbooks

Log in to MyIUP under the Academics tab at the top of the page. Scroll down to course registration and textbooks and select Print your book list. This page will show you the books required for your course.

Pay Your Bill

The bill will be sent electronically to your IUP email account. IUP has implemented an electronic billing and online payment service through IUP EasyPay. It is accessible from the Student Billing website or through MyIUP.

Accessing Your Class

Online courses can be accessed through MyIUP. You will need to check both D2L and Moodle to see which platform is being used to teach your class. Please remember that most faculty member's do not open their class until the first day of the semester. Your class may not be visible in D2L or Moodle prior to the first day of class.

Get Ready to Take Your Course

Here are some great tips: Get Ready for Online Success.