How to Apply and Next Steps

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    Take the first step! Make your goals a reality. Start here.

    Look at all the angles—opportunities, academics, professors who care, and costs. Apply today, and visit us soon. We think you’ll like what’s happening here and where IUP can take you. If you have any questions, just give us a call or email us. We’ll be happy to help you through the process.

    Apply Online
    • Create your profile. Once you begin, you’ll be able to save your application to return to later.
    Apply On Paper
    • PDF download, print, and complete.

    Freshman and Transfer Applications

    Applications are being accepted now for:

    Codes you'll need:

    IUP SAT code: 2652; ACT code: 3704.

    How to Apply

    Admission Requirements

    General Studies

    The Decision Process

    IUP makes admission decisions on a rolling basis. Within weeks of applying, you’ll receive a letter in the mail notifying you of the decision.

    If you’re accepted, the first thing you need to do is send your tuition deposit ($150) promptly to secure your place in the entering class.

    For more information, see admission requirements and planning.

    Readmission to IUP

    Undergraduate students who have withdrawn from the university or were not enrolled during the previous regular semester must complete an application for readmission. Get more information.

     
  • Next Steps After You Are Admitted to IUP

    After being admitted to IUP, you’ll have a lot to plan before you get to campus. We hope this checklist helps you and your family understand the major parts of this process. We are happy to answer any questions you may have as you compare colleges and consider all IUP has to offer. Visit soon—there are advantages to choosing IUP early.

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    Indiana University of Pennsylvania is committed to assisting all members of the community in providing their own safety and security. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report contains three years of campus crime and fire statistics, certain campus security and fire policy statements, as well as statistics for public areas immediately adjacent to campus as required by the Jeanne Clery Act. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for all of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campuses can be found online. To obtain a printed copy of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, please contact: IUP Department of Public Safety, 850 Maple Street Indiana Pa 15705; telephone 724-357-2141. 

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