Sutton Hall

IUP is a smart choice. You bring the energy and determination. We provide what you need to exceed your goals.

You can choose from more than 100 majors, taught by professors who are invested in you. Out of the classroom, enjoy the Oak Grove and our suite-style residence halls. Take part in some of the many student activities we offer or join one of our more than 200 student organizations.

IUP consistently ranks as an excellent value in cost and quality of education. Add in your financial aid and scholarships, and your costs could be lower than you might expect.


Tuition and Fee Cost Estimator

Estimate your cost to attend IUP, including tuition, fees, and room and board.

IUP Cost Estimate, 2024–25

Pa. Resident Out-of-State
Tuition* $7,716 $11,200
Estimated Fees* $3,664 $5,097
Housing** $7,300 $7,300
Meal plan $3,620 $3,620
Annual cost* $22,300 $27,217

*Tuition for 2024–25 will be finalized by Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education Board of Governors in July 2024. Housing and meal plans are not yet final.

**BONUS! Usually, our most popular suite costs $8,300. We're giving freshmen in 2024 a $1,000 housing scholarship for living on campus. All suite types apply. Room and board amounts above are based on the most common room (the two-person shared semi-suite) and the most popular meal plan (19 meals/week and $250 Flex). Amounts vary according to the other housing and meal plan options available.

Students will also incur other expenses not included on their billing statement that are factored into calculating their cost of attendance. These additional expenses include books, course materials, and supplies estimated at $1,100, personal/miscellaneous expenses estimated at $1,580, transportation expenses ranging from an estimated $500 to $1,500, and estimated federal direct loan fees estimated at $100 (as applicable). For more information on understanding the cost of attendance, please visit the Cost of Attendance vs. Your Bill website.

Enjoy Residence Hall Life in the Heart of Campus

Residence Hall life has it all. You're close to your classes, shows on campus, sporting events, dining options, and fitness and health facilities. You'll also enjoy activities planned for your floor by your residence hall assistant, a student you can turn to if you have any questions about college life or resources you need.

Housing Rates and Information

Visit, and you'll be surprised by how new our residence and dining facilities are. Rates listed are per person per semester for the 2023–24 academic year. Housing costs listed below are before the $500/semester on-campus housing scholarship that all residential students automatically receive.  Cook Honors College students should contact the Honors College if they have questions.


Options Price per
Two-person shared semi-suite $4,150
Two-person private semi-suite $4,475
Two-person shared suite $4,490
Four-person shared suite $4,490
Four-person private suite $4,735
Two-person private suite w/private bath $5,130
One-person private suite (very limited) $5,265
Commons Fee (suite residents only) $125

Meal Plans

Options Price per

*75F and 7F is for off-campus students only. Not available to resident students.

Plan 19F (19+$250 Flex) $1,810
Plan 14F (any 14+$350 Flex) $1,796
Plan 175F (any 175 meals per semester+$350 Flex) $1,809
Plan 10F (any 10 meals per week+$350 Flex) $1,747
Plan 75F* (any 75+$100 Flex) $977
Plan 7F* (any 7 meals per week+$100 Flex) $1,150