Your education is more than a degree—it’s a turning point you work hard to reach. It’s your preparation for the world and for your future, wherever it takes you.
We believe in you and in what you can do. Set your goals, and we’ll help you reach them. Dedicated campus resources support our diverse student body. If you’re looking for advising, academic support, and counseling, you’ll find them—tailored to your specific needs. If you’re looking for opportunities—like research with professors or an internship that makes you stand out—we can help you find those, too.
Check out our Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement and our University College for more ways IUP supports your student experience.
Our multicultural admissions staff will help you through the process of applying to college. Contact Shawn Jones (email@example.com), Donovan Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Pamela Guzman (P.Guzman@iup.edu) by email or by phone at 724-357-2230.
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
Student Leadership and New Student Success
Caring about Latino Student Achievement
Frederick Douglass Institute
Office of International Education
Social Equity Office
Tips for Parents of Students Considering College
IUP at College Fairs Near You
IUP has more than 250 clubs and organizations—choose one or more. Continue doing an activity you love or try something new. If you’re looking for an organization that has a multicultural connection, check out the ones below.
List of Clubs and Organizations
African Dance Ensemble
Andale IUP Spanish Club
Ascension and Meditation Yoga Association
Black Emphasis Committee
Black Student League
Chinese Student Association
Egyptian Student Association
India Students Association
Japanese Student Association
P.O.I.Z. Modeling Club
Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity,
Latino Student Organization
NAACP, IUP Chapter
National Pan Hellenic Council
Ritmo Latino Dance Crew
Student Organization for Caribbean Awareness
Taiwanese Student Association
Voices of Joy
Dani Wade was looking for big ideas to help grow the IUP Food Pantry project. Thanks to a donation from a generous alumnus, she found them.
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Diamond Madison entered the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office for her internship, pausing to use her card to access the locked, restricted area. It was a Thursday, so she would be in the Autopsy Unit that day.
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When Sean Marion of Philadelphia was looking at colleges, he had a wide range of interests and possible majors he was considering. He discovered IUP had them all and found a way to individualize his degree to combine them.
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Mirian Lua, a nursing major in the Cook Honors College, traveled to Spain this summer after being awarded a scholarship from the Fund for Education Abroad.
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