We know how serious you are about staying on track when you make a decision to transfer. We’ll work with you to make sure you can transfer as many credits as possible to IUP.
Look over the options below to learn a bit more about the process, then follow the
How to Apply link. If you have any questions, call our Transfer Services office at 724-357-5553.
Use our transfer credit evaluation tool to see how courses from other colleges transfer in to IUP.
More about Transferring Credits
IUP is an affordable college choice and a great value. Estimate your cost to attend IUP including tuition, fees, room and board.
More about Tuition Cost Estimator
Register for an event, schedule an individual appointment, and find out how we can meet your needs as a transfer student at our various campus visit programs.
More about Visiting IUP as a Transfer
Do you qualify as a transfer student? Find out, and learn more about what you need to be admitted to IUP and popular majors.
More about Admission Requirements and Deadlines
Your best bet is to read these instructions entirely before applying.
We’re committed to value and want to invest in the success of our transfer students through this scholarship.
New transfer students who meet all of the below criteria are eligible to receive a one-time award between $1,000 and $2,000. The exact amount you can receive depends on your number of earned college credits and cumulative GPA.
To qualify, you should:
In addition to IUP’s Transfer Scholarship, you might also be eligible for some of our other scholarship opportunities. Find more IUP scholarship information and resources for identifying external scholarships on our general scholarships website.
Questions about transfer scholarships? Contact Lori Roles, assistant director of Admissions, at
A second degree student at IUP is a student who has already earned a bachelor’s degree from IUP or any other accredited institution and is interested in pursuing a second bachelor’s degree.
Learn more about applying as a second degree student.
Are you an incoming freshman who has taken AP courses, CLEP Exams, or college credits in high school?
Learn more about how to get college credit at IUP.
There is a lot of information for any transfer student to know. We've made a collection of policies to help you understand what you need to know.
Learn about transfer policies at IUP.