Due to ongoing national concern regarding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), all on-campus admissions visits have been canceled to minimize the risk of disease transmission. Guests who have signed up for events will be notified by the Admissions Office. In the meantime, please visit campus virtually utilizing the resources below.
Things are uncertain right now, we know. In a perfect world, you’d be here. You’d be in the Oak Grove. You’d see where the new science building is coming. You’d see what makes IUP so special. But until things get back to normal, we’re got some virtual
resources to give you a taste of what it’s like to visit IUP. And when this is over, we’d love to have you come visit in person.
We want to see you on campus, no doubt. And we’ve got an awesome daily visit event to fit your busy schedule. But since we’re not able to hold visits on campus before June, we’ve got another option for you. Start by watching the admissions video
here, and then check out the virtual tour next. It’s almost as good as really being here!
Other than being here in person, it’s the best way to see IUP. Tour campus through videos and photographs, with stops at a residence hall, dining facility, academic building, library, the Oak Grove, and more.
Our suites are awesome, and they’re a great home away from home. Check out our three most popular suite styles with Crimson Guides Jacob and Kayla.
Upcoming dates to be determined. Please explore virtual visit options above.
Two Saturdays per semester (6x a year)
Get a complete look at IUP, including campus and residence hall tours, student life and academic fairs, and the chance to learn more about the major you’re interested in.
Learn More about the Open House
Out of concern for the safety of our guests, all remaining dates have been canceled.
Learn about the many ways IUP provides opportunities and supports student success. Experience IUP includes sessions covering a variety of college topics—choose the ones that interest you the most.
Learn More about Experience IUP
Learn about the admissions process and get a 90-minute, student-led campus tour. Make arrangements ahead to meet with the academic department of your choice.
Learn More about Weekday Visits
Virtual Appointments: April 27, June 1, and June 22, 2020
Get personalized, one-on-one guidance that can take you through the transfer application process in one day!
Learn More about Total Transfer Day
Apply to IUP a week before you attend this event and get your decision before you leave campus this day!
Learn More about Decision Days
Hoping for a sneak peek? Tour campus through videos and photographs, with stops at a residential hall, dining hall, academic building, library, the Oak Grove, and more. If you can’t get to campus, it’s a great overview—with students leading the tour.
If you’re on campus but not able to attend a scheduled tour, it can be your guide.
Take the Virtual Tour
Talk with an IUP representative at one of the many college fairs we attend in cities across Pennsylvania and other states. View the schedule to see when and where the fairs are occurring.
We highly recommend our group events, but if your schedule won’t allow it, please call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment (does not include campus tour).
We welcome high school counselors interested in bringing a group of students to campus. We’ll do our very best to accommodate your students’ interests and provide them with a great experience! Please contact us in advance to make arrangements.
Remember to check the weather on your visit day and have an umbrella handy if you’ll need one. Check our Admissions Visitors Inclement Weather Policy for questions about
program cancelations. If you’re going to be taking a campus tour, we recommend you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
There are several options for visiting the Culinary Academy, including Baking Buffet Tours, Open Houses, and more.
Attend an Open House to learn more about this regional campus located just outside Pittsburgh, Pa.
Our Punxsutawney campus provides a small, engaging atmosphere for students in the Punxsutawney area.