What do I love about IUP? Everything. I absolutely love the prelaw program. My professors are always available for my questions. The campus is beautiful. I'm 100 percent happy here.
—Alexandra Hilditch, Class of 2014; history prelaw major; Honors College student
Our professors sense potential. If you're willing to work hard, our professors work hard with you and for you.
—Franklin Mosley, Class of 2014; music major, vocal performance
; played lead role in IUP Music Theater's production of Pirates of Penzance; earned IUP scholarships to study in Italy
I'm working in my third internship. For a business student, theory is one thing, but putting knowledge to use is what hits the mark.
-Ryan Egan, Class of 2014; double major in operations management and economics;
Honors College student; professors helped with finding three internships
IUP doesn't just teach you; it gets you involved in the field you want to work in. I'm learning the technical side of computer science and the ethical issues too.
—Lojjik Braughler, Class of 2017; computer science major; Upward Bound student; earned first place in technology concepts in Future Business Leaders of America national contest
When I visited IUP, the campus felt perfect. My freshman year in Stephenson was really nice. I felt at home.
—Tori Stone, Class of 2015; geography major with an environmental geographer concentration; minors in psychology and anthropology; found
her perfect major after joining the ECO student club
Shawn from the Multicultural Resources Office came to my high school in Philly. He saw my leadership experience and academic accomplishments; he understood what I have to
offer. He made me feel like an asset.
—Marc Colón, Class of 2016; finance major; earned IUP Promising Scholars full-tuition scholarship; leader in CALSA, Caring About Latino Student Achievement
That's something about the Journalism Department I really love-we definitely feel a sense of community. The alumni are always willing to help. They were in our shoes once, so they make time for us if we want to do an informational interview or
shadow them for an afternoon.
-Kayle Scott, Class of 2014; English and journalism double
major; member, Public Relations Student Society of America, Society of Professional Journalists
IUP has a good name in speech pathology. It's a competitive field, and IUP has a really good program.
—Kristen Martin, Class of 2015; speech-language pathology and audiology major; member of the National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association; commuted to campus her first two years
Jacque in the Upward Bound Office helped me a lot in applying for the Dell scholarship. She made phone calls to my high school and wrote a recommendation. I'm really grateful.
—Christina Bryner, Class of 2016; double major in accounting and finance;
Upward Bound student; earned $20,000 Dell Foundation scholarship
There are so many academic opportunities here. I went to Turkey with the Honors College, to Italy to study art history, and to Spain as part of my Spanish major.
—Megan Henry, Class of 2014; double major in art education and Spanish; studio minor in ceramics;
Honors College student