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Disability Services Major Wins Coppler Award

Learn about this year’s winner of the Ray Coppler Disability Awareness Award. Named for its first student recipient, the award recognizes exemplary and creative contributions to disability awareness, advocacy, accessibility, support, and/or education.

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Black Student Groups: A History of Building Community at IUP

Black students in the ’70s and ’80s often formed groups around like interests—from the arts to political action to service through fraternities and sororities. See how these groups built community at IUP, paving the way for future Black students.

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“A Mentor for Life”

See how an IUP assistant vice president changed a graduate student’s life and how their relationship grew from mentor and mentee to colleagues in the video “A Mentor for Life” from the Connections video series.

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IUP Chosen for International Research Program

The International Research and Exchange Board chose IUP and the IUP Research Institute to host two international visitors as part of the University Administration Support Program Fellowships in Research Management.

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Voices of Experience: Black Alumni Helping Black Students

More than a dozen Black alumni, some of whom attended IUP 40 years apart, are working with their alma mater to improve the college experience for current Black students, putting them on a path to success.


Recognizing Partner Violence

The Haven Project and Sigma Kappa invite you to a presentation on intimate partner violence in college.

Healthy Relationships Presentation

Join the Haven Project and Society for Human Resource Management for a presentation on healthy relationships.

Silent Witnesses on Display for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Stop by the display to honor the stories of those who were killed by domestic violence. We must commit to be their voices now that they can no longer speak for themselves.

Green Dot Training: All Students Welcome

Join the Haven Project for training in the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Together we can make IUP a safer place for everyone!

Volunteer Training: Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Join the Haven Project to learn the signs of domestic violence and what to do if you or someone close to you is affected. Volunteer for events in October which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

IUP Holocaust Remembrance Committee Hosting Holocaust Survivors for Sept. 26 Presentation

The Holocaust Remembrance Committee at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will host two Holocaust survivors for a special presentation on September 26 at 6:00 p.m. in the IUP Hadley Union Building’s Ohio Room. The presentation is free and open to the community.

Incident Reporting and Protections

Report an Incident of Concern

These incidents may involve bias/discrimination, sexual misconduct, student conduct, cheating and other academic-integrity issues, student crises, and more. Different types of incidents are reported in different ways. Report them here.

How IUP Responds to Incidents of Bias and Hate

See the procedure IUP follows to (1) assess the threat to safety, (2) investigate the incident, (3) work with the offending individual to educate and restore, (4) support the victims and affected community, and (5) communicate what is being done.

DEI Policies

Find IUP policies that offer protection related to diversity, equity, and inclusion issues—from preferred first names to hazing to course scheduling for veterans.

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See how to get help for your academic, research, health and wellness, technology, and career-planning needs. Also, find scholarships and scholars programs of special interest to students from diverse backgrounds.

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On-Campus Access

The campus provides these physical features and spaces to meet students’ diverse needs:

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American Language Institute

Students from around the world can improve their English language skills and their understanding of US academic culture.

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