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Answers When You Need Them

Being a college student can be overwhelming. But we offer an integrated network of support at IUP, so you know exactly where to turn when you need help.

Do you have academic questions or concerns? Your academic advisor can help you navigate all things academics.

What about general college experience questions? All first-year students are assigned a guide: a staff member who can help you figure out all the non-academic stuff.

  • Not sure who to ask? Visit the Hawks Q&A Center. They'll answer any question you might have or connect you with the right resource.
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Academic Support

Support is available to you through a variety of programs on campus, including assigned mentors, tutoring, writing center assistance, advice on choosing a major, library assistance, and more.

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Research Support

IUP is an R2 High Research Activity university, and everyone from faculty to first-year students has research opportunities available.

  • The Undergraduate Research Office is a central source for undergraduates looking to find, fund, or present research.
  • The Applied Research Lab provides students and faculty with expert assistance on research design and data analysis.
  • The IUP Research Institute supports all funded research on campus.
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Health and Wellness Support

The Center for Health and Well-Being provides services that students need to address their physical, mental, and emotional well-being. A variety of wellness support, from nutrition counseling to stress management, is also available.

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Whole-Student Support

We provide support for students with disabilities, veterans and service members, students in the LGBTQIA community, students who are parents and in need of child care, and others.

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Career and Professional Development Center

The Career and Professional Development Center provides support for students and alumni to make informed career decisions, gain career management skills, and achieve their professional goals. It sponsors an ongoing series of educational sessions and job fairs to help students prepare for and succeed in the job market.

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IT Support Center

Provides technology support to all students, faculty, and staff. Get service by submitting an help ticket or by visiting the Student Computing Help Desk, located in Delaney Hall.

Report an Incident of Concern

These reporting forms are for non-emergency reporting only. If any person may be in danger, call 911 immediately. For urgent emotional/mental health matters, please call the Crisis Intervention 24/7 Hotline at 1-877-333-2470.

Housing and Dining

Live Comfortably

Your residence hall is designed to be your home base from day one, close to everything—classes, shows, sporting events, fitness and health facilities, dining on campus, the Oak Grove, and more.

Fuel Your Day

Craving your favorites? Ready to be more adventurous and try something new? Take in the tempting variety of foods available to you. We even have steak nights and national brands like Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, and more. Come dine with us!