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Seeing Campus from Afar

A view of the interactive map

A view of the interactive map

Looking around the IUP campus—past and present—just got easier. The recently redesigned IUP website shows off the campus with two new features: a set of virtual tours and an interactive map.

The virtual tours include an IUP Then and Now tour, which shows how campus buildings and other landmarks have changed over the decades, and a Campus Highlights tour, which uses video to showcase 10 of the most popular places on campus.

The IUP website via mobile phone

The IUP website via mobile phone

With the interactive map, users can select any of the 59 buildings on the Indiana campus and find pictures, information, or (using Google Maps technology) directions from anywhere on the globe. It is particularly helpful for in-person visits: Users can pinpoint parking areas, restrooms, ATMs, and other campus features.

The revamped website also features a fluid design that easily adapts to mobile devices. Find out more about the interactive map and virtual tours.

More from the Spring 2016 Issue of IUP Magazine

Race: The Next Step

Race: The Next Step

A racist photo that went viral on social media has brought an age-old problem—at IUP and across the nation—to the forefront of campus business.

“Aunt Jane”: IUP’s George Washington

“Aunt Jane”: IUP’s George Washington

Considered Indiana Normal School’s guiding spirit, Jane Leonard inspired thousands of students and, perhaps, a U.S. president.

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Giant Leap

Ben McAdoo ’00 is the first IUP alumnus to play or coach in the NFL without having played a down for his alma mater.

Changing Corporate Culture

Dick Macedonia '66, former CEO of Sodexo, reflects on his efforts to make Sodexo a more inclusive company.

Vantage Point

Selected IUP faculty respond to the question:"What is one thing you teach or have taught that you think will be gone from lesson plans 15 years from now?"