IUP by the Numbers
Change is hard to gauge at an institution that’s nearly 136 years old.
Sometimes, when one walks through the Oak Grove, IUP seems as it has always been. Take a few steps to the east or south, though, and all the new buildings can make it almost unrecognizable. A lot of change in the past decade is intangible—at least until illustrator David Raymond puts it into pictures, as he has here.
The magazine is indebted for much of the information presented to Chris Kitas of the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment and Nathan Bish of Advancement Services.