Updates:Commencement: September 12 Ceremony Changed to Virtual Format
Major Campus Events
Commencement, September 12 Ceremony
Theater, Musical Theater, and Dance Arts
College is about more than classes and exams. At IUP, there are many ways to wind down when you need to, but how that will happen will change. Here’s information about athletics, concerts and performances, admissions events, and more.
Nonessential visitors, volunteers, and activities involving external groups or organizations should be limited.
All face-to-face gatherings must follow guidelines set forth by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pennsylvania Department of Education, and Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education.
Indoor events and gatherings of more than 25 people, including faculty and staff members, are prohibited.
Facilities will identify areas and space for impromptu and planned social gatherings to help the campus community self-regulate.
Event organizers will follow local and state regulatory agency policies related to group gatherings to determine if events can
be held. They will also follow existing IUP guidelines for requesting facility use, including work-order submission, to enable the appropriate pre-event preparation and post-event cleanup.
We will make decisions about major campus/university events as we get additional information from national and state officials about gatherings. Programming will continue to be offered with an increased virtual presence or option and reduced face-to-face
All campus events should be held in accordance with university, state, and health department guidance for group gatherings, social distancing, capacities, cleaning, and available protective equipment and use of face coverings.
Based on current conditions and guidelines, event organizers will continually assess whether an event can proceed safely.
All daily tours are suspended for the summer, but virtual events are available. We’ll follow up-to-date CDC, state, and State System social distancing and group gathering guidelines for
the safety of all visitors, faculty, staff, current students, and the Indiana community as we plan visit options.
You can always call the Office of Admissions to ask questions. We don’t want this situation to keep you from getting all the information you need to make your decision.
If you are coming to IUP from high school or transferring from another college, call 724-357-2230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a candidate for graduate admission, call 724-357-2222 or email email@example.com.
If you’re interested in visiting the IUP Academy of Culinary Arts, call 800-438-6424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because of continued concerns about transmission of COVID-19 and more restrictive guidelines for large indoor gatherings, commencement ceremonies for May and August graduates, planned to take place on campus September 12, will be offered in a virtual
IUP has transitioned on-campus orientation for summer 2020 to a virtual experience. Students begin the process by completing the Hawks 100 and 101 courses through MyIUP. Their orientation experiences continue to be held
on the dates for which they preregistered. Those students should watch their IUP email for directions on how to connect to those meetings. Placement testing must be completed at least 72 hours before students’ orientation sessions. IUP will send reminders
as those dates approach. Students will also be prompted two days before their orientation sessions to confirm their attendance.
Incoming students will be assessed an orientation fee, which will cover the online orientation program and related costs. Please refer to Orientation FAQ for more information.
Parents are encouraged to participate in the orientation program with their students. In addition, parents will receive emails about online information sessions.
Find more information on the Orientation website. If you have questions, please email email@example.com or call 724-357-5658.
As the name suggests, we’ve created a week full of activities to welcome new students. You’ll discover everything you need to get the best start to your college journey—resources, opportunities, friends, and more. You’ll also find ways to be a leader—among
your own friends, in class, or in an organization. Find more information on the Welcome Week website.
Following a decision from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, all mandated conference athletic events and championships
are suspended for the fall semester.
The Student Cooperative Association will operate the Hadley Union Building and other Co-op facilities, such as the HUB Fitness Center and gymnasium, Co-op Recreational Park, and HUB meeting rooms, with modified hours and adjustments made according to
the needs of the campus and in accordance with all university, state, and health department guidance.
STATIC will adhere to all university, state, and health department/CDC guidance regarding events.
IUP has extended the audition period through the summer. See how to send your video-recorded audition.
Fine Arts programming should continue throughout the academic year following proper university, state, and CDC guidance.