We are in the process of updating this information, and will post updates as they become available.
The library building on the Indiana campus is now closed. Many services continue to be offered electronically. Find information on the IUP Libraries website. For students in need of computer and internet access on campus, see that section below.
All regional campus libraries are closed until further notice.
The ASC@IUP Tutoring Center is committed to providing academic support to students during online instruction. Our peer tutors and Supplemental Instruction leaders are using Zoom to conduct their sessions, which are continuing on the same schedule. If you are enrolled in a class in which tutoring and SI are offered, you should have received an email before classes resumed, with directions on how to access the peer tutors and SI leaders.
SkillZone continues to offer academic and social support for international students and scholars through Zoom tutoring and Conversation Corner. You can learn more and make an appointment to work with a tutor on the SkillZone website.
The Academic Success Center has compiled information for students, including tips on online instruction and note-taking, overcoming procrastination, and the importance of self-care stress management.
Information about discipline-specific online tutoring is shared below:
If you are new to online classes, IUP’s student advocate suggests you take a look at this website—mindtools.com. Access
the Skill Areas section to find Time Management and Stress Management tips. You can read most of the articles in less than 10 minutes.
Online tutoring through the Kathleen Jones White Writing Center is available. Appointments take place in 45-minute sessions. You can choose from using an audio/video session, or, if your internet access is limited, you can upload your paper and receive feedback from a tutor. Schedule a tutorial session online or visit the Jones White Writing Center site to find contact information.
Information for both students and faculty members is provided on the Department of Disability Access and Advising website on the following topics:
A Virtual IT Support Center is now offering support to the IUP community face-to-face through Zoom videoconferencing technology. The hours are 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. Access the Virtual IT Support Center. This service supplements and does not replace other methods of getting IT support.
The IUP IT Support Center has created a resource page to help students get ready for all-online instruction.
See the IT Support Center’s list of things you’ll need to take classes online.
If a student doesn’t have internet access at their residence, a number of providers are making it free or low-cost for the duration of this crisis.
If you are a resident student who relied on campus computer labs, please log in to MyIUP and send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Housing Office is partnering with IT Services to make hardware available
For students in need of computer and internet access, the Ruddock Hall computer lab is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Questions about accessing the lab can be directed to email@example.com or 724-357-2596. No more than six students may be in the lab at one time.
For internet access, the IUP wireless network is available near various campus buildings to members of the IUP community. Recommended parking areas for internet access are Washington Street (west side), Johnson, Whitmyre, 11th Street (near Stephenson Hall), Stadium, Reschini, Stouffer, and South Campus.
Many IUP meetings and classes are now conducted using Zoom technology. Learn more about Zoom, IUP’s online meeting tool, and see how to secure Zoom meetings. IUP Information Technology Services and Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education are monitoring Zoom security announcements and making changes as recommendations are released.
If you are facing food insecurity, the IUP Food Pantry and Help Center is available by appointment through the end of the semester. If you need pantry items, please call 724-357-2220 (8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Please be prepared to present your I-Card.
The Office Social Equity and Title IX continues to respond to your concerns, although staff members are working remotely. Please leave a message at 724-357-3402 or email email@example.com. You may report an incident of concern at any time.
Although the Military and Veterans Resource Center is closed, Director Cory Shay is available to take questions by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 724-357-3008 or 724-357-3009. IUP’s move to online learning should not affect GI Bill benefits. Students called to active duty may contact Shay for assistance with military withdrawals or other concerns.
The IUP Research Institute continues to provide support with proposals for grant submissions and active grant projects. See IUP Research Institute Update and Guidance.
All appointments with staff from the CPDC will be done online, through services such as Skype, Zoom, a phone call, etc. There will be no face-to-face appointments the rest of the spring semester. To make an appointment, call 724-357-2235.
For review of resumes, cover letters and other career-related documents, email them to email@example.com.
All events scheduled by or through the CPDC during the spring semester have been canceled outright or postponed to the fall semester.