Status of Buildings, Facilities, and Services

  • The statuses below are for IUP's Summer Sessions, which end August 6. The fall semester begins August 24.

    Information about the facilities and services below, as well as others, will be updated as details become available.

    Remember that campus resources, facilities, and services (including computer labs, dining halls, and fitness centers) are available to all students, including those taking all-remote classes.

    To limit the number of people on campus during summer, many buildings and offices have been physically closed. But, our employees are working hard—many of them remotely—and ready to assist you. Facilities staff members are readying buildings in preparation for the fall.

    Buildings and Facilities

    Academic Buildings

    Access to academic buildings is restricted.

    Faculty and staff members who need to return to their offices to prepare for fall should refer to the Returning to Campus page, Arrival/Return to Campus section.

    In addition, Folger will follow the guidelines for occupancy, social distancing, and cleaning protocols designed for academic buildings. Folger will likely be dedicated for student activities.

    Gyms and Athletic Facilities

    Facilities in Zink Hall and Memorial Field House are not available.


    The Student Cooperative Association will provide services at the Hadley Union Building under the following schedule for the remainder of the summer.

    Come fall, the Student Co-op will operate the HUB 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.

    Kovalchick Complex

    The Kovalchick Complex will operate under the Oak View Group Facilities reopening plan and in accordance with university, state, and CDC guidance relating to group gatherings for all events, meetings, conferences, and non-IUP varsity athletics competitions.


    The physical building in Indiana is closed; services are available online.

    Although the library building on the Indiana campus is closed for the summer, many services continue to be offered electronically.

    The building, which will be set up to promote social distancing, will open for general use with the start of the fall semester. Find information on the IUP Libraries website.

    Other Campuses and Centers

    All regional campus libraries are closed until further notice.

    Pittsburgh East has reopened on a modified schedule. Currently, it is open Monday through Thursday from noon until 10:00 p.m. You may wish to call ahead at 412-824-1999.

    Post Office

    Physical offices are open.


    The IUP Post Office, located in the bottom of Folger Hall, is open normal hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. until 3:55 p.m.). Please stop in and pick up any mail and/or packages you have received. If you are not able to pick up items during this time, please complete a forwarding card.

    • Visit the Forms section of the Post Office website and choose the “Form for Forwarding University Post Office Mail.” Complete the form, save it to your computer, then email the card to

    • After the Post Office receives this, USPS mail/packages will be forwarded to you. UPS and FedEx do not offer this service. Those items will be returned to the sender if you cannot pick them up.


    Open this fall from 8:00 a.m. to 3:55 p.m., Monday through Friday, the IUP Post Office will take special precautions to keep students and employees safe. For example, face masks will be required, the lobby will have a 10-person limit, and students will need to ask a postal employee to retrieve their mail—they will not be able to access their own mailboxes. For more information, see “Everything You Need to Know about Using the IUP Post Office.”

    Residential Buildings

    These are currently closed, except for limited residential spaces in Ruddock Hall for students remaining in university housing.

    Offices and Services

    Financial Aid/Bursar

    This fall, employees in student-facing offices, such as the Office of Financial Aid and the Office of the Bursar, will help students in person, working within social-distancing guidelines.

    IndiGo Buses

    IndiGo buses will run this fall. All active students who show their I-Card will continue to receive free access.

    Career and Professional Development Center

    Physical offices are closed; services are available online.

    All appointments with staff members will be conducted online, through services such as Skype or Zoom, or by phone. To make an appointment, call 724-357-2235.

    Health Service

    Physical offices are closed; online and telehealth services are available.

    Military and Veterans Resource Center

    Physical offices are closed; services are available online.

    Director Cory Shay is available to take questions by email at or by phone at 724-357-3008 or 724-357-3009. Students called to active duty may contact Shay for assistance with military withdrawals or other concerns.

    Social Equity and Title IX

    Physical offices are closed; services are available online.

    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 You may report an incident of concern at any time.

    University Testing Services

    The University Testing Services office will remain closed through the fall semester.