The Regional Advantage

Our regional advantage enables you to receive a university education while commuting, close to home. Offering academic opportunities—including first-year courses, associate’s degrees, and bachelor’s degrees—IUP at Northpointe is a unique opportunity to attend a small campus that is committed to your success.

  • Enjoy a smooth transition from high school to college, without traveling far from home.

  • Involve yourself in a small campus where you can find the support to succeed.

  • Find friendships that will last a lifetime.

  • Learn in a state-of-the-art classroom and computer lab.

  • Be part of small classes with highly trained IUP faculty, all focused on your success.

  • Explore scholarships and grants that make IUP affordable.

 IUP at Northpointe is currently accepting applications for spring 2024. Visit IUP Admissions to apply today!

IUP at Northpointe Course Offerings

Learn more about what IUP at Northpointe has to offer prospective students.

News

Punxsutawney and Northpointe Students Take Field Trip to Pittsburgh

IUP Punxsutawney and IUP Northpointe students taking History class this fall took a field trip to Pittsburgh and learned about historical sites.

Simmons Named IUP at Northpointe Spring 2023 Essay Scholarship Recipient

Alexis Simmons, an IUP at Northpointe freshman student majoring in human development and family science, is the recipient of the 2022–23 IUP Northpointe Essay Scholarship for her essay on “The Influence Around Us.”

IUP at Northpointe Dean's List, Spring 2022

Listing of students attending the IUP at Northpointe campus who achieved the dean's list in spring 2022.

Professionalism in Work and Life Program Offered at IUP at Northpointe

IUP at Northpointe is offering a Professionalism in Work and Life program for high school students. The program will run 6:00–7:15 p.m. on May 9, 11, 16, and 18, 2022.

Northpointe Dean’s List, Fall 2021

Students who earn a 3.25 or higher grade point average based on at least 12 semester hours of graded coursework are recognized on the Dean’s List each semester: fall, spring, and summer.