Enrollment

  • Students on campusIn fall 2019, IUP’s total student enrollment was 10,636.

    The following enrollment figures are for fall 2019: 

    Enrollment by Degree and Level

    Breakdown of IUP students and full-time equivalents by level of degree sought:

      Headcount Full-Time Equivalent
    Total 10,348 8,678
    Undergraduate 8,279 7,619
    Graduate, Master’s 1,242 797
    Graduate, Doctoral 837 262

    Clock hour students: 288

    Number of transfer students: 346

     
    Full Time
    Part Time
    Undergraduate 7,489 790
    Graduate 817 1,252

    Total Enrollment by Year

    Enrollment figures for the past five years:

    enrollment by year

    Diversity

    In fall 2019, minority students made up nearly 21 percent of the total student body, and international students—representing 53 countries—made up 5 percent of the student body.

    Following is the ethnic breakdown of the total student body:

    chart of diversity

    Total Enrollment by Gender

    Following is the gender breakdown of the total student body:

    chart of enrollment by gender

    Enrollment by State of Residency

    While out-of-state students made up only 6.7 percent of total enrollment in fall 2019, IUP has strengthened recruitment in that area with the recent adoption of a tuition differential for out-of-state undergraduate students with a grade-point average at least 3.0. 

    The breakdown by residency of undergraduate and graduate students:

    Undergraduate

    chart about enrollment by state of residency

    Graduate

    chart of graduate student residency

    Enrollment by Campus

    In addition to its main campus in Indiana, Pennsylvania, IUP has regional campuses in Punxsutawney, Pa. (IUP Punxsutawney) and Freeport, Pa. (IUP at Northpointe). Graduate programs are also offered at an IUP facility in Monroeville, Pa. (IUP Pittsburgh East). Following is the enrollment for each campus or facility:

    chart of enrollment by campus

    Enrollment by College

    IUP’s graduate and undergraduate programs are divided among six colleges. Following is the breakdown of undergraduate and graduate students by college:

    Undergraduate

    chart of undergraduates

    Graduate

    chart of graduates