IUP Health and Medical Resources

  • Community Nutrition Services

    Ackerman Hall, Room 102
    911 South Dr.
    Indiana, PA  15705
    Tel: 724-357-4440
    Website: Community Nutrition Services 

    Services and Description

    • Provide nutrition intervention to the community through counseling, education, and research activities.
    • Evaluate food intake, health status, and blood composition using computerized diet analysis; cholesterol screening; body composition testing, including bioelectrical impedance; and glucose monitoring.
    • Specialized counseling for diabetes control, weight management, cholesterol control, eating disorders, pregnancy, lactation, athletic training, general health and wellness, high blood pressure, and other medical problems that require nutrition intervention.

    Center for Health and Well-Being

    Suites on Maple East
    901 Maple St.
    Indiana, PA 15705
    Phone: 724-357-2550 (Patient Information)
    Phone: 724-357-6475 (Administration)
    Fax: 724-357-6212
    E-mail: health-inquiry@iup.edu
    Website: University Health Service 

    Services and Description

    • General visits and special services, including emergency contraception, STD testing, allergy injections, meningitis vaccinations, physicals, and medications

    IUP Health and Wellness Promotion

    Suites on Maple East, Suite G-59
    901 Maple St.
    Indiana, PA 15705
    Tel: 724-357-4799
    Fax:  724-357-4457
    E-mail: health-wellness@iup.edu
    Website: Health and Wellness Promotion 

    Services and Description

    •  Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
      • Twenty-first birthday campaign—free birthday bags for students turning twenty-one
      • Peer education programs on college health issues
      • Resource library stocked with books, health-related teaching aids, videos, and magazines that can be borrowed by students or faculty
      • Free pamphlets and posters on many health-related topics
      • Individual consultation and referrals for students on topics that include alcohol, drugs, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, contraception, eating disorders, etc.
      • Campus-wide Health and Wellness Promotion campaigns
      • “Take 5” programs: Offered in residence halls on a biweekly basis to educate students on a variety of health issues.
    • Health and Wellness Promotion Peer Educators
      • Health and Wellness Promotion peers are undergraduate students from many backgrounds and majors who strive to educate the IUP community about college health issues. Peers receive extensive training that prepares them to present educational programs about college health and wellness.
      • Peer educators organize, plan, and implement various Health and Wellness Promotion programs throughout the year. Peer educators share their knowledge with students through our “Take 5” program, where they go into the residence halls on a biweekly basis to educate students on various health issues. They also write Stahl News, a weekly publication that educates students on many health topics.